Ko Tao Thailand

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Ko Phangan, Thailand

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St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, Caribbean

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São Tome and Príncipe, West Africa

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Koh Tarutao, Thailand

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Boracay Island Philippines

Boracay Island, Philippines

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Getting to the Bahamas is Easier than Ever

Attention All Pilots: PARADISE IS LESS THAN AN HOUR AWAY… Tropical breezes, palm trees, sugar sand beaches, warm clear waters, friendly folks, fresh sea food, cold beer and of course some of the most beautiful islands in the world. So easy even a Light Sport Aircraft can do it… The Islands of The Bahamas now welcomes Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA). The Bahamas now accepts the certification of U.S

Getting to the Bahamas is Easier than Ever

Newest City in China is a Tiny, Remote Island

Newest City in China is a Tiny, Remote Island The newest city in China is a small and remote island outpost located in a zone of highly disputed territory in the South China Sea. Only just large enough to accommodate a runway for aircrafts, the island known as Sansha already has a hospital, bank, post office and supermarket. Conditions in the fledgling city have been described as salty, hot, harsh and humid with no fresh water available save what is collected from the rain or shipped in via freighter

Newest City in China is a Tiny, Remote Island