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Can you recommend off-the-beaten path travel websites?

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Retirement is not too far away. Googling Adventure on off-the-beaten vacation and places to go to is part of the picture in our plan we’d love to do. Can you recommend any holiday travel plans?

Husband’s fly fishing with our sons when they were younger, and when his enthusiasm was on top of the earth for him— those days of fishing expeditions would probably be last in his list. But we’d enjoy walking by the creek, lakes and taking photos of people on their boats fishing in the river.

A husband and wife get-away in a beach house and build sand castles, reminisce our honeymoon 34 years ago would be real nice. Bush walks with nature. See some flea markets. Eat out. Camp out by the fire.

Photos are my husband’s Flickr photostream.

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    At the beach and build sand castles?

    • Yes
    • No
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    A walk on the beach at sunrise before we start the day?

    • Yes
    • yes
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    Watch the sunset?

    • Yes
    • No
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    Buy myself a diamond ring?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Definitely!
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    Watch some cultural events in towns we travel by?

    • Yes
    • No
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    Lovely meals which I will not be cooking?

    • Yes
    • Absolutely!

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  1. so it depends where you are, personally I find places I want to visit and then visit the website of the actual town.

    Roanoke Virginia is an interesting place and their web site is cool.
    Oak Island North Carolina is also very interesting.

    Or, recently we wandered to Maine.

    depends on what you really want to end up doing. restaurants always for us!

  2. I worked for an enterprise that sells Fly Fishing adventures in the Pyrenees, in the north of AragΓ³n, Spain. I had to contact American customers, Fly-Fishing enthusiasts and American magazines. It was a great job but to say the truth I never visited the mountains with them.

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