Unwrap Paradise: Guess Where?

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 A major focus of some of myblog post will be travel. I am very interested in going around the world and feel that it is a major part of embracing my theme LIVING your life everyday. Why you ask? Well the question is why not. There are so many great places and experiences out there available to us but many choose not to even leave their city or state. One classmate just expressed that she will flying for the first time in few weeks and I was amazed. I have been traveling since I was a few months old and believe it is important that everyone travels to other countries and observes how others live, work and play in comparison to themselves. In order to entice everyone to exploring the world outside of the small one we exist in, I will  share a new exciting place that I plan on traveling to at some point in the future. Hopefully, you will be inspired to go to one or all of the places I think would be fun.

When was the last time you took a real vacation? Are you tired of walking down the streets of Atlanta or your local suburban neighborhood and seeing the same people and places?  Where have you dreamed of going? Well if you have not dreamed of any places to visit yet, lets start HERE:

The beautiful setting in the picture posted is the island Republic of Seychelles (pronounced say-shellz). The Republic of Seychelles east of mainland Africa in the Indian Ocean is described as:

Tiny dabs of intense green fringed with white gold, the Seychelles are scattered like exquisite jewels across the dark, velvety blue expanse of the Indian Ocean. Everything about these islands is beautiful and enticing – the swaying coconut fronds, sweet scent of frangipani, dramatic violet and orange sunsets, lush plantations and characterful animal life – a holiday to the Seychelles with Kuoni is a pure paradise.
 
Now, I don’t know about you but as beautiful as this place looks and sounds I definitely want to go. How about you?
 
For more information about the Republic of Seychelles, visit http://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/seychelles.htm