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... and other romantic secrets in the heart of the state. (Reprinted from the Tampa Bay Times Annual Florida Travel Section.) Central Florida’s lakeshores are lovingly dotted with romantic retreats, and the drive alone sets the tone for amour. Find yourselves on two-lane, tree-canopied roads, with forests and farms as far you can see.
Sarasota has not only earned its moniker as the "Cultural Capital of Florida," it could easily lay claim to the...
One by one, furry little heads appear above the water’s surface. The critters pop up and down like kids in a bounce house. And they’re having just as much fun. Wander along a Cape Town beach and you’ll probably see their large, long, unmistakable footprints in the sand.
St. Augustine is rich in history, and in the late 1800s, "rich" was the operative word.
It’s Saturday night at Humala River Lodge. The African sun is slipping into the horizon as you take your seat around a blazing boma fire. The primal drumbeats are powerful and evocative… you can actually feel the sound in your soul.
The dance is carefully choreographed and punctuated with dexterous jumps, fancy footwork and high kicks to rival Broadway’s Rockettes. Strength and endurance are key to executing the vigorous yet graceful moves; the spectacle is nothing short of mesmerizing.