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PUERTO RICOTORTOLAANGUILLA ST. MAARTEN ST. THOMAS ST. CROIXST. KITTS AND NEVIS CROIX ANGUILLA DOMINICA MARTINIQUE ST. LUCIA ST. VINCENT GRENADA TOBAGO TRINIDAD CURAÇAO ANTIGUA BARBADOS GUADELOUPE GUYANA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ROUTES With 22 destinations throughout the Caribbean, LIAT makes exploring the region easy. Hop on and enjoy the ride... 82 lime January - March 2009 Can you guess which of LIAT's destinations this island is? Just 16 miles long and three miles at her widest point, this island's name comes from the Spanish word for eel. This dry and mostly scrubby island is of coral formation, unlike its volcanic neighbours, and boasts 33 white sand beaches. The island celebrates its national day on 30 May. ( Answer on page 88) GUESS WHERE?