Grace L. Suryani on June 10th, 2017

In “Moby-Dick,” Herman Melville famously called “lonely” Nantucket an “elbow of sand” that was “all beach, without a background.” The description is more appealing today. The 14-mile-long island, once a refuge for persecuted Quakers, is now a summer refuge for the global elite. But don’t worry, the one-percenters haven’t completely taken over. Thirty miles southeast […]

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Grace L. Suryani on February 28th, 2017

That’s right, DEADLIEST Beaches. I know that writing posts about “the most beautiful beaches to visit” is probably more of what is expected, but read along, even the deadliest beaches can be a thing of beauty. All depends on how its perceived. When you hear the word beach, you automatically see images of fine white sand, crystal clear […]

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Grace L. Suryani on June 8th, 2014

If you love visiting Long Island, NY as much as we do, you know the favorites, like Jones Beach, the Montauk Lighthouse and The Hamptons, ect…but Im going to share with you a few awesome “hidden” local favorites! (As per LI Newsday) http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/hidden-spots-on-long-island-1.8178981 http://www.instantworldbooking.com/new_york.php     Link to this post!

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