It’s the question on everyone’s lips which West Indian island is The CaribBorisean on?
With the king over the water planning a return to take power, editors will have dispatched journos to the Windies to get BoJo.
We know, of course, that the former PM is a big fan of the Caribbean.
A Scot’s Mustique
Mustique we know, of course, as being Princess Margaret’s favourite getaway.
And she had a Scot, entrepreneur Colin Tennant to thank, the businessman buying the island in 1958.
And turning it into a playground for the rich and famous.
Which is where Boris Johnson comes in.
And with $100,000 in his pocket from his speaking engagement in Colorado Springs in the US.
It’s where you might expect him to be now.
Mia Casa, tua Casa
Only the smart money as to his whereabouts seems to be is the ‘in’ Caribbean resort Casa de Campo
The Dominican Republic resort has been the go-to destination of Presidents and politicians for years.
And if you found yourself sitting cradling a rum punch across from Bill and Hill and BoJo and Carrie you wouldn’t be surprised.
You’d maybe want the Premier Club then.
Dom from home
Our Dom friends from the Caribbean Road Show tell us:
It is a place for guests to gather in their own exclusive bar and lounge area.
And enjoy best beverages and a unique selection of complimentary canapes and appetisers from their executive chef.
We expect, of course, that BoJo, whose childhood ambition was to be world king, would want to stay in the Presidential suite.
A three-bedroom suite with a private office area and full kitchen.
There’s a separate staff entrance, full dining room table for up to eight and a spacious family room for his spacious family.
Located on the second floor, guests also have the option to have two additional rooms and enjoy the entire floor in privacy.
And the rooms are on sale now for arrivals from 21 December through to December 2024.
Stay where you are
As fans of the Caribbean ourselves and having trod on the same Nylon Beach as Princess Margaret partied in Tobago.
We can see why he would want to take off for the Windies.
And wonder why he would want to swap T-shirts and Bermuda shorts for Aran sweaters and tweed troosers on this cold, drizzly isle.
Whether Britain goes for a new old PM in Boris Johnson or A.N. Other then one thing is for sure.
The CaribBorisean won’t be a stranger to the Casa de Campo in the Dom Rep in the future.
While Rishi Sunak and his wife Ashkanta Murty (she’s disclaimed me somewhere along the line) won’t be welcome.
Despite their hundreds of millions.
Ashkanta is a non-Dom you see.