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Malacca, Malaysia
By day, the trishaws in Malacca are candy-colored, pop-music blaring vehicles of joy. By night, they're lit up Christmas-tree bright, and they lure you in with their lights like a deep sea fish. Try not to smile when a trishaw parade rolls by. We...
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Grace Bay Rd, Grace Bay TKCA 1ZZ, Turks and Caicos Islands
Housed on a 1,100-foot stretch of beachfront, Grace Bay Club is as stylishly current as it was in 1993, when it became the first luxury hotel to open on the then nearly empty sands of Grace Bay. From its original 21 rooms, the upscale property has...
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Tiahura, Moorea, 98729, French Polynesia
For a truly relaxing, get away from the world vacation, visit the beautiful island of Moorea, and stay in an overwater bungalow. Spend a day in awe at the beauty that lays in front of you. Sitting on your private balcony over the rich ocean colors...
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142 Calle Flamboyan, Vieques, PR 00765
Just sayin'... As far as beach bars go, this town's one-street scene is all bananas. After my trip, I called one of my awesome friends from college (go Providence!) who has frequented Vieques for work (lucky her), and when I told her how shocked I...
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Km. 44, La Libertad, Calle a playa sunzal, El Sunzal, El Salvador
For travellers and surfers seeking a place off the beaten track, El Sal's Sunzal is just the ticket. Beachside, surf-based conversations drift towards lazy ears, as fresh-from-the-water kids discuss their latest session. Consistent wave sets are...
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Shanghai Rd, Huichuan Qu, Zunyi Shi, Guizhou Sheng, China
Guizhou food. It's similar to Sichuan cuisine, but also incorporates local cooking traditions, including those of the many minority groups in the province. In general, it's just as la (spicy / 辣), but less ma (numbing / 麻). One of the best bowls...
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QROO 15, Quintana Roo, Mexico
I love the Coqui Coqui hotels, I've been to all three locations. Their piece of beach is serene and magical. The food and wine is fantastic. Purchase a perfume and candle, they smell fantastic. So chic, very different aesthetic from what's offered...
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Copacabana Beach - Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro - State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Simply put, Copacabana beach is one of the greatest vacation getaways in the world. It’s a breathtaking 2.5-mile stretch of bright sand that’s filled with people luxuriating in the sun and soaking up the atmosphere. Lying on the borderline of a...
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Gasparito 3 Noord, Noord, Aruba
Authentic Aruban cuisine and art are both on the menu at this unique eatery. Keshi Yena, Kerry Kerry, and Goat Stoba are just a few of the goodies served amid a warm, family-style setting and whimsical art created by Gasparito’s own in-house...
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Trinidad and Tobago
Imagine a swimming pool with no walls and no limits with warm water and bright sunshine in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Named in 1962 by Princess Margaret who thought the clarity of the pool reminded her of looking through a nylon stocking,...
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Pandawa Beach, Bali, Indonesia
Catching the sunrise at Pandawa Beach, also known as the “Secret Beach” in South Bali, was an adventure from beginning to end. After learning about it from Rob, the owner of Suara Ombak Cottages (www.wavevoice.com) where we stayed during our SURF...
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Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico
Up the hill from town stands Casa Dos Chicos a four-bedroom residence of two structures connected by a rooftop bridge. Upstairs, under a thatched roof, the outdoor kitchen, living room, and soaking pool offer endless panoramas. From $570. ...
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Calle Revolucion 37, Zona Centro, 63734 Sayulita, Nay., Mexico
Along the busy stretch of Avenida Revolución, Sayulita Café is a sophisticated, unpretentious spot where chef-owner Miguel Muro turns out regional specialties such as molcajete azteca and mole. Nab a sidewalk table, start with a round of...
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Asia 6, 63734 San Francisco, Nay., Mexico
San Francisco is a quaint beach town about 20 minutes north of Sayulita. If you ask any locals from the Riviera Nayarit region about San Francisco, you will be met with confusion. The locals call it San Pancho. We wanted to veer a little further...