They say that no man is an island, and I tend to think that's good, especially when I've been to the beach and have a bunch of sand in my shorts. That really chafes, and if I were a whole island, I would probably never get rid of the sand in my private spots, and I would get a terrible rash. On the other hand, if the island were big enough, like Hawaii or something, I could get hot surfer girls to ride waves on the reefs off my coast.
I'll never forget the first time I saw a sea turtle in the wild. It was a muggy night in July, well after midnight, and I was standing on Vero Beach, on Florida's east coast, covered in equal parts sand and bug spray. The only light... Read Post
Located on Australia's Whitsunday Island, Whitehaven Beach is seven kilometers of miraculous white sand that is perfect for equally pristine visitors. Unlike most beaches in the world Whitehaven gets is made of 98% pure silica which... Read Post