Apr15

Hot travel destinations. India, Goa

on Apr 15, 2015

WHAT’S HOT INDIA: Goa Epic parties, chill beaches, and heavy trance music has put Goa, India on the map as a vacation spot for party people for years. But Goa makes our list of  Hot Travel destinations, because it offers killer ragers and a more cultural experience. PAW loves Goa because it is a truly magical hotspot with a gorgeous paradise with a lush landscape and a richly complex culture. Goa’s party scene will take you to the stratosphere, but it’s Goa’s natural beauty that will rocket you into outer-space. The small Indian state offers 63 miles of incredible coastline, behind which lies rolling emerald hills. In those jewel toned caverns lie ancient temples, humble farms, and an exotic animal kingdom. Exploring some of Goa’s river sanctuaries and ancient Buddhist caves will put you in the meditative mind so you can really unwind when they start to pump those techno beats. For centuries, Goa has been a meeting point of races, religions, and cultures. In 1510, Goa’s breathtaking beauty called settlers from Portugal, who ruled over the location for 450 years leaving a distinctly European mark on the local culture. Lax laws make Goa a place where you can get wild without consequences, but it’s this Portuguese influence that makes Goa super sexy. You know personality counts! We at PAW love any place on the planet that features new and amazing ways to get crazy, but Goa really tops our list because of its a tropical splendor and unique history! Check out the dreamy scenery and heavy beats you’ll experience on Goa...

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Mar22

Top Inspirational Travel Quotes

on Mar 22, 2015

  Travel quotes to get you out there, if even only for a brief moment. Paw has some favorite and one that applies  to many things in life. “Someday is not a day of the week” In other words, get off your ass, don’t; just talk, Make it happen.  -Janet Dailey These are shared by Bhaskar Chanda 10 Inspirational Travel Quotes to Motivate the Travleler in You from Bhaskar...

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Feb15

Best Bang for your Buck – All Inclusive Vacation Spots

The best thing about an all inclusive is never having to worry about how much that costs or taking turns buying rounds with friends and feeling cheated by your cheap friends. We all have one in the group. An all inclusive frees your mind to do what you came there for, to relax, have fun and not have to think about anything else. TripAdvisor put together a top ten list of all inclusive, sometimes elusive gray stays. Do you have one? Please let us know?   1. Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso, Playa Paraiso, Playa del Carmen, Mexico 2. Royalton Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba 3. The Beloved Hotel, Playa Mujeres, Cancun, Mexico 4. Iberostar Grand Rose Hall, Rose Hall, Montego Bay, Jamaica 5. Excellence Playa Mujeres, Cancun, Mexico 6. Le Blanc Spa Resort, Cancun, Mexico  7. Iberostar Grand Bavaro Hotel, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. 8. Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun, Playa Maroma, Playa del Carmen, Mexico  9. The Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic 10. Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado Don Pablo Collection, Bahia de Samana, Samana Province, Dominican Republic  Check out the complete list of winners...

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Oct13

Top 10 Nightclubs in the World

What makes a good club? Good music, Good Looking people, High energy, Good liquor,and a uniqueness that is all it’s own. Oh yea, and usually that means long lines to get in. Here is a list of the top 10 nightclubs in the world brought to you by inthemix.xom PAW believes any list that does not include the island of top clubs, Ibiza, is missing the boat. Can you say Space or Pacha? What are your favorite? #1 Warung Beach Club – Itajai, Brazil #2 ARMA17 – Moscow, Russia #3 Fabrik – Madrid, Spain #4 Sub Club – Glasgow, Scotland #5 Sirena Club – São Paulo, Brazil #6 Avalon – Los Angeles, USA #7 AgeHa – Tokyo, Japan #8 Papaya – Island of Pag, Croatia #9 Club der Visionaire – Berlin, Germany #10 Robert Johnson – Frankfurt, Germany Click here to view original web page and a full 25 club list at inthemix.com And here is an impressive list from DJ Mag who list the top...

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Feb15

Running FROM the Bulls, a Survival Kit

Road to Pamplona: How to Survive the Running of the Bulls There are few things we can do that are more foolish than attempting to keep up with a wild animal. Bulls are large, beastly animals that are as notorious for their viciousness as they are for their magnificent beauty. And yet, in spite of the danger, there are also few things as thrilling as the annual Pamplona Bull Run in Spain. Known to the locals as the Fiesta de San Fermin, the running of the bulls is actually a nine-day event, comprised of eight consecutive bovine runs, countless parties, and more celebratory sangria than you could possibly tire of. Each year from the 6th to 14th of July, the tiny cobblestoned streets of Pamplona are blocked off from the corral in Calle Santo Domingo to the bullring at the city center. Starting on the 7th, the 8am dual rockets will be fired, signaling the start of the 825-meter run of your life. The run typically lasts no more than five minutes, but with more than 1,000 pounds of sheer muscle coming at you, it can feel much longer. Of course, the real prize is the celebrations that mark the festival after each run. To be sure you make it that far, we have a few suggestions for how to handle it as safely as possible. 1.) Athleticism – The actual run may be less than 5 minutes, but it’s still something best left to those that at least kind of know what they’re doing. Running on cobblestone streets with hundreds of people and live animals charging behind you is not a joke. It may not be a marathon, but it’s still a run you should probably train at least a little for. If you’re not a professional runner, that’s ok, but it’s important to wear the right shoes, get a good night’s sleep, and make sure you’re not hungover for the big day. Remember, you’re going to have plenty of time to party after you run; there’s no reason to sacrifice your safety.   2) Crowd Control – With all jokes about bulls aside, your real worry should actually be the amount of people that show up for this thing. Keeping this in mind, it’s typically not a good idea to try to run on the first day of the festival. The first day is usually the most popular, meaning you (as a tourist) are more likely to get yanked out by the police and least likely to make it through an entire run without being pushed to the ground by the countless other inexperienced runners. A much better...

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