Home / Tag Archives: beach

Tag Archives: beach

Things to Do With Kids in Brooklyn on July 15

Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Brooklyn today, July 15, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what’s going on today in Brooklyn‘s museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the …

Read More »

Tim Nash’s Sustainable Stock Showdown: Can plastic pledges save troubled cruise lines?

Being stuck in a hot city all summer can make you daydream about vacationing on water. But  can the world’s largest cruise companies lure conscious travellers and investors aboard with new plastic-free pledges? Last week, Carnival Corporation, the industry’s biggest company with over 100 ships and 10 leading cruise brands, …

Read More »

Guadeloupe Is JetBlue’s Newest Caribbean Destination

  By Alexander Britell The French Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe is about to get a series lift from JetBlue. The New York City-based carrier has announced plans to launch its first-ever nonstop flights to Guadeloupe, with a tentative start date of February 2020. The route will run from New York’s …

Read More »

2020 Holidays: Why Early Booking Holidays Offer The Biggest Perks

Should you book your holiday early or at the last minute? With Brexit still up in the air, you may find yourself scratching your head about when to book this year’s trip, let alone your 2020 holidays, but if you’re looking for terrific deals, plenty of choice and great perks, …

Read More »

A New Reason to Make the Seychelles Your Next Vacation Destination

Why Go: As if natural beauty was not enough to lure sybarites to the Seychelles, the new Six Senses Zil Pasyon now seals the seduction with 28 one- and two-bedroom villas, each with its own pool. Set on the private isle of Félicité in the Indian Ocean, the tropical-chic retreat …

Read More »

Countryside’s Vacation Bible School becomes safari adventure

The sanctuary and entrance at Countryside Community Church had an African decor for the Vacation Bible School called ROAR. – Ben Freda | For Abington Journal Kelly Cardone, left, and Wendy Molitoris, both of Countryside Community Church, play safari explorers in the serengeti. – Ben Freda | For Abington Journal …

Read More »

Capitalising on increased interest by Aussie tourists

At Sigiriya Enjoying the seaside A team of 18 Australian travel and tour operators arrived in Sri Lanka on a 10-day long familiarisation tour hosted by the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau (SLTPB).  Tourist arrivals from Australia have shown a steady incline in recent months and it is envisioned that …

Read More »

Why Cuba’s zip lines and B&B’s have fallen on hard times

Idalmis González Pérez wants more Americans swinging from her trees. On a balmy afternoon, dozens of children and parents in white helmets scramble up a flight of wooden steps wrapped around a tree, screaming out to one another in a variety of English and Spanish accents. Las Terrazas employees clip …

Read More »

Resolve Out Island needs before WTO

By Roderick A. Simms II An Advocate for sustainable Family Island growth and development E-mail: RASII@ME. com This is an assessment of how The Bahamas’ renewed efforts to become a full World Trade Organisation (WTO) could impact the Family Islands, especially tourism, construction and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). While …

Read More »

U-21 team secures first beach volleyball medal in 22 years

Posted: Monday, July 15, 2019. 11:42 am CST. By Aaron Humes: There is more volleyball success to report, this time from the beaches of Guatemala City. Francis Hauze and Michael Jenkins, of Belize City, secured bronze in the Under-21 Central American Beach Volleyball Championship on Sunday by defeating Costa Rica’s …

Read More »