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  Kauai Vacation Rentals Kauai Rentals HI GreatRentals.com
Kauai, the oldest and northernmost of the Hawaiian Islands, is a tropical paradise that is surrounded by the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.
No matter which part of the island you decide to stay on, there is bound to be a local beach that can satisfy your desire for sun and sand.
There are hiking trails interspersed throughout the island so you can venture into the ninety percent of the island that is not accessible by road.
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  1000 Islands Ecology - Geology of the Thousand Islands
Hill Island and the islands of the Admiralty Group are composed, for the most part, of the Rockport-type granite; on the mainland, excellent outcrops of this granite occur along the MacDonald-Cartier Freeway from Patterson Bay to Gananogue.
In the islands and northern areas of New York State the Nepean Formation is termed the upper Potsdam, the March is equivalent to the Theresa, and the Oxford to the Ogdensburg Formation.
For example, in 1970 and 1971, a series of chemical tests on the waters around and beneath Cedar Island clearly established that the well water on the island was derived from rainwater falling on the surface and infiltrating to the well, and was not derived from the surrounding lake water (Johnston, 1972).
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 TRENT SEVERN WATERWAY - ON LINE CRUISING GUIDE by CRUISING CANADA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
There are numerous small islands throughout the lake and upon entering from the east it is hard to separate the three islands that dominate the horizon.
As you leave the mouth of the Trent River entering Rice Lake, clearing T 415 you are in the lake where your course will carry you along the south shore passing Morrow and Webb Bays to your south.
The main channel passes to the north of Hickory which is the largest in picture and East Grape the small island to the centre left of photograph.
www.cruising.ca /trent/docs/L-rice.html   (1358 words)

  
 U.S.Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands - Information - Caribbean Islands
These islands are known for their white sand beaches which attract many visitors.
Thomas is the busiest island with its harbour full of cruise ships and large amount of shops.
John is quietest of all as 2/3rds of this beautiful island is national park.
www.islandinns.com /islands/virginislands.html   (1111 words)

  
 University of Minnesota Human Rights Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Ontario Court has held that this treaty right to fish extends to the waters that are adjacent to the reserves and the Government has interpreted this to mean up to 100 yards from shore in waters fronting the reserve boundaries.
In these waters the members of the Hiawatha First Nation do not have to comply with Ontario's normal fishing restrictions, such as closed seasons and catch limits and have a right to fish year-round for food, ceremonial and social purposes.
The average size of the islands is said to be 1.68 acre or 0.68 hectare.
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The scene would have been different then: the canal was full of water carrying a steady flow of boats amongst the constant conversations of "canawlers." You can still see remnants of that former scene as you pass many of the canal locks and related structures.
Sections of the canal are now in water and the Trust runs a trip boat on some of them.
Water Trail users will enjoy viewing wildlife along a major migratory route for raptors, waterfowl and songbirds.
www.lycos.com /info/canal--waters.html   (451 words)

  
 St Kitts and Nevis vacations — holidays in St Kitts and Nevis and the Caribbean
Their two historic capital towns, colonial settlements built by the British, are among the prettiest and best-conserved in the Leeward Islands group.
The islands have plantation houses and 18th-century forts.
The island’s 18-hole golf course is bounded by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean and has ponds and palm trees.
www.doitcaribbean.com /stkittsandnevis   (476 words)

  
 St. Croix, US Virgin Islands - Sailing Bike Bicycle Rentals Golf Fishing Charters Water Sports
Croix is a paradise for water and sports enthusiasts, offering everything from sailing and motor yachting, swimming, snorkeling, and SCUBA diving to riding wave runners, water skiing, parasailing, windsurfing, sailing, sport fishing, horseback riding, tennis, golf and bicycle rentals.
These waters are ideal for sport fishing and record size catches are common be it tuna, Wahoo, or blue marlin.
The Carambola, a Robert Trent Jones designed course (closest to Villa Dawn-a 5 minute drive away), and the Buccaneer golf courses are both 18 holes, while the Reef Golf Course is nine holes.
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 US Virgin Islands Luxury Vacation Guide - US Virgin Islands Caribbean Island Luxury Holiday Information Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Nature has blessed the land and the waters as a haven for sub-tropical wildlife, and the relaxing atmosphere is steeped in the areas rich sugar plantation history.
The USVI capital ´Charlotte Amalie´ is located on the island of St Thomas, which along with St Croix and St John is considered one of the most popular luxury vacation destinations in the Caribbean.
Water Island is a little over 2 miles long by about 1 mile wide covering less than 500 acres.
www.luxuryvacationsvillas.com /US-Virgin-Islands-Luxury-Vacations.asp   (1969 words)

  
 Leech Lake Indian Reservation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The buffalo hunters had ridden off on their own to find water, and the surviving soldiers had lived by drinking the blood of their dead horses and their own urine.
In this novel about water and the struggle for a life free of injustice, the mix doesn"t just work, it flows." --Alan Cheuse, National Public Radio "Precise and important, Watershed is a book about honesty, and how to live with dignity in the presence of betrayal.
When first encountered by Europeans in the Trent Waters Keweenaw Bay Indian Community of the prophet Handsome Lake, his visions, and the harvesting of Manoomin (wild rice).
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 Travel: Caribbean islands grounded in Europe
Inhabited by 70 nationalities that speak dozens of languages, the island is both Dutch (St. Maarten) and French (St. Martin).
Today the pristine island is a world-class dive destination with plentiful reefs, glassy water and about 213 species of fish, zealously maintained by Bonaire Marine Park.
The rest of the BVI is a combination of 50 closely knit emerald isles with deserted beaches, crystal waters, colorful corals and gentle trade winds.
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 Other Attractions
Sharing the water are the other yachts, powerboats, house boats, sailing vessels, jet skis and the classics.
The Thousand Island Winery, located just west of 1000 Island bridge, just off Route 12e, near the New York Welcome Center at Collins Landing, is a fairly new winery, and already making it’s mark in international tasting competitions with their outstanding complex and pampered grapes.
The dining possibilities in the 1000 Islands is virtually endless, from Captain Thompson’s Floating Restaurant in Alexandria Bay, to the intimate classy dining establishments in Sackets Harbor, to secret dining treats scattered though out the entire region.
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 Ojibwe - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
According to their tradition, and from recordings in birch bark scrolls, they came from the eastern areas of North America, or Turtle Island, and from along the east coast.
The prophecy stated that if the Anishinaabeg did not move further west, they would not be able to keep their traditional ways alive because of the many new settlements and European immigrants that would arrive soon.
At their "third stopping place" near the present-day city of Detroit, Michigan, the Anishinaabeg divided into six divisions, of which the Ojibwa was one of these six.
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 Los Cabos, Mexico
The Sea of Cortez is a colorful underwater world of beauty and wonder with living coral reefs, sand falls, ocean canyons, old shipwrecks to explore -- and everything from tropical and schooling fish to hammerhead sharks, moray eels and turtles.
Los Cabos is a recreational sailors dream with endless undeveloped coastline, small islands and open waters to explore.
Los Cabos is also a world-class sea kayaking destination with coves, inlets, water caves and beaches that are only accessible by kayak.
www.honeymoonislands.com /destinations/mexico/los_cabos/index.asp   (780 words)

  
 Bermuda Hotels by SmartStays - Lowest room rates and hotel reservations for Bermuda
Bermuda is the only island in the world to boast pink sand and navy blue oceans.
It is ideally positioned approximately halfway between the islands east and west end attractions yet only 10 mins, by moped, bus or taxi from the picturesque city of Hamilton.
Perched royally on the island's highest point, The Fairmont Southampton overlooks lush acres of land, pink sandy beaches and bountiful gardens.
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 Spanish Virgin Islands sailing vacations
The anchorages are quiet, except at the weekends when the locals enjoy their islands with their boats themselves, the fishing and snorkeling is excellent.
Culebra is an island municipality under the domain of Puerto Rico, which has been under the protection of the United States, since its annexation from Spain in 1898.
The quiet, unspoiled island has little to offer in nightlife, except for a quiet, safe walk in the moonlight or the occasional sound of guitar music from one of her few night spots.
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 Lake Erie Island Sites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Also, Johnson Island is really in Sandusky Bay and not in Lake Erie, but is normally included in a list of the Lake Erie Islands.
Long Point Island (Ontario) - This was a separate island in the middle of the nineteenth century, as shown on numerous maps of the period, but is now connected to the mainland at Long Point, near Port Rowan and Port Dover.
This little island is northeast of East Sister Island, and therefore not visible from Middle Bass Island.
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 Coldwell Banker Island Affiliates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Imagine snorkeling in pristine bays of turquoise waters, relaxing on white sand beaches with the sound of palm fronds rustling overhead.
Just 84 square miles, St. Croix is the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, lying forty miles south of her sister islands St. Thomas and St. John in the western Caribbean.
Croix is not just another beautiful island in the Caribbean, it has a rich history and culture evidenced by stately architecture in the towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted, and old Plantation Greathouses and windmills.
www.caymanislandsrealty.com /stcroix.htm   (305 words)

  
 Guadeloupe Hotels by SmartStays - Lowest room rates and hotel reservations for Guadeloupe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Guadeloupe comprises five islands; Basse-Terre, Grande-Terre (separated from Basse-Terre by a narrow sea channel called Salt River) with the adjacent islands of La Désirade, Les Saintes and Marie-Galante.
Le Flamboyant Hotel and Resort is set on the French side between the ocean and the largest lagoon in the Caribbean where shimmering turquoise waters greet you upon arrival.Facing the calm waters of the lagoon, Flamboyant Hotel and Resort is surrounded in beautifully landscaped tropical grounds dotted with softly, swaying coconut trees, powdery soft-sand...
Le Pirate Residence on the Beach is a studio apartment.In the hearth of Marigot, the French Capitol, near the traditionnal merket (saturday and wenesday morning), close to the night life, restaurants and amin Marina Royal, this residance is located in the waterfront to the baech.
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 USVI Sports & Recreation
The U.S. Virgin Islands boast some of the finest courses in the Caribbean for golfers of all skill levels.
Bird watching is popular in the Virgin Islands National Park on St. John, and in the west end forest and the Sandy Point Wildlife Refuge on St. Croix.
Buck Island Reef National Monument, located off of St. Croix, is an unparalleled snorkeling location and one of only two underwater national monuments in the
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 Island Index
Many of these can be purchased in extremely hi-res digital format.
Island New Democrat Candidates, 2003 Prince Edward Island General Election
Islands Controlled By France In The Indian And Pacific Oceans
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 LINKS2TRAVEL travel info guides for the travelers guidebooks
The origin of the seawater is from 2000 meters beneath the surface.In its travels through porous lava, a blend of sea and fresh water undergoes mineral exchange and then near the surface, concentration occurs, due to vaporization, evaporation and finally, sedimentation.
The lagoon at the Blue Lagoon holds six million liters of water, all of which is renewed in 40 hours.
The water's temperature is 37-39°C. The geothermal seawater's special ecosystem has a self-cleansing effect.
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 Islands.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Offering stunning, inviting turquoise waters and surrounded by seaside Guánica's rich natural beauty, including a mystical dry forest, the 20-acre, exquisitely landscaped Copamarina Beach Resort enchants guests of its 100-plus guest rooms with personal service, a crescent-shaped white-sand beach and a warm, family-friendly attitude.
Watch the world from a rocking chair on the greathouse's wraparound terrace; wade into one of two infinity-edge pools, one with a swim-up bar; follow a 10-foot bluff to two intimate beaches; indulge in a massage in a 5,000-square-foot health and beauty spa; or play tennis on the resort's two courts.
Its fancifully decorated rooms are an ideal haven between jaunts to a nearby lighthouse, surfing beaches, snorkeling, whale-watching (in winter), kayaking, hiking in a national forest and river rafting.
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 Trent University - Why hasn't Canada ratified UN Law of the Sea?
The UN Law of the Sea has given the nations on this planet at least a basis for figuring out how to manage coastal waters and resolve the many inevitable conflicts that arise when different countries believe they share a resource.
We lobby for inclusion of the continental shelf waters extending beyond the 200 mile limit, in order to protect the fishing stocks on the Flemish Cap and on the Nose and Heel of the Grand Banks.
Should the narrow passages between the northern islands become international straits, as the US no doubt expects, or should they be considered part of Canadian waters?
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 TRENT SEVERN WATERWAY - ON LINE CRUISING GUIDE by CRUISING CANADA
If you do choose to tie up on the center island upstream and have kids you need to be careful of the fast water above the dam as the collection of debris collected along the safety wires that cross close above it testify.
Just up the hill out of sight somewhat hidden by Cody Is the Liquor Store, which back on Lakehurst Road proper there is a good variety of shops and stores to occupy an afternoon.
They have a wide menu as one would anticipate from a upscale pub and the food was good and beer cold as the early spring sun warms you on the patio beside the lock.
www.cruising.ca /trent/docs/L-31.html   (725 words)

  
 Golf in Paradise -- Fiji Style
Set in turquoise coral-ringed waters with an abundance of beautiful palm-studded beaches, Wakaya is a gem among the Fiji Islands.
The Koro Sun Resort in Fiji is one of two challenging courses on Vanua Levu, the second largest island in the group of 300 photographic isles.
Amongst Taveuni island's wild profusion of natural beauty, and tucked away on a gently sloping hill is Maravu Plantation Resort.
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 Inter-Island Tours :: U.S. Virgin Islands
The three islands that make up the US Virgin Islands - St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. John - have much in common: miles and miles of shimmering, white-sand beaches, wonderful resorts, and sport, both on land and under the sea, that's unparalled.
Water sports available in the waters of Davis Bay.
Non-motorized watersports, three fresh water pools, exercise room, day and night tennis and use of a car.
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 Destinations Golf Vacation Packages and Golf Holidays
Even though we speak of Bermuda as an "island", it is in fact composed of approximately 180 islands, linked by bridges, and divided into nine picturesque parishes.
The peaceful, warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay are a veritable maritime playground.
Kiawah Island is ten miles of wide, immaculate, ocean beach on which one - or two - might walk or cycle for hours and hours without interruption.
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 Islands.com | Maui
You could choose Kapalua, with its calm, wind-protected waters, or the three miles of golden sand at Kaanapali.
Built in 1993, it's challenging (the 14th hole drops 200 feet from tee to green), and the backdrop of blue ocean can be distracting, especially when humpback whales are breaching offshore.
Skilled, professional presentation from a veteran dive boat operator/photographer (and ISLANDS magazine contributor) that covers not only diving but background on Hawaii's marine life, including some of its native species – all with top quality photos.
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