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By admin on 10/24/2013
Blue Zones: How Visiting (and Learning from) the World's Longest Living Areas Can Improve Your Life

To the average traveler, Loma Linda, a small city in Southern California; Okinawa, a group of warm islands to the south of Japan, and Sardinia, a well-known island off the coast of Italy, have relatively little in common. Aside from their year-round warm climates and laid back way of life, the different destinations are rarely grouped together, and for the most part, it's for good reason.

But these destinations share a unique characteristic – one that makes them highly desirable vacation and retirement destinations for much of the population. Unlike the world's big cities, where stress is an issue and work-based lifestyles push many people towards poor health, these three destinations are considered 'blue zones' – locations with the highest concentration of long-living people.

By admin on 8/14/2013
Top Out of This World Theme Parks in America Theme parks can be described as America’s favorite past time, so it’s no wonder why America has so many. While there are theme parks in areas all over the world, especially in Europe where there are many cool and unique theme parks, it seems to be that America is truly the home of some of the best theme parks. What makes a theme park fun and unique is based on many factors and what might be exciting to you might not be so exciting for someone else. Each theme park in America offers guests the chance to have the ultimate experience as many theme parks are now equipped with more than just roller coaster rides and the basics. These theme parks typically include extra features such as water parks, concerts and in-park restaurants.