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Cap Juluca In Anguilla

»Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 in Travel Tips | 0 comments

Cap Juluca In Anguilla

Caribbean Cap Juluca In Anguilla Cap Juluca is an exclusive Caribbean hotel that is located to the southwest coast of Anguilla, of the British Virgin Islands. The resort is set on 179 tranquil acres, and surrounded by white sandy beaches, palm trees, and water so clear that you can see to the bottom. Guests of the Cap Juluca resort are accommodated in 18 beachfront style villas which will house no more than six rooms each. The rooms measure at least 700 square feet in size and feature large marble bathrooms, white tile floors, and louvered doors which will open wide to let in the cool sea breezes. During the morning, guests can enjoy complimentary continental breakfast which is served on their own private terrace. The Cap Juluca also offers six pool villas...

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Family Beach Vacation In Maui

»Posted by on Nov 16, 2017 in Travel Tips | 0 comments

Family Beach Vacation In Maui Located on the southwest side of Maui, the Fairmont Kea Lani Maui overlooks the amazing waters off of Polo Beach. The beach here is the center of all water activities such as snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, and even windsurfing. Visitors here can play on any of the Wailea Golf Club’s three championship golf courses or enjoy a game of tennis at any of the 14 courts the tennis center offers. Parents that are tired can get some much deserved personal time with a massage at the Spa Kea Lani. The resort accommodations are either suites or villas, so there is no need to squeeze your entire family into a tiny room. There suites here are a minumum of 840 square feet and offer a separate living room and marble bathroom with a...

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Caneel Bay

»Posted by on Nov 15, 2017 in Travel Tips | 0 comments

Caneel Bay

Caneel Bay Caneel Bay of the Caribbean offers what every beach vacation should – beautiful surroundings, luxury service, and gourmet dining. This exclusive beach resort is nestled within the 5,000 acre Virgin Islands National Park on the island of St. John in the Virgin Islands. Ideal for beach lovers, Caneel Bay offers seven secluded beaches – Honeymoon Beach, Caneel Beach, Little Caneel Beach, Paradise Beach, Scott Beach, Turtle Bay Beach, and the Hawk’s Nest Beach. The resort is set on its own peninsula and also surrounded by both the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. There are many different things to do here while on your beach vacation, including snorkeling, nature walks, hiking, sailing, kayaking in the sea, wind surfing, scuba diving,...

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Aspen Nightlife and the Altitude

»Posted by on Nov 11, 2017 in Travel Tips | 0 comments

Aspen Nightlife and the Altitude

Aspen Nightlife and the Altitude There is more to do in Aspen than ski! The Aspen nightlife is like nothing you will experience elsewhere. The warmth and camaraderie of all of the skiers, from all of the different lodges is quite special, and remarkable. You will have a good time in Aspen, no matter what you choose to do, but there is one thing that you should be very aware of before you start your party – the altitude. Aspen sits about 8000 feet above sea level. Unless you live in a high altitude area, you will need to adjust to this altitude. You may find yourself feeling dizzy or light headed, and you may even find it a bit difficult to breath. Altitude Sickness is a serious problem, and if your symptoms become extreme, you should seek medical attention. If...

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Hamoa Beach Vacation Paradise

»Posted by on Nov 10, 2017 in Travel Tips | 0 comments

Hamoa Beach Vacation Paradise

Hamoa Beach Vacation Paradise The black sand of Hamoa Beach is one of the best beaches on Maui. The water isn’t too rough, there are no rocks in the surf, the crowds are minimal, and the nearby scenery is amazing. For a beach vacation, Hamoa Beach is tough to beat. Hamoa Beach is about a five to ten minute drive from the town of Hana. The drive is easy to make, with lots of great scenery along the way. There isn’t a parking lot, so you’ll need to park on the side of the road and walk down the steps to the beach. Parking isn’t normally a problem because the beach is never crowded. There is a beach hut on Hamoa Beach that rents body boards, snorkeling equipment, and even gives out towels to guests of the Hotel Hana Maui. There are also...

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