Twenty-two year old Swede, Lovisa Rosengren, chooses Gulmarg, Kashmir as her dream trip spot with Cody Townsend and Kalen Thorien. What was supposed to be a cultural trip, turns into so much more when a 3 meter storm rolls through the resort.
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The legendary Waikiki beach boys are being taken over by Dive Oahu, the company which won two surf concession stands in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The decision to move the iconic surf instructors away from the beach could put an end to a 100-year tradition that gave birth to surfing as a sport and pastime.
Dive Oahu is taking over two surf concession stands – Star Beachboys and Hawaiian Oceans – and will introduce uniforms and electronic filing systems in the business activity.
The new contractor says … More
1. Haleiwa, HI
Visions of clean, white-sand beaches, palm trees, and perfect surf usually accompany a first-time visit to Hawaii. But it’s not until you reach the country, away from Honolulu—the high-rise-laden, bustling nucleus of Pacific commerce and tourism—that you truly feel the “Hawaii” of your imagination. Haleiwa, the gateway to the seven miles of wave-filled wonder that are the North Shore, blends the stereotypical idyll of island leisure and a truly local-centric feel, while also providing the backdrop for the most substantial yearly aggregation of … More
A new index for 2017 has revealed the most bicycle-friendly cities around the world, with the results being correlated from 14 different factors such as biking facilities in each location, the culture surrounding cycling, urban planning, the perception of safety in each city and the availability of bike-share programmes.
Unsurprisingly, Copenhagen came out on top as the best city in the world for cycling, while the results also saw a selection of global destinations … More