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Thousands of People Claming on the Beaches of Xiamen China
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Exploring the beaches of Island Woman – Explorando las playas de Isla Muejres.
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Why should Dr. Beach have all the fun? While his famous best beaches in the U.S. list for 2014 won’t come out until Memorial Day weekend, the folks over at TripAdvisor have corralled their user reviews to come out with their second annual Travelers’ Choice Awards including the Top 25 Beaches, not only in the U.S., but for the world.

The site trumpets the awards with the tagline, “Millions of reviews. Nothing but the best.”

For 2014, Florida’s beaches shone bright again, with 10 of its sandy destinations ranking among the top 25 in the U.S.

Hawaii, which also had 10 of the top 25, has a stranglehold on the top 10 though, with seven beaches represented, while Florida had two and South Carolina had one. Four other states had one beach each in the top 25: California, Maine, Massachusetts and Virginia.

The top beach for Florida was Siesta Key Public Beach in Siesta Key, near Sarasota, coming in at No. 3 overall. Siesta Beach was Dr. Beach’s best beach in the U.S. in 2011.

It has 1,831 reviews on TripAdvisor with glowing statements such as that from user TrishaVanCole from Winnipeg, Canada who writes, “We made a day trip to Siesta Key — and it is definitely worth the trip. The sand is blindingly white (without sunglasses) and powder soft. The beach is clean and the water stays fairly shallow for a ways out. Lots of fun picking shells, playing in the surf and building in the sand and people watching.”

Florida’s other top 10 beach ranked No. 9: St. Pete Beach near Tampa Bay.

It has 754 reviews such as user Nathalie R from Kapuskasing, Canada who writes, “Beach was very clean and beautiful. Environment was very family-friendly and “spring-break free”. We will surely recommend the area to our family and friends and will return for future family vacations. The area truly is America’s best beach.”

The other Florida beaches in the top 25 are: No. 11: Caladesi Island State Park, Dunedin No. 14: St. Augustine Beach, Saint Augustine Beach No. 17: Bahia Honda State Park and Beach, Big Pine Key No. 19: Pensacola Beach, Pensacola No. 20: Beach at Panama City, Panama City Beach No. 21: Clearwater Beach, Clearwater No. 22: Lido Beach, Sarasota No. 25: Navarre Beach, Navarre

So statewide, five of the best beaches are centered on the Gulf Coast near Tampa Bay, while three are along the Gulf Coast in the Panhandle. The East Coast lands one and the Florida Keys land the other.

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It’s summertime, and the living is miserable.

If you want relief from oppressive heat and humidity, think of how your fur-coat-clad best friend feels. So where can you take a hot hound to cool off?

Algiers Beach in Gulfside City Park on Sanibel Island was just named one of the top eight dog beaches in the country by, a commercial and educational website. It was the only Florida beach named to the list, though like most dog beaches you are required to keep your pooch on a leash at all times.

“There are so many things here that are accessible to dogs and dog owners,” says Lee Rose of the Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau. “We have several hotel properties that accept dogs, and more and more restaurants are welcoming them as well.”

Great if you don’t mind driving to Sanibel.

If you’re looking for something closer to Orlando, there are other choices.

Lake Baldwin Park

The place formerly known as Fleet Peeples Park isn’t a true beach in the sand and surf sense. But it one of the rare places among Central Florida parks where dogs can swim. You’ll find doggy drinking fountains, a dog-wash area and a fenced small-dog area.

Most days you’ll also find Winter Park retiree Wesley Hunt and her two 9-year-old rescues, a golden retriever and Brittany spaniel mix. “My dogs love the water,” she says. “I think the park is a real treasure.”

Smyrna Dunes Park

Best beaches for dogs? Here are several

It’s February, that romantic time of the year when pitchers and catchers report for spring training and, uh, what’s that?

Oh, of course, it’s also time for Valentine’s Day.

If watching baseball players stretch and field ground balls isn’t the best idea for a romantic couple’s getaway, there are plenty of other options in the Sunshine State.

Here’s a quick roundup of winning destinations. Play your cards right now, guys, and there might be a couple’s spring training game in your future.

Anna Maria Island ( Perhaps nowhere on the planet are sunsets celebrated with such reverence as Anna Maria Island, where the dimming of the day inspires bell-ringing and spontaneous applause. This seven-mile stretch of barrier island on the Gulf Coast, about 20 miles west of Bradenton, is a slow-moving haven for bicycling, parasailing, ice-cream eating and horizon gazing.

Key West ( You want romance? The courtyard at Ernest Hemingway’s Home and Museum is an eternally popular wedding spot, even though the author’s own romantic life wasn’t without its bumps. And there’s also the potential for memorable sunsets at Mallory Square, where the sunset is celebrated by an array of street performers and musicians.

St. Augustine ( The history that extends from Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon’s landing on the peninsula’s east coast more than 500 years ago makes an impressive backdrop for romance. St. Augustine Beach is a short drive from the dining and shopping in the Colonial Quarter as well as historic attractions such as the Castillo de San Marcos. After dark, one of the many ghost tours also can be surprisingly romantic.

The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel ( Sunsets also are a highlight on these Gulf Coast beaches, where visitors can blend history (The Edison and Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers) with inviting stretches of white-sand beaches. Although Sanibel and Captiva have been developed a bit in recent decades, there are still unspoiled beaches perfect for building mansions of sand or toting a bucket to fill with Atlantic kitten paws, angel wings and other trinkets. At Bowman’s Beach or Blind Pass, it’s still possible to look around and feel wondrously, romantically secluded.

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Sep 192014

Shandon James – Beaches
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Sep 192014

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To my buddy Duncan… I took him to all the beaches nearby my area for the last time.
A last walk with my buddy Duncan visiting all his favourite places.

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Regional News of Friday, 19 September 2014

Source: Graphic Online

Sanitation has become a major problem in Ghana in recent times. Many reasons have been assigned for the insanitary conditions that have engulfed virtually every community in the country. Our general reliance on polythene bags for packaging of food and all kinds of merchandise has compounded the problems because materials used for the production of these bags are not bio-degradable.

Despite the campaign launched by the NshoreNa Project this year to clean the beaches the metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies appear not to be up to the task although they have laws that spell out sanctions against deviants.

By law, all landlords are required to provide places of convenience in their houses but they do not, resulting in extreme pressure on public facilities. Residents who cannot stand the long queues at these public places of convenience defecate in open places and along the beaches.

The situation has become so grave that a phenomenon has emerged among city dwellers who do not have access to places of convenience to defecate in polythene bags which they sarcastically call take away which they throw about.

Residents along the beaches in Ghana have given various reasons why they defecate along the beaches. While some say they enjoy the breeze, others say they do not have any place to attend to the call of nature.

Another group of residents along the beach particularly in the Central Region have assigned superstitious reasons. Whatever the case may be, environmental practitioners and health professionals have attributed the present cholera epidemic to open defecation particularly along the beaches. This negative practice is also affecting tourism in the country as the stench from the faeces has affected the serenity along the beaches.

The garbage that are thrown into open drains that are washed into the sea and the open defecation have reduced the patronage of recreational activities on the beaches from Half Assini to Aflao. Those who continue to enjoy the fun are not spared the stench from faeces and garbage washed into the sea.

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Sep 192014

South West beach the worst

Plastic is endangering marine and birdlife along South West beaches, according to a report from the CSIRO released this week.

The research into the amount of litter on beaches around Australia pinpointed a South West beach as the worst in the State for the amount of rubbish collected on it.

Researchers from the CSIRO visited 170 sites and did 575 surveys around the country to measure the amount and type of litter.

CSIRO scientist Denise Hardesty said the litter problem typically became worse, when compared to population density, on stretches that had few people living nearby.

Beaches, like Bunburys Back Beach, were often cared for by members of the community who used it regularly, Dr Hardesty said.

The worst beach in the State for litter was Ellensbrook Beach near Margaret River and the best was 80 Mile Beach in Broome.

Dr Hardesty said people liked to think the litter was washing onto shores from other countries, but the reality was most of it originated in Australia.

She said the biggest issue they saw was from plastics and fishing gear.

Soft plastics like bags were often eaten by animals such as turtles, whales and dolphins and the same animals also became entangled in fishing lines and nets.

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Published: Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 6:50 p.m. Last Modified: Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 10:28 p.m.

The International Coastal Cleanup will take place Saturday along coastal beaches and the Intracoastal Waterway, and many participants may follow up those efforts with a climate protest.

Volunteers with the cleanup, an annual event sponsored by the Ocean Conservancy, will gather at two dozen staging areas throughout Volusia and Flagler counties beginning at 8 a.m. Armed with bags, gloves, theyll fan out along beaches, parks and river shorelines.

County officials are coordinating this years cleanup in Volusia County. In Flagler, Friends of the A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway are coordinating efforts.

After the cleanup winds down, local supporters of the international Peoples Climate March will gather at 11:30 a.m. at SunSplash Park in Daytona Beach for a march on the beach to bring attention to pressing concerns about the hazards of sea level rise as a result of global warming, said Elizabeth Camarota, with the Volusia Flagler Sierra Club Executive Committee.

The local march is one of roughly 2,000 satellite events for a much larger gathering taking place Sunday in New York City expected to draw hundreds of thousands, Camarota said.

For more information about the coastal cleanup in Volusia, contact Stacey Bell at or 386-238-4716. In Flagler, contact .. Online, go to

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Reflective Vlog on 2 Kiwi Beaches for a Positive Healing Moving On with Cancer Recovery Dunedin NZ
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Park Point beaches on the receiving end of deadly rip currents

Duluth, MN ( — Multiple Park Point beaches are under a red flag warning until 10 a.m. Thursday.

This means that wind and/or wave conditions are creating deadly rip currents which are a threat to anyone who enter the water – regardless of your swimming experience.

The Duluth Fire Departments asks for everyone to stay out of the water. There will be red flags posted warning people at 12th St beach, Lafayette Square and Park Point beaches.

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Sep 172014

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