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You’re just a few blocks from the Queen’s Staircase, tucked away at a table in a corner of a colonial mansion in Old Nassau, when the spread arrives.

Cookies and pastries, house-made bonbons; trays of miniature sandwiches, cucumber; salmon; a box of refined Mighty Leaf teas, from tropical green to Earl Grey.

This is afternoon tea at the Graycliff Hotel and Restaurant in Nassau, and it’s about as civilized a way to spend an afternoon as you’ll ever find.

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Despite needing time to to recover from an onslaught of hurricanes last fall, the Caribbean hosted more than 30 million tourists in 2017—a record—and it's ready for more. Consider this your cultural calendar for the region; we'd happily book a flight to attend any of the food festivals, regattas, or Hamilton performances. Book a trip that does some good. All you have to do? Show up and spend your tourist dollars.

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The world’s first citizenship by investment programme (CIP) in St Kitts and Nevis has launched a new fund — the Sustainable Growth Fund — to boost investment in the Caribbean nation.

Touted as the “Platinum Standard” in an accelerating industry, the St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment programme has long been considered a forerunner in the industry, known for its rigid and robust processes and vetting procedures.

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