Crop Circles: Wiltshires ongoing mystery

Crop Circles
Wiltshires’ ongoing mystery

by Keith Kellett

The county of Wiltshire, in the west of
England is famous for its circles. The best known, probably, is the huge
stone circle at Stonehenge, followed by the bigger circles at Avebury,
thirty miles north. Less well known is the site of the circle of wooden
posts … concrete pillars now mark where they were … at Durrington, near
Stonehenge, at a site now known, naturally, as Woodhenge.

Recent excavations have revealed an ancient village near Woodhenge, where
it’s been suggested the builders of Stonehenge had their homes. So, now I’m
wondering if Woodhenge was possibly a ‘mock-up’ of its more famous neighbour.

Over the last two or three decades, Wiltshire has been noted for circles of
another kind. Mysterious patterns have been appearing in crops, to be erased
at harvest time. They have been appearing in other counties, too, as well as
in other countries, but Wiltshire seems to receive most.

Simple circles had been appearing in farmers’ crops for generations, but the
media didn’t start taking an interest until the early 1980s. By 1990,
however, the new phenomenon had changed from simple circular patterns into
massive and complex geometric formations. Then, they really caught the
public imagination, especially as many of them could be found around ancient
sites such as Stonehenge, Avebury and Silbury Hill, the largest manmade
mound in Europe.

Theories as to their origin abounded. Were they maybe caused by freak
weather conditions? Or, the down-draught from military helicopters, often
seen over Wiltshire.

Some even dismissed their cause as rutting hedgehogs! A few believed that
they were messages from other worlds, although many others said, if that
were so, surely any passing extra-terrestrials would have left a message we
could understand.

Could they, suggested one wag, be the intergalactic equivalent of ‘Kilroy
Wuz Here’? Or, the equivalent of a giant game of noughts-and-crosses?

At that stage, human activity was discounted; after all, I had passed one in
a field I knew to have been empty half an hour before, because I had flown
over it in a helicopter.
Farmers declared it was nothing to do with them. Usually, thousands of
pounds worth of damage had been done to their crops, which some of them
recouped by charging admission to their fields and sometimes, producing
souvenirs. Others weren’t so lucky. The ‘key pattern’, which appeared in a
field near the village of Alton Barnes was reproduced on the cover of a Led
Zeppelin album.

‘I only got a copy of the LP out of it!’ said the farmer, ruefully.

Near Alton Barnes, at a village called Honey Street, a pub called The Barge
stands beside the Kennet and Avon Canal. Surprisingly, though, there’s very
little canal and barge memorabilia there, just a painted milk-churn in one
corner, some decorated plates in another and a model of a canal narrow-boat
in a display case.

The back bar is different, though; in fact, it’s probably unique. Over the
years, it’s become the unofficial headquarters for ‘circle-watchers’ …
they prefer to call themselves cereologists, but are more often called
‘Croppies’.

So, it’s been decorated with a map showing the location of almost every
circle or pattern reported so far, and photographs of most of them are on
display. One wall is almost covered with a bulletin board, upon which the
Croppies can post information, or leave messages for one another. Any blank
wall … and the ceiling … has been painted with a mural by artist Vince
Palmer, showing some of the best-known patterns.

Media interest began to wane in the late 1990s. For many years, people had
been coming forward, and claiming they had been responsible for the crop
circles. Few believed them at first … I suppose it could be claimed that
they didn’t want to believe them … but much weight was added to their cause
when they gave a demonstration of crop circle making of TV.

But, although the media have decided the circles are no longer newsworthy,
and packed up their cameras and moved on, the circle-watchers aren’t
convinced that all has been explained.

They admit that some of the circles could be due to human activity … indeed,
those bearing recognizable trade-marks certainly are.

2006 was a fairly quiet year for circle activity; the peak seems to have
been in 1999 … but, what will 2007 bring? The ‘season’ starts around April
or May, so if you’re anywhere in the world … but in England or Wiltshire in
particular … watch those cornfields carefully. You never know what you might
see!

NOTE: Having
written for fun while serving in the Royal Air Force, Keith Kellett
developed his hobby into a business when he retired. He has published in
many print magazines, and on the Web., and is presently trying to get his
head around blogging, podcasting and video.

For more information on this unique phenomena, there is now a whole
website, telling their history, and how to make a crop circle, at www.circlemakers.org. The best website for circle-watchers is
www.cropcircleconnector.com. You can find out about the latest sightings,
and report your own, here.

Heads Up: Denmark, Where Joy Is Always in Season

Based on Gallup data collected from 2010-2012, the survey looks at measures like life expectancy, social support, freedom to make life choices, and perceptions of corruption and generosity. Denmark nudged out Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Sweden.

The survey offers no pat explanation for why Denmark is No. 1. Another report, “Danish Happiness, Explained,” sets out to address that question. Economic prosperity helps, but it’s not the whole story.

“First, we share the world record in trust with Norway and Sweden,” said Christian Bjornskov, an economics professor at Aarhus University who consulted on the Danish report by the newly formed Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen. “The second factor is a strong belief in personal freedom — that you can always change things in your own life.”

During the happiest season of all — as the Christmas song goes — it seemed fitting to explore Copenhagen, a fairy-tale city that Hans Christian Andersen called home. In colder months, as the sky spits sleet on dark nights, Copenhagen transforms into a wonderland. Stroget, the city center’s tangle of pedestrian streets, is festive with decorations. In the fabled Christmas markets, visitors may find themselves succumbing to holiday cheer with a mug of warm glogg (mulled, spiced wine), which has been known to inspire hygge, Danish for coziness and good spirits.

For the Danish, the Christmas spirit is palpable even in July. Since 1957, Denmark has hosted the World Santa Claus Congress during that month, when portly, reference-checked professional Santas compete at the World Santa Claus Championships on an obstacle course in the Nisseskoven (Pixie Forest). Teams of Santas throw sacks of presents, climb ice mountains, slide down chimneys and even do Zumba dance workouts.

Northern Europe’s biggest Christmas market takes place at Tivoli Gardens, near the city’s Central Station. Tivoli covers 20 acres and hosts roughly 900,000 visitors (mostly Danes) each season (Vesterbrogade 3; 45-3315-1001; tivoli.dk/en; ages 8 and over, 95 Danish kroner, or $18 at 5.35 kroner to the dollar; under 8 with an adult, free).

Tivoli’s dazzling decorations light up the night with replicas of a Chinese pagoda, St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow, even an Arabian palace. Santa’s spit and image poses for photos near live reindeer in the Nordic Village. Daredevils squeal on 29 carnival rides, including a wooden roller coaster that will be a century old next year. Dozens of vendors sell woolens, furs, nutcracker dolls and enough lollipops to make a dentist wince.

“It’s a good place to explore the ways of the Danes,” said Ellen Dahl, a spokeswoman for Tivoli Gardens. “It’s sort of the essence of Christmas.”

Hojbro Plads, one of Copenhagen’s prettiest squares on Stroget, hosts a Danish- and German-influenced Christmas market (Hojbro Plads; 45-2125-9340; julemarked.nu). Christmas trees sparkle with hundreds of ornaments. A roly-poly snowman guards the entrance. It’s tempting to sacrifice too many kroner here — maybe buy a woolen hat with silvery snowflakes. While sipping hot cocoa and munching a kringle, the pretzel-shaped pastry whose image hangs above Danish bakeries, you may feel like a child again.

At Nyhavn Christmas Market (Nyhavn; nyhavn.com), near the Royal Danish Playhouse, vendors set up stalls alongside the quaint Nyhavn canal. A former maritime quarter, Nyhavn features spiffed-up historic ships against a backdrop of powder-blue, orange and yellow 18th-century houses. Try aebleskiver (Danish pancakes with sugar and jam), and revive childhood memories of yuletide sugar highs.

What inspires such merriment? Santa (a.k.a. Soren Moller Pedersen, 52, a children’s theater actor and drummer) provided a clue. Soon to start his fourth season at Tivoli, Santa responded candidly (via email; it’s high season) about his career path.

“It was a natural choice,” he said, “to try to fill, in real life, one of the most sweet and loved characters in the world, without becoming a ‘Ho Ho’ superficial cliché.”

Article source: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/15/travel/denmark-where-joy-is-always-in-season.html?partner=rssemc=rss

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A Travelista’s Carry On Necessities!

Hello fellow Travel Freaks! With summer right around the corner, it’s time to pack your bags and take a trip somewhere tropical or adventurous or wherever your wanderlust is taking you. But ladies–we all know how difficult it is to stay as fabulous as we are in economy airplane seats. So read this guide on what to keep in your carry on to turn the airplane runway into your personal red carpet!

1. Bento Box with healthy snacks

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2. Chic reusable water bottle

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If you don’t have a reusable water bottle by now, I don’t know how you’ve survived this far. Reusable water bottles are eocfriendly and save you ridiculous costs at the airport or on the plane. Plus, then whatever adventures you go on during your trip you’ll have it! Check out these super cute designs from EarthLust–added bonus: they even have reusable baby bottles!

3. Pashmina

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Pashmina: the miracle fabric! On the airplane, a blanket or a pillow. Off the plane, a cute scarf! What more could you want? Find awesome designs here at Scarves.com.

4. Sanitation products galore

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Alright, I’m not a germaphobe, but planes are super gross and who wants to be sick with something during vacation? My list: Emergen-C, anti-bacterial wipes (travel size), hand sanitizer (travel size). You can find really awesome smelling hand sanitizers at Bath & Body Works.

5. Eye Mask

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Eye masks are absolutely essential for long haul flights (or short ones; go ahead girl you need your beauty sleep!) Try this cute fox mask from Etsy!

6. Wipes for your Face/Glasses/Body

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We all know that planes make you feel not so fresh. Bring travel size face wipes, glasses wipes, sanitary wipes and body wipes with a refreshing scent.

7. Fresh Breath Must-haves

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Especially on long-haul flights when you know you’ll be sleeping, bring a travel size toothbrush and mini toothpaste. To help pop your ears and keep your breath fresh, bring a travel size pack of gum or mints.

8. A Spare Change of Clothes

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As a rule I always pack the one thing that I’d absolutely hate to lose. In addition, I like to have a few changes of clothes just in case they lose my luggage or I want/need to change mid-flight. (Turbulence sure is way worse when you’re holding a cup of coffee.)  Bonus tip: bring a crappy pair of socks to wear on the plane so your feet don’t get gross. Check out A Beautiful Mess for more outfits!

9. All of your valuables

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Always always ALWAYS pack your jewelry, documents and electronics in your carry on. You never know who is handling your packed luggage or if they’ll be lost! Check out these super cute jewelry pouches.

10. Entertainment!

Last, but not least: entertainment. I love to bring a book, my Nintendo DS (don’t judge) and iPod for endless hours of entertainment, especially since I can’t afford the astronomical prices of inflight movies. Boo.

What’s your carry on essential?



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Tis American Beer Week which means resounding cheers can be heard from men with liver problems and college kids alike! It isn’t like we have a month long festival (shout out to Germany’s Oktoberfest), but we are at least trying to live up the hype in our boring American lives. The truth of the matter is, although beer games create the best stories, the most emotional life chats, and the greatest ideas, there is so much more to the drink than what appears on the surface…

…you see, in 1301… just kidding. God only knows when people starting turning to the drink to fix their problems, but the process of making beer is not only interesting; it is a craft. People can make fun of each other for drinking different craft beers, but really it is an art form. Lucky enough for us Americans, tons of different breweries are popping up all over the United States. Whether it be  small time beer companies or large corporations, these breweries offer visitors nothing short of an experience. Based off a census conducted by The Brewer’s Association, Travel Freak has compiled a list of all the awesome breweries to visit in America for American Beer Week. Cheers!

Anheuser-Busch Inc.

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Anheuser-Busch Inc. is the distributor of America’s favorite beer: Budweiser. Take a tour at any of there breweries in St. Louis, Missouri, Fairfield, California, Jacksonville, Florida, Fort Collins, Colorado, Merrimack, and New Hampshire. Enjoy a beer school class, tour of the brewery, a sample tasting from the finishing tank, and at some locations visit the famous Clydesdale stables!

MillerCoors

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MillerCoors has been making their special brand of beers for over 155 years now. Their tour in Milwaukee, Wisconsin features an informational session on the packaging and distribution of the beer, a tour of the “caves”, and a beer tasting at the end of the walking tours.

The Boston Beer Co.

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The Boston Beer Co. is the distributor of Sam Adams. The factory, located in Jamaica Plain, Boston, is like a typical tour, tasting, learning etc., but the tour is free!

Harpoon Brewery

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Just another brewery in Boston: the Harpoon Factory produces IPA beer for the masses. The tour is an excellent way to get a taste fro IPA’s, which are often a harsher blend of beer. As on October specialty, the factory is hosting Oktoberfest tours.

Brooklyn Brewery

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The Brooklyn Brewery, located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, used to be a small factory that only hosted small tours. Now the factory boasts bustling crowds trying to visit. See how the lager is made and then enjoy some NY pizza. Nothing like it.

Shipyard Brewing Co.

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Shipyard is famous for its Pumpkinhead beer that tastes just like fall. The brewery is in Portland, Maine and is smaller than other breweries, but still one of the best. It’s tours aren’t as in depth, but the beer is fantastic!

Which brewery tour will you choose?

My Hopi Friend

Last year, in my various
travels as Director of Horizons To Go, I spent some time in the American
Southwest and another month in Thailand and Vietnam. When we left Vietnam, my
husband became totally teary eyed as he embraced our guide, a wonderful young
man in his mid-twenties, to say goodbye. The experience of travel has become my
passion, I think, because each trip is an education. Each travel experience
blesses me with new friends who are people with entirely different histories,
from different cultures, with unique geographies and cuisines. Yet we have a
commonality of spirit, soul and interests that is powerful. I believe this is
what so moved my husband. 

When you go back to visit the
friends you�ve made, you are often invited i
nto
a different world. In the Southwest, I have a friend named Jean Sahme who is a
terrific and spirited woman. She is a Hopi potter who lives on First Mesa near
the town of Polacca in Arizona. Jean�s kitchen is the source of much of her
creativity � she�s a fabulous cook and her kitchen is also her pottery
studio. The huge pot she�s holding in the photo here was not done with a
wheel; it was all laboriously built from coils of clay and then decoratively
glazed with a brush that has the merest thread of a bristle, which Jean makes
from a yucca plant. She fires her pots in her back yard, using sheep dung and
wood for fuel in the traditional Hopi way, and they are glorious.
(Incidentally, she also digs raw clay straight from the surrounding hills.) 

In fact,
Jean comes from a long pottery tradition � working with clay is part of her
heritage, as well as an integral part of her persona and worldview. 
Her great-great-grandmother was the famous Hopi potter, Nampeyo.
Nampeyo�s legacy and the Hopi culture continue to be passed down, mother to
daughter and son, each generation responsible to the past and for the future.
Having been a potter before I started Horizons over two decades ago, I love
Jean�s unveiling of the new pieces she�s working on each time I am lucky
enough to visit and to see her again. 

Jean is
just one of a myriad of distinguished Native American artists who live and work
in the expansive landscape of the Four Corners area of our high Southwest. This
powerfully beautiful region has for generations been home to the vibrant
creative spirit of Pueblo, Hopi and Navajo potters, jewelers, basket makers,
weavers, kachina makers and wood carvers. Though many of them are relatively
unknown, they are some of our nation�s pre-eminent artists. This is a region
that, untouched in many places by tourism, is a privilege and true education to
visit and savor.

Sun Sea Resort

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Located at a very convenient distance from the airport Sun Sea Resort is one of the finest luxury resorts in Port Blair. Excellent accommodation, lots of other interesting facilities make the stay here a full of fun and relaxation.
Situated in a modern complex, Sun Sea Resort, has a laid back ambiance and offers an interesting stay here.

Accommodation:
The accommodation in Sun Sea Resort Port Blair boasts of guest rooms which are spacious and well appointed. Wooded polish floor, bright hued walls and wooden furnitures lend the guest rooms an interesting look. Facilities like, en-suite bathroom, satellite TV, telephone with direct dialing and attentive room services make the stay in Sun Sea Resort a luxurious one.

Dining:
A multi cuisines restaurant of Sun Sea Resort offers delectable cuisines ranging from Indian, Chinese, Continental and regional options. The guests here can also have a taste of the gourmet dishes served here. The food prepared here by the in house chef is delight to have and savour.

Business & Banquet Facilities:
Sun Sea Resort Port Blair offers excellent business facility also. The hotel has facility like Internet, phone, fax and any other aid provided by the Sun Sea Resort which in turn helps in the smooth running of the business interactions and events.

Other Facilities of the Resort:
There is a lot to do in Port Blair. While staying in the Sun Sea Resort the guests can indulge in lots of adventure activities. Scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing are just a few of the activities that would interest the guests of the resort. The resort also organizes sight seeing trips for the guests to the central jail, Viper and Ross Island and other places of tourist interest. A visit to Port Blair and a stay in Sun Sear Resort will leave a memorable mark on the mind of the traveler.

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Rab Vapour-Rise Pull-On Initial Analysis

In 1981, Rab Carrington started a small company in Sheffield. He drew on his own mountaineering experience to manufacture lightweight down clothing and sleeping bags. From the outset, he committed himself to high quality products and an ethos which was to design garments for the “new breed of lightweight alpinist” and which were designed “for the most extreme conditions in the world”. Since then, Rab has become one of the most highly regarded outdoor clothing manufacturers in the United Kingdom, with a steadily growing presence in Europe and the US. I have always been a fan of Rab, but my clothing selection is predicated on particular needs rather than brand loyalty. I do not, in fact, have much Rab clothing at all but I was looking forward to the incoming parcel.



The Rab Vapour-Rise series was recommended to me. The V-R Pull-On is my newest purchase and, at 548g for a size large, it sits well with ultralight principles in that it is an item versatile enough to be used in a variety of theatres. The Vapour Rise  series was developed through Rab’s collaboration with Pertex to provide a 2 layer (single garment) system that offered windproof, breathable, high wicking and quick drying performance clothing. It has a Pertex Equilibrium shell with a DWR treatment and wicking micro-fleece inner. In this sense, it is designed to be worn next to the skin, as well as above a wicking base layer. The Pertex Equilibrium shell is not a membrane fabric so it more breathable than Gore-Tex or eVent. The DWR treatment is not waterproof, of course, but it is water resistant and I will come to that in due course. That it is not waterproof sits with what the V-R series seeks to achieve – an athletic garment that performs across a multitude of environments and activities.

When I pulled the V-R from its plastic packing sheath, I will admit to some excitement. It comes with a reputation. It is my intention, primarily, to use this as my principal garment for the CHR. I’ll explain how, later. It will, however, be taken on early-to-mid spring and mid-to-late autumn trips in the UK, either next to the skin, or with a base-layer, depending on the weather. I’ve used it on a few walks wearing nothing but a Montane Bionic SS crew in temperatures down to 6C and in strong wind on the North Downs and the Surrey Hills. So far, it has proved to be more than adequate. It’s comfortable and pleasant to wear. It breathes so effectively for active movement that I have yet to experience a bead of sweat whilst wearing it. It will require a more forceful reckoning but I am quietly confident that it will achieve a level of performance that most Pertex garments do.




The dappled Pertex equilibrium is soft to the touch – unlike the hard crispness of Microlight and silky sheen of Quantum. It has a durability that is unlike Microlight or Quantum too. I ran a tap directly onto the fabric for 30 seconds – all the water rolled off like a river over wet rock. The fabric remained totally dry with no evidence of wetting out. For a ‘water resistant’ fabric, this was startling. I don’t see this being a cause for shedding a waterproof shell layer but the circumstances in which the deployment of a shell layer would become necessary are diminishing. Something that I confess to having a good deal of pleasure in.




The addition of features is sparing but considered. Small, thin wrist velcro adjusters; a voluminous, adjustable hood, with a malleable visor, in the same fabric marriage as the rest of the pull-on meaning warmth and weather resistance in the hood as well as elsewhere; deep, dual zip on the chest to permit venting; venting too through the two well-placed pockets (they do not, for example, restrict access with a rucksack on); one-handed hem adjustment toggles and a Napoleon pocket. This latter is big enough for smaller items but I am not one for these pockets anyway so I paid it little attention.


The inner lining has the feel of a thin microfleece and is soft and smooth to the touch. It is not laminated to the Pertex outer, meaning a degree of movement which makes the garment easier to wear.




This is a top to be used as a base layer, mid-layer, both or either. Wear one, and then another on top if you so desire. Breathability is still excellent. It’s lovely against the skin too – far more so than, say, the Montane Prism 2.0 jacket. It’s warm too, even on its own. With the Bionic only underneath, at 6C with considerable wind, I was only just about feeling the chill – more a kind of vague sense of it, rather than a direct assault on my warmth. I’m impressed with this versatile top and I can see it being a utility top for me – not quite perfect in any one environment but damn near in many. On the Classic Haute Route, I will use it alone in cooler weather; then as the altitude gets higher and the atmosphere colder, I will add short sleeved base layer to the mix. I can then replace that short-sleeved base layer with the Patagonia R1 Hoody above 3,000m and in really cold weather, as we might expect getting on for 4,000m, both will fit beneath the V-R. That’s what makes this top so versatile.

Cheap Holidays To Bahamas For Spring Break

Cheap Holidays To Bahamas For Spring Break

Spring break in the Bahamas is a busy time. The season runs all of March. If you are looking for cheap holidays to Bahamas for spring break you are going to be surprised when you see that everyone has the same thoughts. It is a fantastic time and everyone visits the beaches shop restaurants and the nightclubs. Spring breakers enjoy dolphin tours dinner cruises powerboats fishing jeep safaris Jet Ski tours kayaking trips and party cruises. If you are going for the week you can do all these things and have a memorable Bahamas holiday. There is something for everyone to do even lazing around on the beaches while waiting for the parting to start at night.

The Jet Ski tour is amazing. You are taken to some of the most remote places around the islands. You can see some wildlife colorful birds and marine life. The dolphins and sea turtles seem to come out and entertain everyone who comes into their areas. You will have a chance to see some of the estates on the island which look as if movie stars could live in them. If you need help learning how to drive the skies there is a quick learning session before leaving on the tour.

The party cruises are something that you do not see around the United States or other countries. You can dine drink and relax on the party cruise while the boat moves around the island. The dinner cruises are another popular activity. Your cheap holidays to Bahamas can be exciting when you dine for the evening on a cruise ship. The view of the islands is amazing to see as you are enjoying fine cuisine and drinks. People going to the Bahamas for spring break do have fun and plenty of excitement.

The powerboats are another popular activity that everyone can enjoy. Just because they are powerboats does not mean you have to go all that fast. You can still enjoy the scenery from the water. Fishing is another fun spring break activity. This might not sound like fun but many guys and gals have a great time catching the big fish. Cheap holidays to Bahamas also allow you to take a jeep tour. The safaris are fun and exciting. You can visit Lucayan National Park and see all the caves and swamps. You might even enjoy the backcountry tour with one of the experienced guides.

To finish your cheap holidays to Bahamas during spring break you can try kayaking. The waters are amazingly clear all you have to do is look down and you see the marine life swimming around. You can stop along the way and do some snorkeling or relax on the beach. Then be on your way to the next point of interest. Spring break is for having fun and getting away from the every day happenings in the Bahamas this is the only thing you have to do. Get away and have all the fun you want while relaxing.

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    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €96.4  €46.8
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €95.5  €45.9
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €96.4  €46.8
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €94.5  €44.9
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €94.5  €44.9
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €96.4  €46.8
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto y 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €96.4  €46.8
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €93.6  €44.0
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €97.4  €47.7
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €91.7  €42.1
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €97.4  €47.7
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €91.7  €42.1
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €93.6  €44.0
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €91.7  €42.1
    Medidas: Tamaño L: los 28CM en la base, los 26CM altos, 51CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño M: los 28CM en la base, el 18CM alto, los 47CM largo de la cremallera.Tamaño S: los 23CM en la base, el 17CM alto, 43cm largo de la cremallera.Marca Área… €97.4  €47.7

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