Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a picturesque maritime town with a rich history dating back to the early 1600’s. Tons of restaurants, shops and easy access to the beaches, Boston and Portland make it a popular tourist destination.
Marco Island has been referred to as the Gateway to the Everglades and Florida’s 10,000 Islands. This tropical paradise has a climate that offers balmy breezes and sunny skies, with waters generally pleasant year-round.
Tucked away at the bottom of the Australian Continent between the natural bay of Port Phillip and the Great Dividing Range is the city of Melbourne.
In spite of its rather infamous beginnings as a British Penal Colony, Sydney has grown into an international force to be reckoned with. With 4.6 million inhabitants Sydney is the largest city (population wise) in all of Australia and has a reputation for being the country’s cultural heart and soul.
Tucked on the lower western coast of Australia is the city of Perth. The fourth most populous city in Australia, Perth is located on the Swan Coastal Plain between the Darling Scarp (some low mountains) and the ocean. The Swan River runs right through the heart of the city.
Naples, Florida is situated along the Gulf of Mexico, in the southwest part of the Sunshine State.
Naples is a charming place which is known for its superb golf, shopping, fishing and dolphin-watching! Since it features “sugar-sand” beaches in glorious abundance, as well as tranquil waters, wonderful parks and tons of local amenities, it’s a perfect place to relax, unwind and drink in authentic Florida beauty.
Located on the east coast of the continent between Moreton Bay and the Great Dividing
Range, Brisbane Australia is the third most populous city in the whole of the country.
The state of Arizona is located in the southwestern United States. The southern half of the state is mostly desert, giving it a hot and dry climate. The northern part of the state is far more varied and the weather can vary from town to town.