The Chocolate Hills is a geological formation forming a rolling terrain of at least 1,260 conical karst hills spread over an area of more than 50 square kilometres (20 sq mi) in the municipalities of Sagbayan, Batuan, and Carmen in the province of Bohol, the Philippines. The hills are covered in green grass that turns brown (like chocolate) during the dry season, hence the name.
The playboy lifestyle is on full display in Marbella, the playground of the rich and famous on Spain’s sun-drenched Costa del Sol. Fortunately it’s not necessary to be either rich or famous to enter into the hedonistic pursuits for which Marbella is renowned, and it makes the ideal place for men to indulge in some of their favorite activities.
The island of Anguilla is home to “the World’s best all-around beach”, Shoal Bay East, as voted for by the Discovery Channel. But Shoal Bay does have some pretty stiff competition by the other beaches on the island and there’s not just a few of them but 33! For a relatively small Caribbean island it’s amazing how such a relatively small space can have to so many beautiful beaches.
Barbecuing is synonymous with Australia and has been for years – even before the famous Paul Hogan “put a shrimp on the barby” commercial.
One of the most beautiful and popular destination in the home of the barbecue is Bondi Beach in Sydney. Golden sands, deep-blue ocean, and perfect waves for surfing and swimming create the ideal beach spot. Its laid back coastal lifestyle, café culture, boutique shops and thriving, eclectic community is equally enticing. Each year tens of thousands of people, from backpackers to billionaires, take to the golden sands of this wide, one-kilometre long city beach expanse to walk, jog, or just soak up the sun.