Thursday, May 27, 2010

Monday, May 24, 2010

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

More To Miami

Don't want to spend ALL your time in Miami at the clubs? You may consider visiting Calle Ocho (8th Street) where there is a plethera of caribbean cuisine and culture. Cafe Versailles is an iconic eatery and gathering spot. If you simply want dessert and cuban coffee or full meal, this is the place to be. For an affordable Dominican meal visit Merengue Cafe at 2901 SW 8th Street. Stop by Little Havana To-Go, the areas official souvenir store, to purchase a trinket or two. Pick up a copy of Miami-Dade Calle Ocho newsletter to see whats happening in the area during your visit.

South Beach is just as exciting during the day! Tour the historic deco hotels and fascinating neighborhoods, take the boat tour to view the homes of the rich and famous, see the fabulous sand castles being built on the beach. You can click on for info from the Miami Convention & Tourism Bureau.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


1. Anegada
2. Les Saintes

Everyone loves a little slice of island paradise! You're often forced to share your stretch of sand with countless others in search of a little R&R. While you may have to work a bit harder and travel a bit longer to get to these, you'll be rewarded with deserted beaches, fascinating culture, exotic cuisine and the satisfaction of "discovering" a fabulous off-the-beaten-path island destination. According to Yahoo! Travel
A small airport and ferry service makes getting here from one of the other British Virgin Islands fairly easy, but Anegada still feels a world away. The only coral island in the volcanic BVI chain and surrounded by the largest coral barrier reef in the caribbean, this island is a haven for beach bums. Feast on local lobster-rumored to be the best in the caribbean- and rest your head at one of the islands few hotels and quaint guesthouses.
Les Saintes is a spectacular cluster of eight undiscovered islands situated just off the coast of Guadeloupe and accessible only by ferry or private yacht. It is the essence of French west Indies life-without crowds, to boot. Terre-de-Haut is the most appealing of them all, with its attractive beaches, creole cuisine and laid-back French speaking locals. It also has the most options for overnight accomodations. Enjoy the powdery white sands of the palm-lined Plage de Pompierre. Rent a golf cart to get around (not many cars here) and zip to a different beach at dawn, midday or dusk.

Friday, May 07, 2010

A Favorite Fantasy

Wesley is a brazilian who has starred in both hetero and gay adult films. His work is passionate and it is amazing how he has worked both sides simultateously. Something rarely, if ever, done in the US.

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Sports Lovers

For all you lovers of basketball and fine Dominican men, rejoice! Al Horford and the Atlanta Hawks have made it to the NBA semi-finals which begin tonight against the Orlando Magic.