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During the summer months, crowds descend onto Nantucket, a picturesque island just 30 miles off the coast of Massachusetts. When the multitudes disperse after Labor Day, you’ll find yourself immersed in old-world charm and a newfound tranquillity, surrounded by wind-swept bluffs, lighthouses and crimson moors. The cooler days provide perfect weather for pedaling the nearly 30 miles of designated bike paths, shopping for antiques along cobblestone streets, sipping a Whale’s Tale Pale Ale at Cisco Brewers or watching berries being harvested at the annual Cranberry Festival. E.B. White wrote that there are three New Yorks, but here we’ll show you there are three distinct sides of Nantucket.
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Belize has long been a mystery to vacationers–an enigmatic, under-the-radar destination unfamiliar to even the most seasoned travelers. Did you know, for example, that Belize was colnized by the British, and as such, it is the only Central American country whose official language is English?
To Read More: http://ebooks.travelleaders.com/2016/Postcards/Fall/mobile/index.html#p=51
Deep in the South Pacific, halfway between South America and Australia, lies Bora Bora, arguably one of the most alluring islands in the world. From the minute your plane touches the runway, you will be mezmerized by Bora Bora’s exquisite natural beauty-the snow-white sand, soaring mountain peaks and miniature islands known as motus dotting the translucent turquoise waters.
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The colorful serenity and conspicuous lack of spring breakers on this laid-back island can be an effective antidote to the bacchanalia, grinding bodies, and bottomless drinks ubiquitous in Cancun’s Hotel Zone during spring months. The small island—less than five miles long and one mile wide and visible from Cancun’s main drag—soon becomes a tantalizing mirage that beckons you to cross the unfathomably blue Caribbean.
To read more… global-writes.com/2015/07/escape-spring-break-madness-Isla-Mujeres.html
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