Here’s Why I Love Punta Mita

Here’s Why I Love Punta Mita

I am always waxing lyrical to everyone I meet about how much I love Punta Mita and why I think they should go there on their next holiday. There really isn’t anything to dislike about the place, it’s heaven!

There are loads of hotels there but now Punta Mita vacation rentals are so good we are all spoiled for choice. So after you’ve sorted out your accommodation, here’s what you can look forward to.

World Famous Diving

Before I visited Punta Mita I had never been diving or even snorkeling, but there you will find some of the best diving in the world. It doesn’t matter, if like me, you have zero experience because they have some world class instructors to help you along. When you get under the sea you’ll be amazed by what you find – tropical fish, dolphins and even sea turtles. There’s also the chance to explore the reefs and underwater caves as well.

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Sell Your Car Online

Selling your car online is a great way to increase exposure to potential buyers well beyond your neighborhood or zipcode. Gone are the days of putting an ad in the newspaper or sticking a for sale sign on your car in hopes of landing a private sale based on passersby. There are so many buyers out there and geography or proximity are no longer limitations in finding them.

To get started, head over to Cars.com and begin creating a listing. If this is your first car listing on the site, you’ll need to start by creating an account. Once your account is created, click on the build new ad link. The basic package for selling your car on the site is free. This package includes up to five photos of the car, an active ad for one month with renewals for free and reports available to gauge how potential buyers are interacting with your ad. There is also a plus package on the site for $20 which includes 10 photos and a two month run,  and premium package which runs for 150 days and includes 15 photos and a free CarFax report.

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5 Things You Need To Do In Brooklyn

5 Things You Need To Do In Brooklyn

Brooklyn is one of my favourite parts of New York City, and it’s a neighbourhood that rivals Manhattan. I love all of Brooklyn’s quirks, with its interesting culture and fascinating corners that often get overlooked in favour of its bigger brother. I want to talk more about five things that you absolutely need to do whilst you are in Brooklyn. This article is the perfect opportunity for me to reflect and for you to learn more. I hope you enjoy it!

Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge, As Seen from Manhattan, New York City. Image via Wikimedia by Postdlf

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5 of the Best Markets to Visit in London

5 of the Best Markets to Visit in London

London is a huge place with so much to see and do. A lifetime is probably not enough time to to experience all of the things happening there. London is always changing, too, making it hard to keep up. If you are a Londoner, you know that visiting a market is one of the greatest ways to enjoy a weekend. Whether you want to buy flowers or clothing or eat some great food, markets in the best London neighbourhoods have great options to explore. Here are five of the best markets you should visit in London.

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What to Do When in Minneapolis

What to Do When in Minneapolis

Minneapolis has a lot going on, and it even has a twin city, St. Paul, right next door. There is so much to offer in terms of arts, culture, great food, and great hotels in Minneapolis. Everyone should visit, so hopefully this guide inspires you to plan a trip to the Twin Cities.

Take In the Sights of City Hall

This wonderful old building is a Minneapolis icon, with its green roof and stately architecture. It’s a fine example of early 20th-century architecture, and it was once one of the highest buildings in the city. The most interesting part has to be the marble ceiling, which is incredibly beautiful. Minneapolis City Hall is a great place to explore or simply admire from the outside.

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Things To Do In Jacksonville, Florida

Things To Do In Jacksonville, Florida

With a perfect location on the Atlantic Ocean, Jacksonville offers nature, beauty, and luxury. It is a place I always go when I am in Florida. It is always at the top of my list and holds its own against other great cities like Miami. Because I visit there so often I am always searching for the best things to do, and I wanted to share these with you. Read on to find out more about some of the best things to do in this wonderful city.

Panorama of the Jacksonville city skyline from across the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Jacksonville is the largest city in land area in the United States (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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A Travel Guide To El Paso, Texas

A Travel Guide To El Paso, Texas

El Paso is one of my favourite cities in Texas and one that doesn’t always get the love that it deserves. I thought that combining my love of this city with the fact that it’s relatively unknown would be a great topic for an article. I want to show you a bit more of what El Paso has to offer, so here is my guide. I hope you enjoy reading it.

Where to Stay

El Paso Skyline from the north. Image via Wikimedia by LC Rogers

El Paso has a number of high-quality accommodation options that I love trying out when I’m in town. From boutique hotels to family friendly hotels, there are many IHG hotel options in El Paso to choose from. Find a hotel in close proximity to your itinerary to limit the amount of traveling day to day. There’s something here for every kind of traveler, so it’s a great place to visit.

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Wardrobe Tips For Men

Wardrobe Tips For Men

Men need all the help that they can get when it comes to wearing the right clothes, especially since that it is relatively new that men are getting into and experimenting with fashion. I thought that this would be a great reason to write a little something about what men should wear to look extra special. So read on to find out more and I hope you enjoy reading about it.

Invest in accessories

Accessories are the perfect way to jazz up an outfit and add a level of polish that other guys only dream about. Experimentation is key here and you could try out many different things. I really like to have a very nice belt or a nice watch to make sure things pop. You may not think that these are important, but these small details truly make a big difference. You can get some really great belts, bags and other accessories from great shops like Mainline Menswear.

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HOW TO SPEND A LONG WEEKEND IN CAMBRIDGE

HOW TO SPEND A LONG WEEKEND IN CAMBRIDGE

This post is originally posted by Mary Chong on 27/05/2017 on Calculated Traveller.

A trip to Cambridge, Massachusetts, is a journey through history, art galleries, museums, and higher learning. Throw in some shopping and some good eats, and you have the perfect long weekend getaway.

GET EDUCATED AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY

Areeda Hall, Harvard Law School, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

No trip to Cambridge is complete without a visit to Harvard University — the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. Famous alumni of this prestigious university include John F. Kennedy, Barak Obama, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates. Tours, both guided and self-guided, are available. You can choose among a number of Cambridge hotels that will keep you close to the sights and attractions you enjoy.

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How to Spend a Weekend in Charlotte

How to Spend a Weekend in Charlotte

English: ImaginOn

English: ImaginOn (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This post is originally posted by Andi Fisher on 28/04/2017 on Misadventures with Andi.

The South is steeped in history that spans much more than Southern belles, debutante balls, or Sunday barbecues with smoked meats and crawfish boils. In the past decade, there’s been a revival of the Old South with a new spin, particularly when it comes to the food scene.

Many local chefs are going back to their roots and celebrating Southern cuisine with long forgotten ingredients and menu items. These chefs are also evolving the culinary history of the South by drawing on newer immigrant cultures. It’s this mixing of the Old South with the new that makes a weekend in Charlotte a must.

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