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Think of the Caribbean and inevitably evoke stereotypical images of white sand beaches and tropical drinks with little umbrellas. It’s a nice thought, but we’re here to tell you that the islands offer much more.

The contradictions that is pressed upon arrival. With a history built on piracy and identity of sugar, slavery and colonial rebellion, the islands support a vibrant mix of cultures. There are cricketers and dreadlocks, the Cuban rebels and lobster. The shifting sands on the beaches come in shades impossible protected, from white sugar and brown salmon pink to brown and black coal. While some islands shine just above sea level, others stand out as green icebergs.

It is an archipelago closely linked to the sea and you’ll fall under his spell at the time to taste the salt on the skin. You will always remember seeing the first float of sea turtles and the feeling of a smile with a snorkel in your mouth. You’ll climb the highest peaks forests redefine the ‘green’, the word where tropical birds flutter in the flashes of color and fill the air with a symphony of whistles and song. You’ll dance to the rhythms of reggae, salsa and strain. You will eat fresh seafood and spicy dishes, and spend lazy afternoons in hammocks. And yes, it’s likely a drink decorated with little umbrellas while watching the sunset from a beautiful white sand beach



The Republic of Palau is inimitable. Most tourists who come here like to spend their time underwater, Palau is one of the most spectacular in the world of diving. It has coral reefs, blue holes, wrecks in war, hidden caves and tunnels, steep vertical over 60 to play with, and a surprising range of corals, fish and rare creatures of the sea. There are also some direct miracles of evolution, giant clams that weigh a quarter ton, for example, and a lake full of 21 million softly pulsating, stingless jellyfish.

But you do not have to get wet to enjoy Palau. In the land of the republic includes the richest flora and fauna of Micronesia: exotic birds want around the islands, crocodiles glide through mangroves and orchids sprout profusely in the backyards. The archipelago of Palau is diverse, encompassing the polyglot state of Koror, the beautiful rocky islands, the second largest island of Micronesia, Babeldaob (land that PT forgot?), Peleliu, once ravaged by war, now just stunning, quiet, small Angaur, coral atolls and Kayangel Ngeruangel, and the remote islands of the South-West.

Stir in some of the most sociable of Micronesia (and responsible) people, and it is not surprising that parts of the palace known as the “principle of everything,” a template of the rest of the world would do well to follow.
On this responsibility: Palacio love a good acronym, socially conscious, and can be seen everywhere on signs and billboards, as “WAVE – all kinds of customers with enthusiasm” or “STARS – Initiate treatment of symptoms associated with alcohol. ” You could find yourself in this game, too. And maybe get to the same conclusion as us, that the name of this country itself is an acronym: “Palau Islands: Lovely and unique.”


When you hear the word “Japan”, what do you think? Does your mind fill with images of ancient temples or futuristic cities? Voices visions of mist-shrouded hills or lightning-fast high-speed trains? Do you think dress dresses or kimono geisha-business-CLAD? Whatever image you have of Japan is likely to be necessary because it is all there. But it also may have some misconceptions about Japan. For example, many people believe that Japan is one of the most expensive countries in the world. In fact, it is cheaper to travel to Japan in much of North America, Western Europe and parts of Oceania. Others think that Japan is impenetrable or even downright difficult. The fact is that Japan is one of the easiest countries to travel. It is simply a place that will remind you why he began to travel in the first place.

If traditional culture is yours, you can spend weeks in cities like Kyoto and Nara, gorging yourself on temples, shrines, kabuki, O (stylized dance-drama), tea ceremonies and museums filled with treasures of the rich Japan’s artistic heritage. If modern culture and technology is your thing, the cities of Japan are an absolute wonderland – an easy look at the future of the human race, complete with trend-setting caf├ęs and fabulous restaurants. Outside the cities, natural wonders found throughout the archipelago. From coral reefs of Okinawa in the ski resort of Niseko, Japan has more than enough natural wonders to compete with its cultural treasures. Then there’s the food: if it is impossible fresh sushi in Tokyo, perfectly battered tempura in Kyoto, or a bowl of ramen in Osaka abundant, if you’re going to love Japan.
However, for many visitors, the true highlight of his visit to Japan is the kind hospitality of the Japanese themselves. Whatever your image of Japan, which undoubtedly exists somewhere in the archipelago – and is waiting for you to discover!

Brazil Beaches

brazil beachBrazil has 8,500 miles of beach, which gives this country an incredible variety of beaches from which to enjoy.

Everything you can think of, you could want, as you can imagine is here. Urban beaches, surrounded by bars and hotels, such as Copacabana, in Rio de Janeiro. If you want something more sophisticated, you can visit the resort of Costa do Sauipe, Bahia, really impressive. In the other direction you will find beaches, very calm and very quiet, as Jericoacoara beaches on the coast near Fortaleza, Ceara, all these beaches and many more available in Brazil, find what you want, you’ll find it!.

The coastline is incredibly diverse, different landscapes and different formations along more than 8,500 kilometers, cliffs, coral reefs, small bays, dunes, natural areas and wild, more developed areas, high winds, quiet areas .. .

Wherever you always have a lot of light that also enjoy gentle sea breezes, sunshine, pleasant temperatures and waters in coconuts to take refuge in his shadow, really incredible. Brazil as a holiday destination is priceless. You can go to the beach all year round, as time permits.
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