Beach Travel

Turks & Caicos Is For Snorkelers

Friday, January 30, 2009

Providenciales, the main island in this chain of over 40 that make up the Turks and Caicos Islands, may be feeling some growing pains from its recent expansion into the luxury travel market, but a little economic recession can only mean good things for those looking to take advantage of one of the best spots […]

Top 10 Beaches To Escape To This Winter

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

The Telegraph has come out with their “Top 10 Winter Beach Breaks,” with suggestions ranging from Sri Lanka at #1 to Zanzibar at #10. This, just in time for most people to realize they cannot even begin to afford going to any of these locations this year (see the below posting). But click the above […]

Travel Guide to Cartagena

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Here’s the third and final video from my trip to Colombia: Cartagena. Cartagena is easily one of the most beautiful cities in the world and one of Colombia’s most popular cities to visit. In this video I wander the city’s picturesque “Old Town,” visit a museum dedicated to the city’s history of inquisition and torture, […]

Island Paradise In The Middle Of Nicaragua

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Hop on a short ferry ride from the shores of Lake Nicaragua, Central America’s largest lake, and head to Ometepe, an island formed by two giant volcanoes and one of Nicaragua’s most well-known, but not necessarily most-visited spots (also rumored to be gunning for the 74th spot on the seven natural wonders of the world […]

Where To Find The Best Beaches In Southeast Asia

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The Beach may have given SE Asia’s beaches a bad name (by the way the book is far superior than the crappy Leo movie, which is usually true of any book made into a movie, but in this case it’s just more true) but I can assure you that you’re more likely going to run […]

Top 7 Surf Towns

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Budget Travel has put together list of the top 7 surf towns in the world which, if you’re like me, are all somewhere I’d much rather be now that the it’s getting cold enough that I can nearly see my breath in the air when I get out of bed in the morning (I really […]

Colombia’s Secret Pacific Paradise

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Colombia is roughly twice the size of France, so it comes as no surprise that you can still find a tropical paradise almost nearly untouched by development. The Chocó Department, bordering Panama to the south and stretching from the Caribbean Sea down to the Pacific coastline, is one of Colombia’s most remote but perhaps one […]

Dominica: The Real Caribbean

Monday, September 29, 2008

How the little island of Dominica has embraced its reputation as the “real” Caribbean. By Manda Spring Imagine a unique and unspoiled land, free of pollution and overdevelopment and full of natural beauty. Many of the islands in the vast Eastern Caribbean archipelago display a sense of modernized atmosphere and they are driven by the […]

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