This week, Peter Greenberg Worldwide, comes from Calabash Cove Resort and Spa hotel in Saint Lucia. Joining Peter is Prime Minister of Saint Lucia Allen Chastanet, who explains how village tourism allows Saint Lucia’s visitors to immerse into the culture and have a true and genuine experience of the island. He also outlines how the locals haven’t fairly benefited from tourism yet and what should be done about it. Peter gives a special report on the 40th anniversary of one of America’s worst airline crashes — and what we’ve learned from it, both in terms of aviation safety and…journalism. Guy Ellis, author of A History of St Lucia, has an update on the island. Then, Carolyn Spencer Brown, Editor-at-Large for CruiseCritic.com, shares how last year’s hurricanes forced the Caribbean islands to renovate, and most of that news is good. And Patrick Smith, (AskThePilot.com), discusses the recent Sea-Tac Airport incident involving an employee who stole and crashed a plane. There’s all this and more as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from Calabash Cove Resort and Spa Hotel in Saint Lucia.
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