Beaches

21 Apr 19
Travels with Ali over the years

One of my very dear friends lives on the island of Fuerteventura, Canary Islands. Whilst I was in the UK visiting my parents I decided to take a trip out to see her and also celebrate my birthday!  I was there for four days, plenty of time to see the island and eat in the […]

21 Apr 19
The Wonders of Wildlife

Extremely sensitive to changes in temperature, the green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) is one of the thousands of species which faces extinction due to climate change. This endangered reptile has a vast range, inhabiting tropical and subtropical seas all around our planet. These turtles spend most of their time in seagrass beds, salt marshes and coral […]

21 Apr 19
Della Akhiradelistia 11t

“Better to see something once than hear about it a thousand times.” This quotes is really relatable for me, when it comes to traveling. In this year, grade 11 and 10 were given an opportunity to visit Banyuwangi. We were very excited to explore three different main destinations which are known as its beautiful views. […]

21 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

The British and Americans are among 35 foreigners killed in the attacks in Sri Lanka after the change of mark of the island that triggered a $ 3.2 billion tourism boom in the aftermath of the Civil War Easter Sunday explosions target three Colombo hotels popular with foreigners The Saint-Antoine Shrine, a popular tourist site […]

21 Apr 19
Out of Town Blog

The Ultimate first-timer’s travel guide to Petra, Jordan Petra is an ancient and archaeological city situated in the mountainous deserts of Jordan. Having been out of the radar of western civilization since the 14th century, the city resurfaced in the early 19th century. About Petra It is believed that the city of Petra was first […]

21 Apr 19
Pooja002

Shore temple Early in the morning, we started our walk to the shore temple. Situated in central Mahabalipuram, the rock cut temples- all at walking distance from each other were the vision of Tamil king Mahendravarman during his reign in Pallava period. Other than the Shore temple several other structures like the Varaha Cave Temple, […]

21 Apr 19
danderings.com

4-5 April 2019 Travelling east along the D-Day Landings our first stop was Grandcamp Maisy, part of the Atlantic Wall fortifications built by the Germans to protect against invasion from the sea. Grandcamp Maisy was responsible for a lot of the shelling of the beaches in the American sector on D-Day. Unfortunately for us it […]

21 Apr 19
adaminterests

So getting back into the “blogging” I wasn’t sure where to start. The intention of the blog back in 2011 was recording the move and the adventures of living in Arnhem Land. But the adventure that started as just that.. an adventure, is now our daily life! I still intend on sharing the exciting stories […]

21 Apr 19
Adventures Of The Couple Next Door

Mountains or beaches? We would choose the beach 8 out of 10 times. Think about it. Sun, sand, a relaxed lazy day and crystal clear waters. Snorkeling, diving maybe a massage or just gazing at a beautiful sunset with a cold beer in your hand. That is exactly what you can expect from Gili. Where […]

21 Apr 19
Julia Cavicchi

The West Highland Line from Glasgow to Mallaig travels through highland hills, boggy moors, and rain. Then a ferry to the Isle of Eigg. An answer to the age old question, which came first? The Eigg! Of course, always Eigg. Ancient lava spilled from Rum’s volcanoes, from torn tectonics, cooled and eroded and shaped into […]

21 Apr 19
The Island of Me

Bonjour. That title originally said to save my lice which is lovely and awfully entertaining.So, today I am her to give y’all some wonderful writing tips, even though I’m struggling and can’t write anything well at the moment. You could take these tips and use them, or you could ignore them and have fun reading […]

21 Apr 19
Meandering Marbles

LEFTOVERS Because I write these blogs haphazardly I sometimes forget to mention things. One of the most exciting parts of Mauritius was using a washing machine for the first time since January. It was really, really, really exciting. My clothes have been mostly washed by hand, by me, in a sink the last few months, […]

21 Apr 19
namsspace

One of the isolated and undeveloped beaches in Bali. It consists of fine white sand and clear and pure white waves.

21 Apr 19
Easymalc's Wanderings

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”7119″ img_size=”full” add_caption=”yes”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][ultimate_heading main_heading=”The Beaches of St. Ives” heading_tag=”h3″ alignment=”left” main_heading_margin=”margin-bottom:35px;”][/ultimate_heading][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]I have to confess that I’m not one for lying around on a beach, but I also have to confess that I do like seeing them, and with all this good weather around at the moment it seems as good a time as […]

21 Apr 19
The Moonstone

I consider myself a child of mountains. A special privilege granted to self. And this unperturbed love of mine for the mountains has always tempted me to challenge it and explore my chemistry with the beaches. As someone who is absolutely so smitten just by the ring of the word “serenity”, the thought of a […]

21 Apr 19
Saddlebagsally

Yamaha Yard Built – XSR700 ‘Tracker Style’ by Bunker Custom Motorcycles XSR700 ‘Tracker Style’ With spring well and truly underway Yamaha heads to Istanbul in Turkey to collaborate with a new member of the Yard Built family, Bunker Custom Motorcycles. Brothers Can and Mert Uzer are not your typical custom bike builders, Can a high […]

21 Apr 19
namsspace

One of the most beautiful beaches in Ubud. The stones & shells found here remind me of Marine Drive in Mumbai. The place where the sky meets the sea ❤