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Eleuthera
Eleuthera, graced with beautiful pink and white sand beaches, endless opportunities for snorkeling and diving, an invitingly temperate climate and friendly people, is the perfect Bahamian island for intrepid explorers and casual travelers alike. Read more...
 
 
Ireland
Ireland, just the mention conjures up visions of rolling green hills dotted with sheep, towering castles, and a pint full of Guinness in a cozy corner pub—add to that collage images of tweed capped Irishmen, thatched roof cottages, jagged sea cliffs and megalithic tombs and you have the perfect picture of the Emerald Isle. Read more...
 
 
Aruba
Aruba, the smallest of the ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao), beckons to sun worshippers, wind surfers, snorkelers, and honeymooners—with each in tow, our group of twelve set off to enjoy one of the Caribbean’s most popular destinations. Read more...
 
 
Curacao
Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao, also known as the “ABC” islands or the Netherland Antilles, line up east to west just off the north coast of Venezuela—each island offering the adventurous traveler a veritable playground of spectacular leeward beaches, pristine underwater reefs, and hiking trails that cross an arid landscape. Read more...
 
 
Puerto Rico
As our quest to see as much as the world as possible continues, we find ourselves in Puerto Rico, destined for the Forts of San Juan, the El Yunque Rainforest, and the small island of Culebra. Read more...
 
 
Florida Manatees
Manatees are curious marine mammals that spend their day eating, sleeping, and playing—the playing part drew us to Central Florida to get a closer look at these shy sea cows. Read more...
 
 
Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman, the largest and most visited of the three islands, is undoubtedly a magnificent vacation destination—highlights such as Seven Mile Beach, Stingray City, Rum Point, the glitzy shopping hub of George Town, and even the depths of Hell keep travelers coming back. Read more...
 
 
Costa Rica
Of the many destinations that we have had the privilege of visiting, Costa Rica—thanks not only to its biodiversity, but also to the kind and open disposition of its people—is a place we would return to in a heartbeat. Read more...
 
 
Baja
Baja was the chance to experience one of the most incredible wildlife encounters on the planet—up-close whale watching in Magdalena Bay, the prime breeding ground for California gray whales. Read more...
 
 
Southern California- A Desert in Bloom
Wildflowers, historic missions, lighthouses, and coastal views drew us to the deserts and maritime communities of California’s southern border Read more...
 
 
Bonaire
Bonaire claims the title of “Diver’s Paradise”—they even say so on their license plates .Read more...
 
 
US Virgin Islands-St John
St John, the smallest and most tranquil of the three United States Virgin Islands, abounds in colorful coral reefs, picture perfect white sand beaches, and turquoise bays Read more...
 
 
Staniel Cay - Exuma Chain - Bahamas
Where in the world is Staniel Cay? Thanks to an obscure article in Budget Traveler we became one of the lucky few to find out. Staniel Cay is located in the amazingly beautiful Exuma Chain of the Bahamas. Read more...
 
 
St Lucia
Lush, mountainous, rugged, beautiful; these are the words most often used to describe St. Lucia. The island paradise beckons to travelers of all varieties, luring the adventurous and the sun worshippers alike. St. Lucia offers the chance to snorkel and/or dive translucent waters where sheltering reefs swarm with tropical fish and abound with healthy coral, or you can relax on a wonderful mix of volcanic black and golden honey sand beaches. Read more...
 
 
San Francisco
San Francisco, California is one of the world’s top travel destinations—famous sights like the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz Island, Postcard Row, and Coit Tower draw millions of visitors annually. It is a city bursting with excitement. Read more...
 
 
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