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Finding Margaritaville in Grand Cayman

Finding Margaritaville in Grand Cayman

  By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton It’s may not be a surprise when you get to the check-in desk and find an ice-cold margarita waiting for you. What may be a surprise is just how good a margarita it really is. Because while you may know the Margaritaville story, ...

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Purchasing land and property in Indonesia as a foreigner

Very important information to read: This article is intended as a preliminary guide only and refers to some but not all elements required to consider in detail prior to starting any property dealings or due diligence. Property dealings are often complex, especially in foreign countries and we highly recommend you ...

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Cayman Islands Offers Diverse Activities on Land and Sea

Cayman Islands Offers Diverse Activities on Land and Sea

While it attracts millions of visitors annually by land and sea, the Cayman Islands remain relatively little-known to many North American travelers. The easygoing British Overseas Territory, actually an archipelago of three islands in the western Caribbean Sea, offers a distinctive mix of natural beauty and local charm, highlighted by ...

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It’s time for Kenya to invest in medical tourism

While Kenya can take pride in attracting two million international tourists last year with its wildlife, beaches and tropical weather, it can significantly increase the numbers by tapping into the global demand for health services. Medical tourism is whereby people who live in one country travel to another country to ...

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Toughest test for triathletes as heavy rain hits Ironman Youghal

Toughest test for triathletes as heavy rain hits Ironman Youghal

Residents, volunteers and businesses in Youghal spent months preparing for the biggest event in their calendar and one of the biggest in the town’s history: The Ironman Triathlon. Roads were resurfaced, buildings were repainted and the town was decorated and cleaned to ensure it was ready to welcome around 2,600 ...

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Thailand’s famed ‘Rose of the North’ is wilting

CHIANG MAI — This 700-year-old city nestled in a green valley of northern Thailand has long enjoyed a story-book reputation for its myriad Buddhist monasteries and charming wooden homes, the delicate manners of its citizens and a tranquillity hardly ruffled by its temple bells. More than 10 million tourists visited ...

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Go Back to Black with These Stunning Caribbean Black Sand Beaches

Go Back to Black with These Stunning Caribbean Black Sand Beaches

Photo IG: @justine11111 Now summer has arrived, expect your Instagram feed to fill up with stunning shots of sugar-sand beaches. The Caribbean is full of these blue-sky, white-sand vistas. But just under the radar, the islands also feature some breath-taking black-sand beaches. These unique beaches get their striking sand color ...

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