Home / Tag Archives: beach

Tag Archives: beach

China and Cuba: a long march (II)

When I first stood in a classroom of Chinese students, enrolled in my seminar on Comparative Socialist Transitions, I was amazed at their age and the range of their careers. In the middle of the suffocating Beijing summer, that class at Renmin University was full, with young people between 18 …

Read More »

Lorena Ochoa the Golf Course Architect

Lorena Ochoa had a career on the links that was second to none. A 2002 Symetra Tour graduate, she found her way to the winner’s circle 27 times on the LPGA Tour including two major championships and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2017. After retiring …

Read More »

19 hidden beaches around the world that locals don’t even know about

caption It’s not always easy to find quiet, empty beaches, but it is worth it. source Shutterstock Many beautiful beaches around the world are fairly quiet, secluded hidden gems. Black Island in Palawan, Philippines, has lush foliage and caves that are perfect for underwater exploration. Some beaches, like Hole in …

Read More »

Richstone Collection Offers Private Luxury Villas & Manors for Secluded Vacation Bookings

Richstone Collection, known for its bespoke high-end residential properties around the world, is encouraging travelers and families seeking to plan upcoming getaways to consider its stunning villa and manor properties as parts of the world begin to reopen. Offering privacy, security, and secluded luxury, these gorgeous properties in London, the …

Read More »

Time & Tide – Wrightsville Beach Magazine

In 10 years’ time, the Atlantic’s tides have churned the highest swells since Hurricane Hazel in 1954. Four major hurricanes have pummeled the North Carolina coast in the last decade. But nary a puff of wind has rocked the foundation, nor a drop of rain has trickled inside the walls …

Read More »

Yes, I’ll be traveling this summer – help me decide where: Susan Glaser

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Yes, I’ll be traveling this summer – how about you? I’ve been asked that question numerous times in recent weeks: By friends, by colleagues, by readers, and my answer is becoming more confident. Destinations are reopening, slowly, cautiously. They need us, and, I would argue, we need …

Read More »

Bahamas Announces Borders Reopening to Travelers on July 1

Tourism officials from The Bahamas announced Thursday it would open its borders to international tourists starting on July 1. According to Bahamas Ministry of Tourism Aviation Director General Joy Jibrilu, the island nation is focused on the safety of visitors and is working with health and government to welcome guests …

Read More »

PHASE 3: Churches, gaming houses, and some island beaches open

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has moved the country into ‘Phase 3’ of its plan to re-open the economy, reducing curfew hours and relaxing restrictions on several sectors. The 24-hour curfew will be lifted effective next Tuesday across the country, allowing free roam for residents between 5am …

Read More »

What awaits tourists when they re-emerge from lockdown?

May 30th 2020 HEATHROW AND PROVENCE FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsApp Editor’s note: Some of our covid-19 coverage is free for readers of The Economist Today, our daily newsletter. For more stories and our pandemic tracker, see our coronavirus hub MOST STRIKING is the absence—of cars outside the building, of people inside it, of …

Read More »