Caño Island and Coiba Island

The Eastern Pacific Ocean of Central America, teems with marine diversity. A live-aboard-yacht adventure to Caño Island (Costa Rica) and Coiba Island (Panama), offers a short but potent double dose of fun and incredible encounters with so many species.

Cuba Ready, Flying to Cuba on American Airlines, Blue magazine, Solomon Baksh

Travel to Cuba

A simple and fast procedure by Solomon Baksh As new travel restrictions have been enforced on Cuba,…

5 Scary, creepy, not-so-pretty Fish

by Sandra Baksh In the depths of the ocean, it’s easy to fall in love with so…

Solomon Baksh, Blue magazine, Painted tunicate, gill net, purple siphon rim, spotted tunic, marine invertebrate, Caribbean tunicate, compound tunicates, Quebrada dive site, Long Caye Belize, Clavelina picta

Tunicates…simple animals with terrific structure

Taxonomy of species is particularly complex. Many of us know the animal kingdom as divided simply into…

Bequia island, view of three bays in Bequia, St. Vincent and The Grenadines, SVG, Spring Bay, Industry Bay, Park Bay, Sal Bay, Brute Point, East Coast of Bequia, Blue magazine, Sandra Baksh

Bequia—three breathtaking bays

by Sandra Baksh Bequia is a tiny island, with a population of about 1,400, in the Eastern…

Galápagos Islands, Santa Fé land iguana, Conolophus pallidus, yellow iguana, Solomon Baksh, Blue magazine, Sandra Baksh

Galápagos Islands, Santa Fé land iguana

Of the three species of land iguana in the Galápagos...
El Capitolio, Havana, Cuba, Blue magazine, Solomon Baksh, Paseo de Martí, Prado

El Capitolio, Havana, Cuba

El Capitolio (the National Capitol) in Havana, is almost a...
Classic American cars, Havana, Cuba, 1957 Dodge Coronet, 1958 Chevrolet Impala convertible, white-walled tires,

Classic cars in Havana, Cuba

“There are probably more vintage cars in Cuba than all...