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JOSELITO’S BEACH BAR

Joselito’s Beach Bar is a rinky-dink hole-in-the wall establishment that amazingly provides 5 star service. It’s not the fanciest place on the beach, but it has everything you need to feel at home unless you were raised in a mansion in Beverly Hills. The restaurant is on a beach with the prettiest sand. I often […]

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THE NEST BEACH BAR AND RESTAURANT 

Situated on Valley Church Beach on the island of Antigua is a beach bar and restaurant called The Nest. After a swim in the beach’s pristine waters, The Nest is the perfect place to delight in authentic Antiguan cuisine. I ordered a plate of conch with peas and rice. Conch is a dish I’ve enjoyed […]

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FEELING JOLLY AT JOLLY BEACH

The goal is to not just have a life, but to live. Live like there’s no tomorrow. Laugh like you heard the funniest joke. Give the longest, tightest hugs like you can’t let go. Take a moment to simply enjoy the moment. Allow yourself a moment where you stop counting calories and complaining about a […]

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HARRAHS GULF COAST

A day trip to Biloxi, Mississippi was just what we needed to detox after the craziest night in New Orleans.  As a woman from the East Coast visiting the Gulf Coast, I must admit I didn’t have high expectations.  It was nice going from our usual visits to Atlantic City to the warmth in the […]

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SENSES RIVIERA MAYA BY ARTISAN

We stayed at Senses Riviera Maya by Artisan – an exclusive, adults-only, beachfront resort with large, beautifully appointed rooms. Check-in was a breeze and the staff went above and beyond to make us feel at home. The resort is clean. The room’s spacious shower has a rainfall shower head, which I really enjoyed. Next to […]

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GRAND LAGUNA BEACH

We checked-in to our two bedrooms, two bathrooms condo in a quiet, gated community in Cabarete. No amazing restaurants within walking distance, no party atmosphere, just a pool, a secluded beach and a bar near the condo’s pool area. Grand Laguna Beach operates as a hotel, but it’s actually a residential condominium. I loved our […]

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