Saba, one of ten underrated Caribbean Islands our travel agent encouraged us to explore, is only five square miles.
The rocky shore persuaded Christopher Columbus not to bother stopping there when he sighted it in 1493. Pirates, on the other hand, found that quality to be Saba’s most favorable trait.
This post is one in a series of short posts including the number 10 in the first sentence, a requirement of the San Diego Writers and Editors Guild anthology submission in 2021.
Image credit: Photo of Saba, Caribbean Netherlands by Julian B. Sölter on Unsplash
2 thoughts on “C is for Ten in the Caribbean”
I’ve never heard of Saba. Thanks for introducing me. I’ll check it out.
Thanks for the comment, Leslie. One of my employees in Barbados came from Saba. That’s where I really heard about it.