Audrey St. Clair History of the Overwater Bungalow The concept was started by three U.S. expats living in Tahiti. By Audrey St. Clair posted Sep 19th, 2017 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the overwater bungalow, a concept that was started by three U.S. expats living in Tahiti. Overwater Bungalow Face Off: Tahiti vs. Maldives vs. the Caribbean Each destination boasts overwater bungalows, but which one is right for you? By Audrey St. Clair posted Sep 19th, 2017 The Maldives, the Caribbean and the Islands of Tahiti all boast overwater bungalows, but each destination offers a different experience. We zero in on what makes them… 20 Best Overwater Bungalows in the World From Tahiti to the Caribbean, these are the best overwater bungalows in the world. By Audrey St. Clair posted Sep 18th, 2017 Staying in an overwater bungalow is one of those bucket-list items you must check off. Of the world’s 8,000 rooms over the water, we’ve rounded up the 20 best — all… Hawaii Beaches: The 10 Best Get away to the best Hawaii beaches on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island By Audrey St. Clair posted Feb 4th, 2016 Sure, everyone knows Hawaii has some of the best beaches in the world, but which ones should you explore first? From green-sand shorelines (yes, really!) to snorkeling… How to Travel to Anguilla on $155 a Day By Audrey St. Clair posted Jan 24th, 2015 Anguilla is known as the island for celebs looking to escape the paparazzi. But a wallet that size is not a prereq for a visit. Have an Easy Weekend Getaway in Turks and Caicos By Audrey St. Clair posted Jan 15th, 2015 Low humidity and ever-present trade winds make June the summer month of choice for travel to the Turks and Caicos. Why You Should Stay at Valley Trunk Estate in the British Virgin Islands By Audrey St. Clair posted Jan 15th, 2015 A private home since the 1980s, the BVI's newest villa Valley Trunk Estate is now open to the public. There's nothing else like it on the island. A Weekend Getaway at Key West's Casa Marina Hotel By Audrey St. Clair posted Jan 13th, 2015 Do a candelight dinner on the sand. Munch on conch ceviche at the pool bar. Bike up to Duval Street. It's all there — it just depends on what mood you're in. How to Travel to Grand Bahama on $142 a Day By Audrey St. Clair posted Jun 2nd, 2014 Given a choice, I'd rather travel by boat. So the two-hour ride from Fort Lauderdale to Grand Bahama was made for me.