Perth is the fourth most populated city in Western Australia. Known for its year-round sunshine and relaxed atmosphere, it’s the perfect place to get away and have fun. You’ll find great beaches, trendy restaurants and bars and lively nightclubs. If you’re looking for fun-filled travel and adventure, Perth has has it all.
Hit The Beach
Cottesloe Beach, located about 15 minutes outside the city, is one of Western Australia’s most popular beaches for swimming and snorkeling with its crystal clear waters. Large waves also make it a popular destination for surfers and body boarders. Cottesloe Beach offers a relaxing atmosphere that’s perfect for relaxing in the sun or watching the sunset over the Indian Ocean.
Next to the beach, there’s a large, shaded grassy area, the Cottesloe Esplanade, that’s a great spot for a picnic lunch and a cold drink. Along the Marine Parade, you’ll find hip cafes and bars where you can get a beach side meal and a beer. If you want to explore another nearby beach, follow the Oceanway path by foot or bicycle. The Oceanway provides easy access between beaches.
It is coming round to that time of year again, where we are all planning the next family holiday. Of course, the list of holiday destinations is seemingly endless and the choices we are faced with are many. Everyone appears to have their dream holiday destination and the recommendations from friends and family come in thick and fast when you tell them of your summer holiday plans. The more daunting task seems to be planning a holiday that is suitable for the whole family to enjoy. Sometimes, we are keen to play it safe, holiday-wise, and take the family back to the same resort that we go to every year. The tried and tested holiday, however, means that we can stuck in a rut, and the whole affair becomes increasingly humdrum.
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Taking the family to a new destination is an exciting prospect. Take a look at the top family destinations for 2014:
Our enduring love affair with France never seems to fade, and this little gem, hidden in the South of France is a beautiful part of the country. Beautifully preserved, the charming little town is a quiet place for relaxation and serenity. Perfect for families with older children, as they will be able to appreciate this quaint little town in all its glory.
Planning a trip to South Africa? Don’t miss to book a wine tour at Cape Winelands. Take advantage of the Franschhoek Wine Tram hop-on hop-off tour to discover the picturesque vine yards’ spectacular scenery, feel the warm hospitality, fine wine tasting and world-class cuisines.
The Cape Winelands is situated in the Western Cape Province located in the south-western tip of the African continent. It is known as one of the “pearls” of South Africa’s rural and small-town sub-regions. The district that offers visitors a one-of-a-kind experience while roaming around the wine farms. Continue reading
Organizations save time and money when they outsource their conference, trade show and employee events. In today’s business climate, organizations find themselves with employees who simply can’t afford to spend time setting up meetings and events; overextended employees and shrinking budgets have caused most businesses to reconsider how they divvy up their time.
If you think you’ve already explored much of California, you might find yourself lacking in experience with the wild and outdoor adventures that this diverse state has to offer. A short weekend could be enough for you to leave the busy streets of San Francisco and take a journey with your friends and family to discover wildlife and nature at its best. So if you are up to some camping, hiking and picnicking, the Sequoia National Park is the destination for you.
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National parks do give us a calming and relaxing feeling with its beautiful scenery and landscapes. On the other hand, they also challenge our physical fitness with lots of sporty activities and adventures that they provide. These parks also give us new knowledge about the flora and fauna within it. You can find the world’s largest tree in this park named the General Sherman Tree and a Sequoia-rimmed meadow called the “gem of the Sierra.”
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The Sequoia National Park became a popular destination because of warm and beautiful weather in the summer and cooler and colorful scenery during fall. Nights in this national park is filled with relaxing starry skies made for camping. This place is less busy that the Yellowstone and the Kings Canyon so you have better chances of bonding with your family and enjoying your break to the fullest.