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Diving the Red Sea

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Author and Photographer: Brook Peterson

For Europeans, the Red Sea is as common a dive destination as the Caribbean is to US Citizens. Although the Red Sea is less frequented by US divers, it is one of the world’s gems when it comes to diving.  The crystal blue waters, abundant sea life, beautiful coral gardens and shipwrecks loaded with precious cargo make this one of the world’s best dive destinations. Read more

July 18, 2018 |

The Piña Colada Replacement That Will Change How You Drink This Summer

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Fifteen minutes outside Nassau on New Providence Island, brightly painted, thatched roof-covered food stands line the streets in the area of Arawak Cay. Known more commonly as Fish Fry, it’s where Bahamian food purveyors beckon vacationers to grab a stool and sample conch in all its iterations: cracked (battered, fried and served with tartar sauce), scorched (a simple ceviche with lime and onions), tropical salad (where it’s mixed with mango, pineapple and jalapeño) and fritters, those hush-puppy-like balls of fried deliciousness. Read more

July 18, 2018 |

How to Get Through TSA Faster

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Record-breaking crowds have already passed through U.S. airports this summer—and we’re barely into the season. Here’s how to get through airport security quickly with your sanity intact during this peak travel period. Read more

July 16, 2018 |

Lions Mane Jellyfish

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The world’s largest jellyfish has tentacles that are 120 feet long.   The stunning—and stinging—lion’s mane jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) ranks among earth’s most beautiful creatures. Let’s tip our scuba masks to this amazing invertebrate. Read more

July 14, 2018 |

Tips On How You Can Be A Reef-Friendly Traveler

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Source: blueocean.net

Remember that first experience of snorkeling through warm, crystal clean water and looking down into a world of vibrantly colored corals and endless marine life. That’s what hooked me decades ago. Today our coral reefs are threatened as never before. However, by following some simple steps you can become a reef-friendly traveler helping to protect our coral reefs. Read more

July 13, 2018 |

New TSA rule for carry-on and powders

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The smart traveler should now allow for even more time to move through the TSA security screen process. Along with liquids powders are now being regulated as to how much you can have in your carry-on when you board a plane. If you have more than is allowed, you’ll be forced to throw it out. Read more

July 6, 2018 |

Double-Serrano Watermelon Bites

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Source: cookinglight.com

These bites are a step up from classic prosciutto-wrapped melon and provide sweet, spicy, salty, tart, and meaty tastes. If you can’t find serrano ham, use prosciutto; you also can use balsamic glaze in place of pomegranate molasses. Read more

July 6, 2018 |
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