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Caribbean Beaches Guide – Tamarindo Beach, Costa Rica

gorgeous sunsets to relax by ...Hmm ... what to do at Costa Rica's Tamarindo Beach? Surf, swim or perfect the art of relaxation as you stretch out and soak up the sun on Tamarindo Bay...

Getaways in St. Augustine, Florida

explore historic St. Augustine (image provided by FloridasHistoricCoast.com)Whether your tastes are historic inn’s and fine dining, a beachside condo and long beach walks or being seen at the city’s hot spots, St. Augustine's offers diverse opportunities all within a few miles...

6 Tips to Survive (and Thrive) in Self-Isolation

I see lots of beachy goodness in your futureWe’d like to offer you some travel motivation, both to keep you entertained and to keep your travel dreams developing while you're self-isolating ... 

Las Vegas Day Trip - Lake Mead and the Valley of Fire

an oasis in the desert near Las VegasIf you’re from the north, trees, grasses, lakes and rivers are in vibrant abundance. Not so much in the desertscape of the Mojave Desert – but the mesa’s, washes, canyons, valleys and sand - lots of sand and scrub - offer epic sightlines ...

Florida Beaches Guide - Jensen Beach

Jensen beach is relaxed and walkableJensen Beach has the wonderful benefit that it is not one of those uber-popular beaches crowded and lined with partying boisterousness. It’s a grand stretch of 20 miles of walkable sandy beachfront ... 

A Guide to Celebrating Christmas in the Caribbean

Merry Christmas!I can tell you for certain that there’s nothing quite like waking up to the sound of surf on Christmas morning and spending the day on a white sandy beach staring out at the turquoise ocean while sipping on a pina colada. Talk about blending your favorite Christmas traditions with a beautiful Caribbean vacation ...

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