The Caribbean usually conjures up images of pristine beaches, crystal blue water and the even bluer skies. One does not think of volcanoes. But St. Kitts has a (dormant) volcano in Mt. Liamuiga (Mt. Misery). The effect of prior activity can be seen on the north east side of the island. The beaches are filled with volcanic rock and the sand itself is black in color from those rocks getting pounded by big waves for centuries.
One of the lasting legacies of British Empire has been the railways they always built in their colonies. Even for a tiny island like St. Kitts, there is a railway that used to take sugarcane to the processing factories in Basseterre.
Now, I believe this is the only surviving railway that operates a train. Only for tourism purposes though. It is still narrow gauge!!