Conclusion. A visit to Montserrat, which is rebuilding from a volcanic eruption in the 1990s, includes a tour of the noted (and now derelict) Air Studios with its owner, Beatles producer George Martin. Other stops include Grenada and the Bahamas. Also: an island on sale for $400,000.
Part 2 of 3. A tour of Musha Cay with its owner, magician David Copperfield, highlights a Houdini museum and a sandbar of pure-white sand that appears for just four hours. Also: a Jamaica visit stops at a prison in Kingston that's the temporary home for many British women serving sentences for drug smuggling; a Barbados trip spotlights building magnate Charles Williams and his pet pig.