As the summer approaches rapidly, it is time to dream out our beloved moments of relaxation – bracing the nature, the beach and ocean. Let’s be away from the city rush, away from chaos and just relax in the warm sapphire water. If you are looking for some places like that, the Song Saa Private Island Resort at the gulf of Thailand might be one of your options, where you can find untainted beaches, with sparkly white sands.
If you’ve began to plan your winter vocation and try to find some tropic heaven to escape the winter, Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort in the Philippines might be a choice for you. Located between the expanses of Puka Shell Beach’s white sand and the luscious hillside, the beautiful beach resort aid you in enjoying the perfect vacation with its breath-taking scenery and thoughtfully designed accommodations. Spacious balconies with daybeds in all rooms acquire sweeping views over the surroundings, preparing you for sleep while enjoying splendid sunsets. Stunning and beautiful place. I bet it will be an unforgettable experience to live there. [source]
Right now, most of us are busy with the coming holiday season. No matter you are still trying to find gifts for your beloved or enjoying various parties, sometimes, maybe you need take a breath and refresh yourself a bit. Tranquil and peaceful! Kind of weird mood for now, but it is exactly what I feel when I saw below photography by Canada-based photographer Jennifer Squires Ross. Ross specializes in taking peaceful landscape photos, meaning the kind that make you want to quiet your busy mind, brew some hot tea and just take a deep breath. Hope you enjoy these photos and cool your mind a bit before you get back the to heated holiday season. [source]
With the winter approaching and holiday season coming, have you made your plan for you holiday vocation? For people like me live in the cold city, the commonest desire is to go to some place hot with the beach and sun. Hence today we present this fascinating place of retreat called Ayada Maldives, in the lovely Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll district. [source]