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8 Exotic and Unlikely Places to Buy Cannabis Around the World

8 Exotic and Unlikely Places to Buy Cannabis Around the World

If you’re lucky enough to visit a foreign country where cannabis is obtainable, you owe yourself a chance to check out the local selection and support the local industry. We’ve scoured the globe to bring you the most exotic shops, markets, clubs, and dispensaries purveying cannabinoids abroad. Whether you’re seeking ...

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Get Into the Spirit on the Hebridean Whisky Trail This Spring

Get Into the Spirit on the Hebridean Whisky Trail This Spring

by Sally Coffey, The Telegraph, February 26, 2019 We’ve all heard the stories. Skye is overrun with tourists and the infrastructure is unable to cope with the huge number of visitors who whizz over every year to clog up the roads and dampen the allure of this once prized beauty. Skye is old hat. ...

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Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives boasts florescent seas at night

Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives boasts florescent seas at night

(Picture: Getty) If you’re a fan of nighttime skinny dipping or beach walks, then you need to get yourself over to Vaadhoo Island. Why? Because the water around the tiny island in the Maldives is basically a sea of stars. Vaadhoo only has around 550 inhabitants and while its beaches are catalogue-blue during the day, ...

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Creepy find inside bizarre blue sinkhole

Creepy find inside bizarre blue sinkhole

BELIZE – the land of the infamous Great Blue Hole, Caribbean beaches and a rich tapestry of cultures. But what lies within the famous dark blue natural wonder has been mostly a mystery, until now. A team of scientists, including Virgin billionaire Richard Branson, has returned from a mission to ...

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Hamaty welcomes Disney’s addition to port financing plan

Hamaty welcomes Disney's addition to port financing plan

Tortuga Rum Company owner Robert Hamaty said the addition of Disney Cruises to the cruise berthing project is welcomed news. Last week Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin announced the addition of the third cruise line to the project. Carnival and Royal Caribbean have already signed up for financing the multi-million-dollar project. Mr. ...

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Deep Dive On A Shallow Reef: National Park Of American Samoa

Deep Dive On A Shallow Reef: National Park Of American Samoa

National Park of American Samoa/NPS Editor’s note: The following article was written by Larry Perez of the National Park Service. Ohio is generally not known for its beaches. So how did Victoria Barker—a native of Cincinnati—find childhood inspiration to work on coral reefs? “There’s one thing you need to know ...

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Tripadvisor’s top Irish beach revealed

Tripadvisor’s top Irish beach revealed

Inchydoney Beach in Clonakilty, Co Cork has been named the best beach in Ireland in TripAdvisor’s 2019 Travellers’ Choice awards for beaches. Second place this year goes to Banna Strand in Tralee, while Inch Beach in Inch, Co Kerry comes in third place. Travellers’ Choice Beaches award-winners are based on ...

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A new direction for Puerto Rico tourism marketing

A new direction for Puerto Rico tourism marketing

The proverbial phrase about a glass being half full or half empty came to mind during a  recent conversation I had with Brad Dean, the CEO of Discover Puerto Rico. People who are optimists see the glass as half full. An optimists looks on the bright side, seeing the world ...

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Yoga business works to bring calm to exhausted community

Yoga business works to bring calm to exhausted community

On a frigid January night, Leigh Garbo-Minniefield is placing candles around the perimeter of a dance studio at the Father Ryan Arts Center in McKees Rocks. An oil diffuser fills the space with the calming aroma of frankincense. Her husband, Jacques Minniefield, adjusts a projector to throw sunny images of ...

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