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Tips to Help You Experience Malta With Ease

The sun begins to disappear below the horizon off the coast of Malta. Waves crash against the shore and slowly disappear into the night. Yellow glistening lanterns reflect off sand splashed walls expressing only the quiet beauty of Saint Julien’s Bay. This is Malta—one of my favorite destinations in all …

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Stranded Tourists Rescued From Denali National Park

Around 300 tourists were rescued Saturday from Alaska’s Denali National Park and Preserve after heavy rain triggered mudslides that damaged the only road into the park. According to the Anchorage Daily News, maintenance crews worked tirelessly to clear and fortify the road into the Denali National Park, which allowed the …

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Quintana Roo Boasts Sargassum Free Beaches

Just days after experts in Quintana Roo, Mexico projected the region would be spared by nagging sargassum seaweed this month, the state’s governor has deemed beaches in places like Cancun clean and free of the smelly algae. Quintana Roo Governor Carlos Joaquin Gonzalez applauded President Lopez Obrador and recent efforts …

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New Mariana Approved North of Playacar

Grupo Xcaret has received approval for the construction of a marina north of Playacar following the investment of over $4 million. According to Riviera Maya News, the new marina will accommodate as many as 15 vessels around 13 feet or shorter in floating docks on a lot north of Playacar. …

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Experience the Best of California This Fall

Is the west coast on your agenda this fall? Or more specifically, California? Between the music festivals, film events and food and wine happenings, it probably should be. Here’s a look at some of the notable events taking place in the Golden State this fall. Greater Palm Springs Whether visiting …

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Amsterdam: A City Where You Choose the Experience

The sun’s glare falls uniquely below the low structured homes into the night. Street lamps light up the stoney, rigid streets along the canal while your shadow reflects off the surface of the water glistening beside the curb. A sign from a local restaurant catches your eye and pulls you …

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5 Reasons to Visit Northern British Columbia

Most people never get past Vancouver and Whistler when it comes to exploring British Columbia. But, if you check out a map, you’ll see that those two areas are nothing but a tiny gateway to the massive amount of terrain that awaits in the upper parts of the province. Wondering …

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