Featured Travel Articles
Bahamas – Long Island What comes to mind when you think of the Bahamas? Luxurious resorts? Stunning white beaches? Tropical drinks dressed with cute little umbrellas? Me too! Not sure about you, but I’m long overdue for this kind of pampering. And in embracing the philosophy that self-care rejuvenates the soul, I’m in search of the perfect place that will replenish mine!
“Welcome to the Real Bahamas!” A number of locals greet me this way, but I’m really not sure what they mean. I’ve just come from the country’s capital, Nassau, and the adjacent Paradise Island. And if these two hot spots aren’t truly Bahamian, then what is?
Long Island, located in Bahamas Southern Out Islands, is as peaceful and secluded an oasis as you’ll ever find. And here, overlooking one of the world’s top ten beaches is Cape Santa Maria Beach Resort-my sanctuary for the next all too few days…read more
Palau Japanese bentos, spicy Asian, all-American; Palau’s multi-ethnic cuisine is pleasing to any foodie’s palate and is a direct offshoot of this tiny nation’s culture and past. The lush North Pacific archipelago, located between the Philippines and Guam, has seen its share of dictators. It was ruled by Spain in 1686, bought by Germany in 1899, sold to Japan in 1914 and won by the United States after WWII. Finally on October 1, 1994, it gained independence and became a free nation. Although it’s enough to make your head spin, coming out of this political game of pass the hot Palauan potato is a culinary line-up that offers a lot more than just spuds. And during our week-long stay, we have the opportunity to sample the fusion of flavours. Here are a few of the recommended eateries…read more about Palau
Cruises To cruise or not to cruise – that’s a question many of our middle-age friends are asking as they consider ways to spend their vacation time and hard-earned money. A lot of people have one of two images – the Party Animal Special with 20-somethings being rowdy and stupid, or the God’s Waiting Room cruise with a demographic roughly equivalent to your local Senior Center.
Yasawa Islands – Fiji Backpackers and Billioinaires It used to be that backpacking trips to Fiji involved a bus ride from Nadi to Suva, then a ferry to somewhere like Ovalau, Savusavu, Taveuni or Kadavu. No more. These days young budget travelers are lining up to go to the Yasawa Islands, a chain of 16 large volcanic islands and dozens of smaller ones roughly 35 km off the west coast of Viti Levu. The dazzling white beaches, clear warm waters, colorful coral reefs, and sunny dry climate make the Yasawa Group an ideal tourist destination…read more about Yasawa Islands Fiji >>
See the original post: