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The Best Resorts In The Maldives

The Best Resorts In The Maldives

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More New Nonstop Flights Are Coming to Puerto Rico

More New Nonstop Flights Are Coming to Puerto Rico

  Puerto Rico says it’s in the midst of a tourism boom, and another carrier is set to launch new daily nonstop flights to the island.  Beginning Nov. 14, Frontier will be operating a new daily flight between Newark Liberty International Airport and the Luis Muñoz Marín in San Juan, ...

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How A Hotel In the Maldives Is Fighting Plastic Pollution

How A Hotel In the Maldives Is Fighting Plastic Pollution

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island. Don Dao The Maldives is just like the paradise seen in photos. Palm trees fleck white sand beaches and the endless blue sky seems to melt into the pristine turquoise water.  But the nation made up of 1,200 islands scattered in the Indian Ocean faces challenges ...

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Marine biologist reports a sharp rise in stranded sunfish

Marine biologist reports a sharp rise in stranded sunfish

WELLFLEET, Mass. (AP) — A marine biologist is reporting a sharp rise in number of sunfish stranded on Cape Cod beaches. The unusual-looking migratory fish, which can grow to nearly nine feet long and weigh thousands of pounds, can be found mid-to-late summer in Massachusetts. Marine biologist Carol “Krill” Carson ...

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Becoming a Los Cabos Specialist

Becoming a Los Cabos Specialist

There are several vacation destinations throughout Mexico, from the Pacific Coast to the Mexican Caribbean. Each area has its own unique highlights that draw visitors in year after year. Some travelers are drawn to long white sand beaches or large pools and others are in search of the best restaurants ...

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Marine biologist reports a sharp rise in stranded sunfish

Marine biologist reports a sharp rise in stranded sunfish

WELLFLEET, Mass. (AP) — A marine biologist is reporting a sharp rise in number of sunfish stranded on Cape Cod beaches. The unusual-looking migratory fish, which can grow to nearly nine feet long and weigh thousands of pounds, can be found mid-to-late summer in Massachusetts. Marine biologist Carol “Krill” Carson ...

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