Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Dunedin, Florida
Jun06

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Dunedin, Florida

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There’s just something about a Florida sunset over that water that makes it hard to resist. This week’s image, taken in Dunedin, is further proof of that. The palm trees form the perfect silhouette, boaters meander through the calm water and as the sun dips below the horizon for another day, people take time out of their busy lives to appreciate the moment. That’s one of the most significant wonders of a sunset...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Tamarijn Aruba, Druif Beach
May30

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Tamarijn Aruba, Druif Beach

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One of my favorite resorts I’ve stayed at is the Tamarijn Aruba. An all-inclusive resort located on Druif Beach just northwest of Oranjestad and the cruise ship port, the Tamarijn consists of all beachfront rooms and one of the best resort beach bars you’ll find anywhere – the Bunker Bar. Located just outside the frame of this picture, I spent many hours perched on one of its colorful stools, watching cruise ships and sunsets pass by...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Bermuda
May23

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Bermuda

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Whether or not Bermuda and is beaches can be considered part of the Caribbean is a subject that comes up quite often in discussions. While it’s clear that geographically, it’s outside the region generally considered to be the Caribbean, there’s no doubt that it shares many of the characteristics of its cousins to the southwest. Chief among those is its beaches. Known the world over for its pretty in pink sand and clear blue water...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Trinidad
May16

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Trinidad

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With 1.3 million people, you’d think the dual island nation of Trinidad and Tobago would be featured on this blog more often. However, that amount of people on such a small area of land results in beaches often taking a back seat to development. The two islands are vastly different – Trinidad with the industry and Tobago with the more laidback undeveloped surroundings. I was therefore surprised when I came across this picture...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Federated States of Micronesia
May09

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Federated States of Micronesia

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For those of you looking for an island to check out from the world, you probably won’t find many prettier ones on a smaller speck of land than our featured picture this week. Located in Chuuk Lagoon near the island of Weno in the Federated States of Micronesia, the island appears to have more palm trees than people. A few ramshackle structures occupy a small footprint beneath the towering palms but beyond that, the unknown island...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Hammock Life in Caye Caulker, Belize
May02

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Hammock Life in Caye Caulker, Belize

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Is there really anything I need to add to this image of hammocks suspending from palm trees blanketing a beach in Caye Caulker, Belize? If you ever find yourself in this position, consider yourself among the lucky ones. Add to the scene a line of conch shells standing guard over the siesta takers and you have quite the scene. The only way this gets any better is if I’m lounging in one of them with a rum punch in hand. That, my...

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