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Though restrictions in the province are loosening, it's still important to maintain distance during the pandemic.
Half of the planet's sandy coastlines may vanish by 2100, researchers warn.
While it actually can truly be lots of fun, be prepared to be exhausted before you even get to the beach.
Practicing outdoors made us feel more connected to our body and mind. Inhaling salty air, with sand on our feet and hands connected us to the earth. The sound of the waves in our ears and the rays of the sun over our eyes made us more present than a confined space with four walls can.
You see, I am Constanza-level ensconced at the ultra-luxe Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso on the Riviera Maya. I have a butler
I arrived in Punta del Este knowing only its reputation as a ritzy beach town where South America's elite converge from January to March -- the summer months for most of the continent -- and its proximity to a year-old winery that has been much talked about in the food and wine world.
Yes, Canada does have beaches. And they're downright beautiful.
Seven things you need for guaranteed summer fun, from the all-important sunblock to products that help your legs look radiant.
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Summer appeared happened so quickly that you may not be quite prepared for fun in the sun. Indeed, despite an increasing awareness of the sun's risks, rates of melanoma -- the deadliest skin cancer -- have tripled over the past 35 years. I'm not a doctor, but I think that with such a pronounced risk, we need to be smart and protect our skin from harmful UV rays. However, not all sunscreens are created equally.
Planning a vacation to an idyllic tropical destination is never a bad idea, but it's not always feasible. Often, the further you go, the more you're likely to pay, but you don't have to leave the country to get the beachside escape you're craving -- you have more than enough options right at home.
Swipe your room key in the mirrored lobby of the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort and the elevators whisk you to your floor -- no buttons to press. This elegance and efficiency imbues the hotel where everything is, quite literally, elevated.
Trips across the border are becoming more expensive as the dollar continues to drop, but that isn't making our closest neighbour any less popular with Canadian travellers looking for that last summer vacation. Sneak in a wallet-friendly getaway before school starts!
When we think about tropical all-inclusive holidays, it's often done with the filter of escaping from another one of Canada's harsh winters. While that will always be a popular time to hit the beaches down south, it will also always be one of the most expensive times to travel to warmer climates.
When it comes to finding the perfect beach towel, most people agree there's a long list of criteria you'll want to check
As well, El Zócalo, Caleta y Caletilla, La Roqueta, and La Diana are being improved. In Caleta y Caletilla, a bridge will
The grand entryway definitely sets the tone for the grand property and epic stay that is sure to follow. For families in
2012-05-28-GermGuyBanner.jpg Many of us cannot wait for Mother Nature and journey to one of a plethora of pleasant places famous for their warmth. Amongst the most popular destinations, including Florida, California and the Caribbean, exist some of the most desirable beaches where millions congregate to take in the joys of sun, sea, sand, and unfortunately germs.
The speedometer read 140 km/h when I determined I could go faster than that. I hit 150, 160, pushed it to 165 for an exhilarating eight kilometres of joy riding that would surely cost me points, if not my license, in a jurisdiction other than Prince Edward Island.
It's no surprise that the royal baby tops my list--I will admit to being as excited as anyone when that baby was safely born. But what I can't help but think about is the pressure for Kate to emerge from the hospital and show off baby George, which she and Prince William did so graciously.
Although Toronto-based now, I was indeed born and raised on the island of Bermuda. However, after living away for some time, and recently attending my high school reunion, I am happy to report that a few things have remained the same.