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One of my resolutions for this year is to put plans into action. So, I guess I did a good job when I booked a flight to this place which I promised myself four years ago to return with friends when that time comes! And, finally, one month and 27 days from now, me and two of my best friends (in the whole wide world) are confirmed to fly to Boracay! The next part to arrange is our accommodation. I wish we could also stay to Boracay Gardens - first resort I stayed-in to Boracay in 2010 as I can guarantee the superb services and facilities, but the rates were also superb for us, newbie workers. However, I am currently eye-ing on La Carmela which I have heard both negative and positive comments but I believe it’s worth a try. So, we’ll see!
Nice shot, hope you have a great trip!
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Since leaving Phuket, we’ve traveled to Chiang Mai, Pai, and are now waiting in Bangkok to catch a train to Koh Samui.
Braydon’s sister, Ali, has joined us for the next few weeks around Asia as well, which has been a blast so far!
Here’s a quick view of the last week and a bit in photos.
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“Take your shoes off,” purred the ocean waves. ~Dr. SunWolf
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Tasmania is mostly known for its devils, but it certainly felt like basking in paradise once we had a chance to visit this corner of the world. Picturesque meadows, lush rainforests, beaches with water so clear that the waves are almost see-through — this state has it all.
With it being peak season, I was expecting the parks to be overrun with visitors, but amazingly, crowds were sparse. It was even a bit ironic that Tasmania is one of the rare places where I didn’t meet a lot of Aussie adventurers. Truly, there were times when I felt like we were the only group carousing through the garden of Eden in a coaster bus.
If you’re planning to visit Tasmania, I’d recommend for you to fly into Launceston and start exploring from there. Whether you’re heading west for the mountains and rainforests, or heading east for the beaches like we did, it’s all accessible from there. If you want to visit the same aquamarine paradisos, check out the itinerary for Jump Tour’s East Coast Adventure.
Fantastic shots, must have been an awesome adventure! :)
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It was taken in the Dominican Republic near the ‘Silver Port’ of Puerto Plata where the wind and water meet to offer some excellent windsurfing and kite-surfing conditions.
Nice shot, a beach would be nice today! :)
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Day 15: Sand between my toes
Sunday, February 23: Lazy days are extra easy when you live opposite the beach. Me, my flip flops and my sketch pad spent the day lazing around, soaking up the sun and watching the world go by. #Lush.
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