16 Images of Vietnam’s Beaches That Will Make Your Day a Little Brighter
Jan31

16 Images of Vietnam’s Beaches That Will Make Your Day a Little Brighter

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The beaches of Vietnam don’t get enough credit, most likely due to the black and white images Westerners have seared into their consciousness of the war that happened half a century ago. With over 2000 miles of coastline (excluding islands), however, my birth country has plenty of beaches to spare, many of them as picturesque as you’ll find anywhere in the world. I’ve had the pleasure of visiting the country twice since we left before...

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Get Your Wabo On In Cabo San Lucas/Los Cabos, Mexico
Jan16

Get Your Wabo On In Cabo San Lucas/Los Cabos, Mexico

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Cabo San Lucas has been on our travel radar since we first started traveling to Mexico and I’ve been a fan of Dreams resorts ever since we stayed in our first one in Puerto Vallarta. One of the biggest draws, of course, has been their onsite beach bars. Shannon Deissig recently paid a visit to the Dreams Los Cabos and in addition to her review of the resort, she offers travel tidbits for anyone looking to explore this tropical getaway...

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Finding Hidden Beach Bar, Canggu, Bali
Jan11

Finding Hidden Beach Bar, Canggu, Bali

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Ahh, those Bali beach bars. When thinking about beach bars worldwide (which I do a lot of, by the way), the Caribbean region typically comes to mind first. Greece has its fair share along with Mexico and the US. Head over to southeast Asia and you’ll find Thailand and the Philippines representing the beach bar culture. When it comes to my wishlist of worldwide destinations for a beach bar getaway, there’s one place that is...

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Dealing With the Dingy at Dinghy’s Beach Bar
Jan04

Dealing With the Dingy at Dinghy’s Beach Bar

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If the past hurricane season has left you feeling a little dingy, you can head over to Dinghy’s Beach Bar on Water Island, a small island off of St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. It’s one of guest author Kristie Weiss’s favorite beach bar and while it may not be the easiest place to get to, the destination is worth the journey. Come along for the ride as she looks back on her first visit to one of her favorite beach bars post...

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Toes in the Sand at Sandy Toes Beach Bar, Rose Island, Bahamas
Dec12

Toes in the Sand at Sandy Toes Beach Bar, Rose Island, Bahamas

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Whether or not the Bahamas are part of the Caribbean can be argued but one thing that we can all agree on is that Sandy Toes Beach Bar, located on Rose Island, is a must visit for any beach bar bum. Come along and get your toes sandy with guest author Shannon Deissig. Of course, we all know there is no shortage of beach bars on the islands in the Bahamas. I have visited many over the years. What I had never done until this past visit...

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