This hotel is very unique with features such as all glass walls in the rooms, but there are curtains when privacy is required. It's a very short ride to the beach where you can surf, kayak, and snorkel. There's a waterfall 5 minutes from the hotel that you can actually slide down. For more info check them out here
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Runners put their Nike+ kilometers to work for an unmatched cultural experience. During the past three weeks, runners from the United States to India to Australia logged over 50,000 kilometers to earn their way to the natural wonders and ancestral sites of Java Island, Indonesia. Check out their story here.
It’s a classic fish-out-of-water story: how the Jamaican bobsled team tried to take on the world at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics and was later immortalized in the film Cool Runnings. The tale is charming enough when you’re reading newspaper clippings about the team’s heroics in the tiny museum next to Jamaica’s Mystic Mountain’s bobsled track, but it’s a screamer when you’re hurtling through a rainforest of twisted Dr. Seuss-like trees on a roller coaster of sorts.
Granted, there are no near-vertical drops or 360-degree loop-de-loops, but when you’re zigzagging around blind corners at 48 kph while being teased with quick peeks at the ocean hundreds of metres below you—well, it’s a heart-thumper. And it doesn’t help matters that you must personally control the speed with hand brakes (note—most riders don’t use them as you’re warned you could create a pileup). The adrenaline kick doesn’t end with the bobsled ride. Right next to the stainless steel track is a series of five ziplines (one with a 10-metre vertical drop) loved by all Tarzan wannabes