With the Pacific Ocean and Tofino to the west and the Atlantic and Halifax to the east, Canada is no stranger to great surf. But there is a lesser known third coast: the Great Lakes. With more than 10,000 kilometers of coastline that create a mix of beach and point breaks, the Great Lakes have plenty of spots where you can catch a freshwater wave.
Surfers here are a dedicated crew: without ocean tides to produce swells, conditions can be fickle. Hurricane…Continue
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Being new at TBEX, we thought it would be only appropriate to introduce ourselves to fellow travel enthusiasts.
So, what is Beachionary?
Beachionary is a new social platform dedicated to discover and promote the best beaches from all around the world.
The idea behind the just recently launched Beachionary is simple but also ambitious. We want to create a complete online guide for beaches that can help users…
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After a long but comfortable flight from LAX via London, we arrived in South Africa. After we quickly settled in to our 'Backpacker's' guest house in the area known as Seapoint, we put on our walking shoes and took a scenic hour's walk towards Camp's Bay. The wild coast of Cape Town is a wonderland of spectacular vistas.Continue
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This is a post from my blog about a trip I did over the summer. I thought I would add it here so I have some content. I am working on lots more so stay tuned!
Just four hours from Sydney up the F3 is the…Continue
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