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Palm Beach Florida – One of the Exotic Beaches

31 March 2009 2 Comments

While I was dreaming about Tahiti travel, I thought it makes sense to come towards little North East and explore the States. While I visited Florida, few things I missed and one of them was to visit Palm Beach. Even if it’s new place, I normally would like to search and figure out the websites that help. For Palm Beach travel, I believe this guy has been pouring a lot of good information on his blog. May be you can say, his blog was my inspiration to write about this nice place.

Florida looks awesome when I saw through my flight. Land surrounded by clean blue water and small bridges connecting few small islands or sometimes beaches surrounding the land. To get there at Palm Beach, the international airport is West Palm Beach, FL and that’s the exotic place where you can literally land up into comfort, luxury and exotic views of Atlantic sea.


By the way, did you know that there is one more very famous thing to do in Palm beach – getting the Palm beach tan that would save your skin from the disruptively harmful Ultra Violet (UV) rays. You can have this skin treatment in controlled environment to avoid sun burn like I had in my last tanning session in Goa. The controlled condition for tan would help you sideline the possibility of skin cancers due to extra exposure. We all know, how important this treatment has become due to more exposure to UV rays through slowly diminishing ozone layer.

Sounds like Palm beach trip would be fun. Go for it!


  • Elaine said:

    It looks wonderful! Although I’ve been to Florida a couple of times, have never been to Palm Beach!

  • Kitesurf Gurl said:

    You made some smart points. We are truly lucky to be into this activity.

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