ResortQuest Islander On The Beach ResortQuest's Islander on the Beach (formerly Aston Hotels), is a charming plantation-style hotel and one of Kauai's best oceanfront values. They recently finished a $10 million renovation with wonderful results. The lobby was redone and is now open-air with ceiling fans and a veranda that looks out to the wide green lawn and pool complex. With their great location on the island's east coast, six acres of prime oceanfront land, lush gardens throughout the property and now, beautifully renovated rooms, the Islander has become a very special getaway on a very special island. The rooms are beautifully decorated with island-style furnishings and large furnished lanais or patios, stone flooring and granite countertops on the wet bars. The Islander's eight, three story buildings offer garden, partial ocean or ocean views. There are no elevators, but the views from the 2 upper floors are more than worth the slight trek, which you can always consider exercise. Amenities include Cable/Satellite Flatscreen TV, CD player, refrigerator, voice mail, internet access (fee), in-room safe, coffee/tea maker and more. There is no charge for two children 17 years and younger occupying the same room as their parents. You can relax on a lounge chair on the lawn, or spend your time by the pool, sundeck or the large hot tub where they keep the greenery low enough so you can enjoy the views of the ocean. The beach is beautiful, wide and white, but swimming is not recommended due to strong currents. But if you love to swim in the ocean, just a few minutes away are beaches with calmer waters and some great snorkeling areas. The Islander on the Beach also has a picnic area with barbeque grills for the use of guests and The Sand Bar, next to the pool serving tropical drinks and light meals. Across the street is the Coconut Marketplace, an open air shopping center with stores and restaurants. The Wailua River is just five minutes away and is the longest navigable river in all the islands. One of the most popular things to do
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Where can you escape to in the first week of January for a quality but inexpensive break where you will enjoy sunshine and summer temperatures without long haul flights? The answer is the Canary Isles and in particular Gran Canaria.
The island of Gran Canaria is situated in the Atlantic Ocean some 200km off the African coast. Gran Canaria is a volcanic island which benefits from the warm winds blown across from the Sahara ensuring that winter temperatures rarely drop below 20 degrees Celsius in the day and in the summer creeping up to a warm but acceptable 25 degrees celsius. It does rain during the the winter months but those rainstorms never last long and the warm breezes that come in off the ocean soon dry the Island up again.
The capital is Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in the north which has a busy city atmosphere and is known for its annual carnival. In the centre of the town is Las Canteras beach, there is a cathedral, the Museum Canario and the Plaza del Espiritu Santo. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria was a stopping place for Christopher Columbus and tourists can visit the Hermitage of San Antonio Abad where the explorer prayed.
The south and east of the Island is a fairly flat landscape with many wonderful clean and unspoilt beaches to enjoy. To the west the terrain is a little