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Hawaii's Big Island Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

https://www.expedia.com/Hawaii.d180074.Destination-Travel-Guides The “Big Island” of Hawaii is the largest of the Hawaiian Islands, and offers a fascinating and stunning array of beautiful scenery for you to explore. Sightseeing on Hawaii’s Big Island means your days will be filled with natural wonders: wander around a lava field, stroll through a tropical rainforest, and take a dip in the warm waters of …

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Jeju Island Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Jeju Island in South Korea. Around a hundred kilometres off South Korea’s southern coast and lapped by the waves of the East China Sea is Jeju Island, an extraordinary holiday paradise situated on a volcanic island with temples, waterfalls, tee plantations and several leisure facilities. In the middle of the north coast is Jeju-Si, the island’s …

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How to Survive on a Deserted Island | SURVIVAL HACKS

SITUATION: you’ve been marooned and left for dead on a tiny deserted island in the middle of the ocean! Join host Grizzly Griddles as he bushwhacks and hacks his way through the DEADLIEST survival scenarios on Earth! → Credits ← Alex Hoffman as “Grizzly Griddles” Written, Directed & Produced by: Matt Levy Lead Compositor, VFX & Editor: Evan Bentz Lead …

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Long Island Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia (4K)

https://www.expedia.com/Long-Island.d602887.Destination-Travel-Guides Long Island stretches eastward for 115 miles, from the New York boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens to the bluffs of Montauk Point.   Take the short train ride from Manhattan to the sands of Long Beach, which for many is where Long Island begins. From here, Long Island’s protective barrier islands continue all the way to Westhampton Island. Halfway along the …

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Madeira Island Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

https://www.expedia.com/Madeira-Island.d11326.Destination-Travel-Guides Pushed by volcanic forces from the sea floor into the warm trade winds of the North Atlantic, are the dramatic cliffs of Madeira. Volcanic activity may have settled millennia ago, but the island’s rich soils and spring climate means Madeira explodes in lush vegetation all year round. Madeira’s capital, Funchal, was named after the wild fennel which once carpeted …

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