Bahamas Vacation Resort for Fishing and Relaxing

Bahamas Vacation Resort for Fishing and Relaxing

Chez Pierre is a Bahamas vacation resort with colorful character and a laid-back appeal. This small Bahamas getaway sits on the west side of Long Island, one of the lesser developed of the Bahamas resort islands with just 3,000 year round residents. Travelers to Chez Pierre can relax on the beach, swim, kayak and even bonefish within feet of their cabins. More...

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Delhi Museums, Culture in Indian Capital
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, March 5th, 2019
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Delhi Museums, Culture in Indian Capital

When New Delhi emerged in all its colonial grandeur, there wasn’t a museum in sight but things have changed. Art galleries and museums have mushroomed over the past decades, attracting culture fans from all over More...

Cruise, Caribbean, Mexico
By Paul Linus On Saturday, February 9th, 2019
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What to Pack to Cruise the Caribbean or Mexico

Cruise ships and their ports-of-call along the Mexican Riviera and Caribbean provide a wide range of fun for vacationers following the winter sun. While cruise line forums and other tip lists are available to point More...

Endangered and Threatened Species on Sanibel, FL
By Paul Linus On Thursday, February 7th, 2019
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Endangered and Threatened Species on Sanibel, FL

Sanibel is one of a string of subtropical barrier islands on Florida’s lush Gulf Coast. Although the island is a bustling tourist resort, over 6,000 acres are set aside for wildlife in the J. N. “Ding” Darling More...

How to, Cruise, Holiday
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, February 5th, 2019
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How to Prepare for a First Cruise Holiday

Before beginning to pack for a first cruise vacation, there are many details to consider and decisions to make. Checking off three more details up front will help travelers prepare for a worry-free first cruise. Update More...

White Nights Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia
By Paul Linus On Monday, January 28th, 2019
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White Nights Festival – St. Petersburg, Russia

Formally known as the Stars of the White Nights Festival, this three month international gathering features a series of classical ballet, opera and musical events Activities include performances by Russian dancers, More...

Exploring Ladakh In The Indian Himalayas
By Paul Linus On Wednesday, November 21st, 2018
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Exploring Ladakh In The Indian Himalayas

One can’t get further north in India than Ladakh, and getting here means travelling on some of the world’s highest motorable roads. Ladakh is less populated than the rest of the country, and here it More...

MIdnight Xmas mass at Saligao
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, November 20th, 2018
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Goa’s Beaches Are a Popular Destination for a Christmas in India

Christmas is celebrated in many parts of India, but the biggest celebrations are in Goa. Goa’s history as a Portuguese colony means that there is a large Roman Catholic community in Goa, and Christmas celebrations More...

Delhi Monuments, Indian Heritage & Architecture
By Paul Linus On Sunday, November 11th, 2018
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Delhi Monuments, Indian Heritage & Architecture

From the 12th century onwards, domes, minarets, delicate arches and spacious courtyards became part of the landscape, using red sandstone as the main material and later incorporating marble. Best examples of ancient More...

Langkawi, Malaysia's Legendary Islands
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, October 30th, 2018
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Langkawi, Malaysia’s Legendary Islands

Langkawi’s beaches are renowned, not just among serious travelers, but among local Malaysians as well – they are simply Malaysia’s best. Most of the 99 islands are uninhabited but a few have been developed More...