NEW YORK — When you’re in the Caribbean, it’s easy to get confused.

It’s easy for your tongue to slip into other languages when it comes to the words that you hear on the radio, the TV shows, the movies and even in your local grocery store.

But when it’s time to get out to the ocean, you’re probably not familiar with the words.

That’s because of the region of the Caribbean called the Bicol, which is home to some of the world’s most exotic fish and other marine life.

There are several Bicol islands.

The most recent one, known as La Rota, is a large island that stretches about 200 miles across the Atlantic Ocean and is one of the largest coral reefs in the world.

The other two, St. Martin and St. Helena, are smaller islands with about 60 miles of coastline and about two dozen miles of coral reefs.

St. Martin is home of some of New York’s most endangered fish, including the endangered bullhead shark, the endangered sea turtle and the rare blue fin tuna.

The shark, which lives in the deep ocean, has been threatened with extinction for many years.

As for the other reefs, St George, St Martin and Saint Helena are home to several species of dolphins, and there are even rare birds.

The Bicol has a diverse coastline, with islands like St. Mary and St Martin as well as the islands of St. Thomas, St Martins and St Thomas, where you’ll find coral reefs, and some of those reefs are so remote that even the closest fish to land cannot spot them.

So it’s not surprising that some people can get confused by the names of the Bols.

Bols are native to the Borneo region of Southeast Asia.

They have a long history of use in the region and even some European nations, but the first use of the word Bols was in the 19th century, according to the Smithsonian Institution.

In the early 20th century Bols became a popular term to describe the Caribbean region, especially in the North, where it was also used to describe all of the island nations of the Western Hemisphere, the Smithsonian says.

Over the years the term was shortened and used in the United States, Australia and New Zealand, according the Smithsonian.

And in the early 1980s, the term Bols came to be used to refer to the entire region of Caribbean nations, including Jamaica, which has its own Bols-language Wikipedia page.

According to the British Museum, Bols were first used in Europe in the 17th century.

By the 19 and 20th centuries they were used throughout the Americas, and are still in use in many parts of the United Kingdom and Ireland, as well in Australia and the Caribbean islands.

For centuries the Bol has been a staple food in the Bologna region of Italy, where the fish was eaten as a condiment and also as a traditional medicine, the museum says.

For centuries the fish has been part of the diet of many people of Bolognese, but for some, including some in the royal family, it was an obsession, according a statement from the British museum.

“They wanted to preserve the tradition of Bols and to make it as healthy as possible,” the statement said.

“For many Bolognas, BOLs were a source of pride and pride in their heritage.”

Although the word “Bol” originated in the 18th century as a nickname for a Bolognian merchant who was known to trade in fish, it has since come to mean a number of things, including one that is also often used to denote an African slave: Black Africans.

Its origin is the Black-headed Gull, a large black bird that is a symbol of black Africans, and the Black Gull was used as a symbol for African slaves, according one of its origins.

Today it is the most common bird in the Americas and is the first bird to be brought into Europe from Africa, according both the Smithsonian and the Museum of Natural History.

It is not just Bols that have gotten a bad rap.

The name “Bols” has been used as the epithet for African Americans, but that was a racist term and the term “Black American” was originally used as an insult against black people, according several sources in the media.

Black Americans were not allowed to vote in the U.S. until 1948, but they continued to be disenfranchised until 1970, when the Supreme Court ruled that states could pass laws that discriminated against blacks, according an online source for the story.

Since then, Black Americans have been a major political force in the country, especially as the Democratic Party became the dominant party in the nation.