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Sailing the Lesser Known Islands of the Caribbean

St. VincentLooking to get away from it all? The Caribbean offers some of the most beautiful waters in the world, and many of us want nothing more than to just be able sail around deserted islands and lie back on an empty beach. But if you’re looking for a sailing holiday in this popular vacation destination, you know you’re not the only one; it’s entirely possible to arrive only to be greeted by throngs of eager yachties. 

To get away from the crowds you don’t have to sail off into dangerous uncharted waters or anchor far out at sea. There are still plenty of islands that offer all the comforts necessary while still staying a bit more off the beaten track.

Visit St. Vincent

Far from being just one island to explore, St. Vincent comes along with the fascinating Grenadine Islands; 32 gorgeous pieces of land rising up out of the azure waters of the Caribbean Sea.

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A Honeymooner’s Guide to Seychelles

Photo Credit: photopinTake it from someone who spent her honeymoon there; it’s all too easy to fall in love with Seychelles. This gorgeous island nation is situated in the Indian Ocean off the eastern coast of Africa and features serene, white sand beaches, incredible views, and the peace and quiet to enjoy it all.

If you’re considering a trip to Seychelles, whether it be for romantic purposes or an unforgettable family vacation, consider hitting up a few of these fabulous destinations.

Mahe Island

Mahe is known for its scenic beaches, lookouts, and gardens. Despite being the favored beach destination for tourists, Anse Intendance isn’t overcrowded and visitors are free to enjoy cocktails in the sand and watch the locals surf without having to wrestle through crowds. However, at times, the waves can be too rough to safely swim.

Petite Anse is another popular beach on the island. This one is more populated but safer to swim, snorkel, or kayak. Both of these beaches are famous for white, powdery sand and picturesque turquoise water.

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Travel Tips To Minimize Potential Troubles In The Coming Holidays

Travel TipsTraveling is considered as a way to remove stress, relax, and unwind.  However, if things do not go the way you expect it to go, it can lead you further into stress and depression. To avoid mishaps, you need to be always in control of the situation and be one step ahead.

The holiday season is fast approaching. Most people tend to go out and have fun in a different country or city because it is the only actual free time from work or school. Families set reunions and trips in order to forge a tighter bond. Through all of these, we want things to be perfect. Planning a fool-proof trip can be really hard, so here are some of the things that you should do to prepare yourself for the best travel experience of your life:

1.    Never leave your city without a medical insurance. Of course, the main goal is to not let anything happen to you. But truth be told, no one holds the future, so it is better to be safe than sorry. If you neglect to do this, you may need to face serious consequences if something bad happens to you. A little accident will cost you a lot in a foreign land.

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5 Reasons You Should Move To The Middle East

The Middle EastWith the various amounts of turmoil going on in the Middle East, many people are hesitant to travel or move there. If you are thinking of relocating, why would this region of the world be a good choice?

Relief Efforts

One of the reasons why you might move is to help other people out. As referred to above, this area has suffered a lot of problems and issues in recent years, and you might work to be involved in some of the relief efforts. You would like go over there with a team if this was your purpose for moving.

A Historical Experience

Truly, the Middle East is a place of great history, and you could learn so much about the people who came before us. For example, you could discover the details of lands long gone away, or you could start studying about the birthplaces of many religions. In fact, you will likely be able to go on tours of some areas that have been considered holy for years upon years. Try to find some tour guides who can really help to deepen your appreciation for this part of the world and enhance your understanding of history overall.

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Traveling Home for the Holidays? 5 Places to See Along the Way

Traveling Home If you're planning a trip home for the holidays, why not take a mini-vacation detour and enjoy some winter fun? These five cities embrace their heavy snowfall and make great cold-weather getaways, so pack your cold-weather gear, put the winter tires on the car and get ready for a great time.

1. Traverse City, MI.

With an average of over 100" of snowfall each year, Traverse City is a great place for skiers and snowboarders. There are three ski areas with slopes for all skill levels. The quaint downtown area has gorgeous views of Lake Michigan and charming independent restaurants and shops. For beer lovers, Traverse City is home to nine microbreweries, craft beer taprooms and gastro pubs and was named by Draft magazine as an "Emerging Beer Town."

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Six Places to Make Sure You Visit in the Next Year

Sometimes you just need to pack up and get out of town. Fortunately for us, this great nation of ours is home to some pretty amazing travel destinations. Spending your next vacation on American soil does not mean sacrificing stunning scenery or opportunities for adventure. The following are just a handful of breathtaking spots, located right here in the United States, to add to your getaway list.

Mackinac Island, Michigan

Minutes away from the Canadian border, this Northern Michigan island is one of a kind; the word "unique" doesn't do it justice. There are no cars allowed, so pack your walking shoes. Bikes, horses, and fudge are the language of Mackinac. Enjoy lunch and a tour of The Grand Hotel, built in 1887. A truly magnificent place to behold, you won't leave disappointed.

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