Jamaica Beach

jamaica beachJamaica has several areas with truly spectacular beaches. One of the most important is Ocho Rios, with two of the best beaches in Jamaica, Playa Tortuga (Turtle Beach) and Mallard beach, not forgetting the legendary James Bond Beach, which gets its name because the creator of the legendary character, Ian Fleming, lived there for some time. In turn, it was in this area that they filmed the famous James Bond film, called “Dr. No”, the first of the long series and films offering a stunning Ursula Andress bathing in one of the beaches that can be visited Jamaica in this country.

Also at Ocho Rios, we find the fantastic Dunn’s River Beach, where the river joins the Caribbean Dunn and allowing visitors to walk below the falls that exist in this crossroads of sea and river.

Another famous beach is Negril Jamaica, prominent hippy destination in the 60s and where it is common practice nudism. Meanwhile, in Montego Bay also highlights several beaches such as Cornwall Beach, which offers all kinds of water sports.

The beach of the Bay of Port Antonio, offers perhaps the most famous beach of Jamaica, Blue Lagoon Beach, precisely because there is filmed part of the movie “The Blue Lagoon”, in which Brooke Shields took the spectacular bathrooms topless.

Jamaica land is in fact not only of excellent beaches but some of the beaches filmed by Hollywood cinema. So if international stars and directors have elected Jamaica’s beaches among the best in the world, who will deny that Jamaica is an essential destination to find the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean and the world?

Canada

What we’re talking about here is the handle on a case of Canadian beer – big enough to fit your hands, even with gloves on. If you think it’s impressive, consider Canada’s other mondo attributes. Its terrain is full of them, of the gigantic mountains of huge glaciers of immense polychromatic skies. Then there are the creatures that roam the land and its channels – Grizzly Bear, moose, polar bears, humpback whales, each Huger than the last.

Canada is impossible not to like it, but go ahead and give it a shot. I do not like festival-packed cities like Toronto and Montreal that offer the best quality of life world? Then take a double dose of history in St. John’s, the oldest city in North America. Do not love the prospect of hiking, skiing or snowboarding in the mountains that stand in the cloud of Banff and Jasper National Parks? Try a slow journey through the prairies waving wheat in the province. Want a lighter Noshir Alberta beef or Nunavut whale blubber? Collect ripe peaches and cheese from local farmers markets, the Kelowna.

And it’s a wonder everyone is so nice, considering the weather. It’s cold, cold as the coldest world’s-country (based on average temperatures nationally), which explains the case of beer is responsible for mitten size. Capture, a city in Yukon, recorded the coldest temperature ever in North America: less 62.8 ° C.
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Voltaire may have income in Canada as “a few acres of snow” in the mid-18th century, but these few acres of have released large amounts of oil, timber and other natural resources, which in turn have driven Canada a very enviable standard of living.

Archangel Somerset Hotel

Here is a fantastic owners – and the architect – have adopted a new approach: it has left the building to talk.

The Angel Inn was in a particularly terrible. Despite its long history, dating back to the Domesday Book, it had become a very attractive pub, where he had been a while since love had been lavished. In fact, when the new owner was Simon Waterfield in the months after it had closed suddenly, he found beer in pint glasses and even ashtrays cigarettes. The regulars who have moved to another location, although it is difficult to know where, with bars at the close of the Great Britain at 50 per week in those days.

Simon changed the name of the Archangel and began placing the restoration. Think medieval modern. Taylor springs architect has retained the old beams and walls and put in the program, retaining its sheen and leaving them largely unadorned speak eloquently for themselves. This is especially true in the restaurant and the barn, which has a mezzanine and a suspended glass “cube”, which holds a private dining table close to the transverse beams in the rows of “candles” (actually power) seem to burn and dripping wax.

Lighting everywhere, by Bruce Munro – the wonderful shower of light in the cathedral of Salisbury – is an imaginative wonder. Renaissance paintings of angels have been deployed around as extravagant wallpaper, and glass and steel, zinc and slate, leather and copper have been used to create a rustic style that feels lux is the case , as the decision to preserve the medieval narrow path that bisects the building across the back. Step length with slate floor gives out, no stables, but two living rooms, reception area and excellent toilet facilities, each with its own particularly impressive angel roof floor.

Morocco

For many travelers, Morocco could be a short hop by ferry or by one of the low cost airlines myriad of Spain, but is a much further distance to travel culturally. The regular certainties of Europe suddenly swept away by the arrival in full technicolor Africa and Islam. It’s a complete sensory overload.

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Tangier, which faded libertine on the coast, has traditionally been a first port of call, but the winds quickly blow along the Atlantic coast in the cosmopolitan and famous movie star in Casablanca, and white gems of fishing ports of Asalih and Essaouira. Inside, the great imperial cities of Fez, Marrakech and attract visitors en masse as they have for centuries. The streets of the ancient medinas have plenty of surprises around every corner to fill a dozen repeated trips. Far from the urban pace, you will find Roman ruins and steep valleys to distract drastically.

If you really want to get away from everything, Morocco still has a few trump cards. The High Atlas Mountains seems tailor-made for hiking boots, with endless trails between Berber villages, and the highest peak in North Africa (Jebel Toubkal) to the conquest. Or if you prefer someone else to do the walking, you just have to hold your camel and walk straight in the Sahara, to see the sunset over an ocean of sand.

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