Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Destination Spotlight: Boat Hotel on Cocoa Island, Maldives

I hope ya'll are enjoying your week! Sometimes in the craziness that is our lives we need a little break...a little inspiration.

Most all of us live busy and stressful lives whether you're like me and running to class, trying to balance a social life, school, work, working out, the list can run on for days...but take a moment, take a deep breath, and just close your eyes.

Transport yourself about 9,000 miles away to an island sunbathing in the middle of the ocean and welcoming you with open arms. An island where the water is unbelievably crystal blue, the sun simply kisses your skin and brightens your whole day, and the soft white sand feels like clouds on your toes as you take a sunset stroll.

Sounds like a dream right? But what if I told you this little slice of heaven actually exists?

Welcome to Cocoa Island. Welcome to paradise on earth.

Really, have you ever seen water so blue? Lying in the middle of the Indian Ocean, Cocoa Island is an intimate private island that promises some of the world's best beaches, snorkeling, diving, cuisines, and more.

Enjoy your private suite, which on this island means an adorably picturesque boat to call "home", equipped with a personal sundeck, chaise lounges, and a dining table to admire the gorgeous sunsets while enjoying tastes of the local cuisine.


I don't know about you but I could seriously live here. The simplicity of life is just calling my name! These past few years have really taught me to appreciate the simple things in life: having the time to sit down with family for meals, taking evening walks, the beauty of a sunset, and just enjoying being healthy, blessed, and alive.

So wherever you are at the moment, take a deep breath and remember to enjoy the journey :)

Until next time,
Cassie


* For more information on traveling to Cocoa Island, visit here. To find out more about visiting the Maldives, visit here. Photographs and information from cocoaisland.com and visitmaldives.com.

6 comments:

  1. I'd get sea sick :( But it's absolutely beautiful

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  2. I am going through a rough time in my personal life and would like to thank you for sharing your thoughts, more specifically; " These past few years have really taught me to appreciate the simple things in life: having the time to sit down with family for meals, taking evening walks, the beauty of a sunset, and just enjoying being healthy, blessed, and alive."
    I have forgotten to be grateful for the little things and I thank you for helping me to remember...

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  3. Amazing adventure!! Enjoy your journey and everything you do in life!
    Make a change Cassie, not everyone has those thoughts and if we had more
    People like you, guaranteed our world wouldn't be the way it is...
    Glod bless you....

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  4. I'm glad to hear that you have a passion to travel. I dreamed of traveling around the world when I was in my early teens. I didn't get the chance to do it and it's one regret I have in life. Don't let any opportunity to travel pass you by. Thru you we all can enjoy your adventures that await you. I look forward to reading up on your travels. Preguntando se llega a Roma :) Un abrazo y suerte.

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  5. Thank you everyone for your sweet comments! It means so much to me that you're reading my blog. It's been a wonderful source of inspiration for me :)

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  6. Is it always so calm.. Looks a dream

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