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“Figure 8 Pool, Royal National Park Australia. Photography by @Tscharke #earthvacations”

In a beautiful national park just south of Sydney, you can actually swim in the pristine Figure 8 Pools in Royal National Park.

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BUY: Darby Island, Exuma Cays, Bahamas ($46 Million Dollars)!

Musha Cay - A privately owned island in Exuma, Bahamas #mushacay #MushaCaybahamassands

Musha Cay - A privately owned island in Exuma, Bahamas #mushacay #MushaCaybahamassands

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Private Island for Sale at Blue Island Exuma Cays, Bahamas

Nurse sharks of Compass cay, Exuma, Bahamas ✔️ off my bucket list. :) Photo by Marylou Tamayo

Nurse sharks of Compass cay, Exuma, Bahamas ✔️ off my bucket list. :) Photo by Marylou Tamayo

St. George Island, Bermuda.

St. George Island, Bermuda.

In 1609, a fleet of nine ships owned by the Virginia Company of London set sail for Jamestown, Virginia. En route, there was a terrible storm and one vessel, the Sea Venture, crashed into one of Bermuda's treacherous reefs. The Virginia Company laid claim to the island, originally calling it New London, the Town of St. George. Bermuda was first settled in 1612 and St. George's was the capital until 1815. The survivors built two new ships, and most continued their voyage to Jamestown.

In 1609, a fleet of nine ships owned by the Virginia Company of London set sail for Jamestown, Virginia. En route, there was a terrible storm and one vessel, the Sea Venture, crashed into one of Bermuda's treacherous reefs. The Virginia Company laid claim to the island, originally calling it New London, the Town of St. George. Bermuda was first settled in 1612 and St. George's was the capital until 1815. The survivors built two new ships, and most continued their voyage to Jamestown.