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Caribbean idylls, Mediterranean shipwrecks and Norwegian crags: The world’s 50 best beaches revealed… so is your version of paradise on the list? The best beach is Grace Bay in the Caribbean archipelago of Turks and Caicos, according to FlightNetwork Travel site compiled opinions from more than 600 travel journalists, editors, bloggers and agencies for its list Coming in at number two is Whitehaven Beach in Australia; at number three is Anse Lazio in The Seychelles The United States has the most of any country at six; North America has the most of any continent at 17 By Forrest Hanson For Dailymail.com From the northernmost reaches of Norway to the tropical oases of the Caribbean and the South Pacific, the world is graced with stunningly beautiful beaches. Powder white beaches ...

Is Cinnamon Hill Jamaica’s best golf course?

Montego Bay Jamaica is blessed with warm waters, great hotels, friendly people and a great location between the mountains and the coast. The area is also gifted with some great golf. On the east side of Montego Bay is the area known as Rose Hall. Several 5 star resorts call this are home as do many great houses 10,000 sq ft plus. Among these homes you can find one that still belongs to the Cash family and was originally built by music icon Johnny Cash. While not really visible any more due to the growth of the trees and jungle like vegetation of Jamaica, as you walk the back nine of Cinnamon Hill Golf Course your caddie may pull a couple leaves from a tree to show you why the course gets its name. And then turn and point off to the left to where Johnny and June built their retirement home ...

Can you have a cottage oasis in your back yard?

Is a cottage necessary to get away from it all? So I’ve always wanted a cottage. We were a farm family growing up and so my summers were spent mucking and haying. Occasionally I’d get to visit my cousins at their cottages and get to swim and roast marshmallows. Then I’d head back to the farm and tattoo a calf. Such outdoor adventure you can’t imagine. But I also went to camp. A glorious two week period in early July where I’d canoe, sail, swim and sleep outdoors. Deep in the heart of the Canadian Shield I learned how peaceful a one acre slab of granite was. How calming a quiet forest can be. I understood the energy a tree has and can pass to you if you just let it. So as I entered adulthood with┬ájobs, mortgages, wives, kids and stress I longed for the spiritua...