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#TravelThursday 5 best Beaches around the world

Ever wondered why you love beaches?

Scientists claim it is because we spent a lot of our time by the water while evolving. "Eez daaaat?".

I think we love the peace, the calm, the "I'm not driving in traffic cussing anyone out" emotions. Lol.



Beaches are great places for fun and introspection too. Now, finally, on to that list:

1. Lopes Mendes, Ilha Grande, Brazil

We may be more interested in Brazil now because of the Olympics but Brazil boasts one of the best beaches in the world.

Lopes Mendes is two miles of unspoiled, deserted, powder-white sand that leads to some of the world’s clearest waters. And o, noone sets up beach shacks or restuarants here so it really is just you and nature.

2. Bora Bora Islands, Tahiti

The Island of Bora Bora is just a little under a one hour flight from the island of Tahiti or Moorea. The lagoon is so beautiful you would think an artist painted it! I can't wait to be there!

3. Seychelles beaches
 

Yay!
Finally!
The only one of these five beaches i have been to o.

Anse Source d'Agent which is across the island of La Digue, is one of the most photographed beaches in the world.

4. The Hamptons, New York

Well! Turns out that contrary to what we see on E!, the Hamptons are not just nightlife and rich kids.
They are also peaceful beautiful beaches and rich kids!

5. Barnes Bay, Anguilla

There are 33 pristine beaches on pancake-flat Anguilla, but Barnes Bay seems to have the softest sand imagineable (no rocks or shells) and far fewer crowds than say Sandy Ground or Shoal Bay East. It is located in the Leeward chain of islands, east of Puerto Rico.

I am aiming to visit all the ones on this list and a few more but which beach would you love to visit?

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