Posts Tagged‘surfing’

Carlsbad, California is a coastal seaside resort community nestled between San Diego and Los Angeles. Travelers who want a quieter destination within reach of big city attractions will find “The Village by the Sea” a…

white sand beach in Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is famous for being a sun-drenched beach destination – but there’s so much more going on than that alone. Its mountain ranges and national parks make it ideal for adventure, while cities…

SUP in Miami

While Miami Beach might not be known for its traditional surfing as the Bahamas break the big curlers before they reach the shore, SUP, or Stand Up Paddle Boarding makes a great alternative to satiate…

Rob Schneider in Surf Ninjas

Inspired by my favorite movie growing up, Surf Ninjas (starring none other than a young, half-Filipino Rob Schneider), I decided to do some research where in the Philippines I might be able to continue my quest…

Even in these economically stretched times, vacations to Spain remain a well priced holiday choice. However familiar Spain is as a holiday destination, there are plenty of ways to freshen things up a bit… You may well…

nightlife in Kuta

The following is a guest post from Dan Cretes, a South East Asia frequenter. As a travel blogger, writing about the worst place you’ve ever been is not something you’re asked to do a lot.…

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