Winter is ending (in Australia). Okay, that is just a rumor we heard that we can neither confirm nor deny, but these temperatures have to end sometime, right? And what is the first thing we are going to do? Head to the beach, sand, sun or the pool. For some of us, why wait? Escape the winter chills and seek a destination where the sun is out.
Strangely, Winter hasn’t stopped some of us from preparing for swimsuit season. Men flexing their muscles in the gym, Women stretching out in the Yoga stances… while real people have actually been eating Nutella and watching Netflix. I thought I might help you find a couple of the coolest swim gear around for your next trip and I’ve even prepared a list of places around the globe to show off that sexy outfit.
For the ladies, the most favourite beachwear is the bikini, but there are several other types available. I always say, just wear whatever you want, just as long as you feel comfortable and happy in your own skin. Check out Seafolly Australia, Triangl Swimwear and Jets. Travellers Tip: Bikini are light and dry quickly.
For the Men, isn’t life awesome and easy, board shorts or trunks. Warning: Budgie smugglers is not a look (in my opinion)! aussieBum, Hurley, and The Critical Slide Society (TCSS) and has a great selection as their pants dry fast and look great even for casual wear by the beach.
Global hot spots:
If I was dreaming and I had to wake up, it will be in the Maldives. The elaborate infinity extends out nearly 100 feet into a lagoon and features a ‘bubble bed’ for guests to lay back and enjoy their idyllic surrounds.
“Sawasdee” and welcome to Thailand. Baba Nest, is the resorts ultimate cocktail bar surrounded by unique 360-degree infinity pool and located on a platform at the top of the resort – the highest pinnacle of the south eastern peninsula and the perfect location for a sundowner.
The pinnacle of Australian luxury accommodation and hospitality is perched on a seven and a half acre promontory of the Bouddi National Park, it’s luxurious infinity pool open off the atrium dining room offers sparkling views of the stunning Brisbane waterways.
This is one of the world’s most amazing hotel rooftop pools. Stretching an impressive 150 metres across Sands Skypark stands on a platform that stretches over the three towers of the 2,561-room hotel, the stunning outdoor infinity pool is the world’s largest at this height and offers exceptional views of the city skyline.
Set on a cliff-top ‘balcony’ above the Amalfi Coast, “Bonjourno” from Italy’s Caruso Hotel. Set at the highest point above the town of Ravello, it’s seemingly suspended in the clouds, providing an unparalleled vista and breathtaking views of the coastline below.
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