Stretching 7 miles along Texas State Highway 87 in the middle of Bolivar Peninsula, Crystal Beach offers a variety of things to do that made it a popular destination all year-round. Crystal Beach, (and the entire Bolivar Peninsula), is accessible by Ferry from Galveston Island, and via Hwy 124 from the east side. Instead of a bridge connecting Galveston Island to the Peninsula, Texas DOT operates several Ferries to transport tourists and residents alike to and from this glimmering island, for free.
Things to do in Crystal Beach
1. Stay in one of the over 60 colorful Beachfront Hotels, Vacation Homes and House Rentals; Bed and Breakfast, and Motels.
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The nation’s fifth largest producer of wines is Texas. In Hill Country alone, there are more than 50 unique and exquisite wineries that offer top-notch Texas wine experience.
Stone House Vineyard, Texas
Bordering Lake Travis in such an idyllic place near Austin in Spicewood, the Stone House stood Continue reading “Day Trip: Texas Hill Country Winery”
Serving as a training ground for climbers in Texas preparing to hike mountains across the United States, one would think the Enchanted Rock would be challenging.
However, Continue reading “Rock Climbing Adventure in Texas”
If there is a Blue Screen of Death, there is also a White Screen of Death. For websites. No display. Only white page. But in my case, one of the websites has had the issue of new blog posts not showing up on the home page. Strangely, when author is logged on, it showed, but disappeared when logged out. The single post page was there, and in the admin area, published, and could be edited, it was just not visible on the main page.
I saw then when I tried to find solution that other people have been having the same issues also. There were some workarounds suggested by different people and I will show you those and which one worked in my case. Continue reading “New WordPress Posts Not Showing on Homepage – The Solution”
Link’s dad met Mother Teresa in person during his travels in India. He met her through knowing some people who knew some people of authority who knew how to make it happen.
This was a statue of Mother Teresa located in the expansive cemetery in New Orleans called the St. Louis Cemetery No. 3. We took this picture during our tour of the city.
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I call this mountain “toe art” because it looks like it, only this is nature’s own art and formation of its beauty. This is one of my favorite scenery in Continue reading “Big Bend Mountain “Toe Art””
Standing against the railing along the edge of the cliff, I watched as far as my eyes can see of the panorama around. Immense, wide, expansive. Because it stretches 277 miles. Who could see it all at once? For the one admission fee, you can explore it for seven days.
The Grand Canyon National Park.
That only one part of it, was a combination of thousands of frames, each had their own exhilarating beauty that you could see and feel simultaneously.
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While traveling is exciting, for me, traveling can also be very stressful after all the touring, hiking, walking, and sometimes, running to catch that train or plane. So we have to give ourselves a breather. We need to take time to relax. Even a 15-minute nap or meditation or slow deep breathing session by ourselves can reinvigorate us.
Try this daoin massage to hit the reset button on your energy:
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Kelly’s Pond Campground in Montgomery, Texas
Located in the multi-use motorized trailhead of Sam Houston National Forest is the primitive camping site called Kelly’s Pond.
We camped out there last weekend and we really liked it there that we wanted to go back next time. Here’s why.
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Today was cooler than yesterday, and this is how the skies were looking in the morning and in the evening.
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