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Kitesurfing, Cooking and Legal Rum: Paul Menta’s Key WestHow many people can say they’ve got their dream job? That they make their living as a kitesurfer, or a chef, or a distiller, or a restaurateur? Not a majority, to be sure. But Paul Menta? Well, he spends his days doing all of those things.


Hemingway in Key West

by ClaireBullen February - last edited February

Hemingway in Key WestErnest Hemingway may have been one of the 20th century’s leading literary luminaries, but Hemingway in Key West? Here, they just call him Papa.


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Orlando's got sun, it's got sights, but it's perhaps best-known for its abundance of world class theme parks. You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who didn't want to visit Mickey and pals at Disneyland when they were little, but today there is a huge range of attractions on offer across Florida's theme park capital, and only so much holiday time to see them all.


Florida Wreck Dives

Wreck divers look for certain elements when choosing a site: schematics; variety of depths; water temperatures and conditions; and, of course, the wreck wildlife. In short, no one wants a boring dive. As the second largest artificial dive site in the world, the U.S.N.S. General Hoyt S. Vandenberg is one of Florida's best wreck dives to explore. 


Miami South Beach Food Tours

by Virgin-Atlantic August - last edited February

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Miami's South Beach district – or SoBe if you're the abbreviating type, is a neighbourhood of culinary delights that draws inspiration from a range of cultures far and wide. Whether you're a serious foodie or just fancy igniting your taste buds with something different, Florida's 'Magic City' has earned a reputation as the place to be for inspired cuisine.


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Sunshine and world class theme parks; the irresistible combination that makes Orlando, Florida one of the most visited cities in the US. But scratch beneath the surface of "The City Beautiful" and you'll unearth a lesser known aspect of central Florida in its thriving craft beer scene.