Eat and Enjoy nature in Namibia

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A close friend of mine, Shauntay White recently travelled to Namibia.  Shauntay was nice enough to share one of her most special places she used to eat at in Namibia, ” it is a restaurant at the Okapuka Game Drive.  At the Drive, you can eat at a restaurant that overlooks the grounds.  It is not unusual to see animals out in the fields carelessly eating while you do the same. It is a very relaxing environment where you can truly appreciate nature and all of its wonders while enjoying a meal of your own.” 

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Simply a beautiful photograph capturing the hills on Namibia.

If you’d like to check out Shauntays personal blog, I’ve provided it below!

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Why should you go visit Utah?

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Two best friends, Lauren, a fellow on the entertainment team for Huffington Post, and Kellie an assistant for Alain Pinel realtors & O’dette mortgage group decided to take a road trip across the United States shortly after they had both received their undergraduate degrees.  Although the adventurous duo had experienced many states (road-tripped all the way from New Jersey to California), a favorite destination of theirs was Arches National Park in Utah.

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Lauren described herself as originally not being the most outdoorsy person, but explained that it “All changed when my friend Kellie and I stopped in Arches National Park in Utah this November. The landscape is truly unlike any other in the world. There are thousands of natural red rock formations throughout the park, but the big “must see” is the 1.5 mile hike to the Delicate Arch. Kellie and I were blown away by its size and beauty. I’m truly at a loss for words to ever do Arches justice.”

In addition, a short drive from Arches National Park and a nice way to end your day is at Moab Brewery a great place for “cheap burgers and craft beers.”

Where can you take a car ride into the clouds?

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Guanabara Bay, (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil

This cable car ride provides magnificent views of Rio’s bay, city, and beaches. 

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“The Sugarloaf cable car in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, one of the world’s best known attractions, has received over 37 million visitors since its opening in 1912.

The ride is divided into two stages, each lasting 3 minutes. The first stage goes from Praia Vermelha (Red Beach) to Morro da Urca (Urca Hill), at an altitude of 220 meters. The second stage goes from Morro da Urca to Sugarloaf Mountain at an altitude of 528 meters. Cable car speed varies from 21 to 31 kilometers per hour. Each car has a capacity for 65 passengers.”

http://gobrazil.about.com/od/riodejaneiro/ss/sugarloafcablecar.htm

Every tourist attraction has a cost: Adults= $27 , Children ages 6-12= $16 , Children under 6= No charge

Where can you comfortably swim into snow-capped mountains?

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The Cambrian Hotel, Switzerland

This heated pool is both beautiful by day and night with it’s magnificent location in the Swiss Alps.  While the outdoor pool features unique views where you feel as if you’re swimming into these snow-capped mountains, The Cambrian Hotel also offers an array of award winning spa services (among the top 20 swiss wellness hotels) that combine intriguing treatments like their mountain herb massage and blackberry wrap in conjunction with their relaxing atmosphere.  While the boutique hotel is fully loaded with all relaxation tools, you can escape outdoors to enjoy the more adventurous seasonal activities such as skiing (Winter), hiking, and biking (Summer).

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“We have 71 rooms altogether. All of them are en-suite and many of the suites have more than one shower or bathroom. Containing furniture from the likes of B&B Italia, Porada and Knoll International, as well as what was made locally, our bedrooms are the ultimate in comfort and style. All come with a flatscreen TV, DVD player and WiFi. The views from all our rooms are superb, particularly those facing south.”

If you’d like to learn more about The Cambrian Hotel take a look at their website – http://www.thecambrianadelboden.com/en/18/hotel.aspx