Bathsheba’s Beach and Soup Bowl

They named it Bathsheba Beach, after the beautiful Queen Bathsheba, wife of King David in the Bible. Bathsheba's Beach and Soup Bowl Stopping by on a windy, rainy day, the beach had a gloomy ambiance but it didn't stop people from wading in the shallow part of the beach. The foaming…

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Marigot Bay, Saint Martin

Beautiful day at the bay, with boats out in the lagoon.  Marigot is located on the west coast of St. Martin, the French side of the island. A few steps away from this beautiful bay is one of the most famous attractions near the bay is the Marigot Market, typically like your…

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Here comes the plane!

heck out one of the scariest airports in the world where planes fly so dangerously low over people’s heads, yet it has become an attraction drawing tourists from all over the world. Some time ago I and my travel buddy joined an eager crowd at Maho Beach where the most spectacular…

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Barbados quickie highlights

The Speightstown Esplanade is one of the most popular spots in Speightstown, Barbados. Far away in the eastern Caribbean is the island of Barbados, a tropical gem surrounded by turquoise waters and pristine white sand beaches that makes you think everything is photoshopped. If it’s your first time to visit and…

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One day in a Mexican village

ONE of the best ways to experience Mexican culture is to skip the tourist traps and popular tourist destinations and roam around a rural village even just for a day. Let’s put a village of Limones, a town in Costa Maya, Mexico in the spotlight. You can fly to Cancun and…

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Frigate Bay, St. Kitts

Picturesque landscape of Frigate bay with mountains looming at St. Kitts, Caribbean Islands Frigate Bay in Saint Kitts & Nevis is a scenic oceanfront inlet boasting of stretches of golden sandy shores, clear blue waters, and incredibly breath-stopping views. Frigate Bay is actually two bays close together located in the southeast…

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Costa Maya, Mexico

Turquoise waters along the coast of Costa Maya, Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.Costa Maya is a stretch of Caribbean coast on the eastern part of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. As the only state in Mexico bounded by the Caribbean ocean, it is a popular stopover port for numerous cruise lines. Costa Maya's beautiful…

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