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How to Live Like a Local (Kinda) In Hawaii

The Lahaina harbor in Maui. Image: Joe West/Shutterstock I can’t stop thinking about Hawaii. I love visiting faraway islands on the other side of the globe, but there’s something to be said for America’s chunk of tropical paradise in the Pacific. Not only does everyone speak English, but you don’t …

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Monday Briefing: Heat Index to 104, Victor Williams in Court, Grand Reserve Growth, Cancellations

Dorian memories: Christopher Lemke, a local resident, sent us several pictures during the Hurricane Dorian days, including this one of his wife Patricia Lemke, taken Sept. 3, as Dorian was lumbering in from the south. ( Chris Lemke for FlaglerLive) Weekend: Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 90s. Southeast winds …

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Spicing things up in Grenada

Grenada may call itself the “Spice Isle,” but this lush, mountainous tri-island state in the southernmost edge of the Caribbean turns up the heat when it comes to activities for thrill-seeking tourists. Of course, with 45 white sand and nine black sand beaches, basking in the sun and spending a …

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World of Cruising Magazine – Which is the Best Caribbean Island For You to Cruise?

Vibrant St Vincent The Grenadines Best for…Divers Expect a soca/calypso backbeat and pristine white beaches when you visit the 32 islands and cays that make up this dreamy archipelago of secluded – and often deserted – havens in the eastern Caribbean. Divers will love the Tobago Cays marine park, while …

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World of Cruising Magazine – Caribbean Cruises: The Ultimate Guide for 2020

The Caribbean is one of the most popular cruise destinations. And given its amazing weather, stunning beaches and vibrant culture it’s not hard to see why. Whether you fancy spending days languishing on the golden sand or trekking through lush rainforests, we’ve rounded up the best Caribbean cruises in 2020 …

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Athlete Spotlight: Lakeland’s Erin Daly Is UConn-Bound

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Senior captain Erin Daly is in her third full season on the Lakeland field hockey team. She has played on two state and three sectional championship team. Last year, she was All-State, All-Section and All-League for Lakeland. How old were you when you started playing field hockey …

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2 Days in Belize: Ruminations on Ruins, Rum, and Running out of Room (to Eat)

If you’re lucky enough to be headed to Belize, here’s what you should see (and eat). Belize, formerly British Honduras and the place whose town called San Pedro is the alleged inspiration behind Madonna’s 1986 hit, “La Isla Bonita,” is a fascinating Central American country with a stark dual personality, …

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Around Town: Sept/Oct 2019

CLASSIFIED AD: Housing wanted Retired lady wants to rent house or parsonage. Great references. Always pays rent on time. Does not smoke, drink, do drugs, or party. Call Lana (after 11 a.m.) 360/749.6336 Upcoming city meetings: The following city meetings are open to the public. More information can be found …

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Elephants kills L/stone tour guide to death

A TOUR guide, Chinga Siavwapa, has died after being trampled on by an elephant. Siavwapa is the elder brother to musician Shyman. Confirming the incident, Wildlife Department area senior warden Lewis Daka said the incident happened between 07:00 and 08:00 hours near the Zambezi River Safari Lodge. “Siavwapa was a …

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Grey nomads ‘getting into all sorts of trouble’ sees record number of flying doctor callouts

Updated September 14, 2019 08:33:47 Photo: The RFDS operates 20 aircraft from nine operational bases from across regional Queensland. (Supplied: Royal Flying Doctors Service) Underprepared grey nomads touring the outback — sometimes with significant illnesses — have contributed to a Queensland flying doctor base recording its busiest two months ever. …

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