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Find Your Favorite Beach in Daytona Beach

Posted on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 10:00 AM by Tonya West

Maybe it’s a mood thing. Do you prefer to go to the same stretch of sand time and time again when you go to the beach? Or, when someone says “let’s go to the beach!” do you envision peace and tranquility one day and maybe frivolity and fried foods the next? One thing’s for sure – Daytona Beach time is happy time. 

The pristine waterways of the Daytona Beach area are truly delightful addition to any vacation experience. And whether it's high-energy adventure or peaceful mindfulness you're seeking, the best way to immerse yourself in these aquatic settings is via a kayak or canoe. 

The Creative Culinary Scene in Daytona Beach

Posted on Thursday, May 5, 2016 9:00 AM by Tonya West

I remember the first time I had Buffalo Shrimp. I was totally bowled over by the sheer genius-ness of it. Genius if only because you could grab onto the tail, fit one entire shrimp in your mouth and not waste an ounce of hot sauce on your hands and face. Practically mess-free and deep down delicious! 

Discover Arts & Culture Galore in Daytona Beach!

Posted on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 9:00 AM by Lori Campbell Baker

Pictured: South Beach Street, Daytona Beach by J. Ralph Wilcox.

Experience the world's largest collection of Florida art! The Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art opened on the grounds of Smithsonian-affiliated Museum of Arts & Sciences. It's a $13 million facility filled with 2,700 paintings dating from the 19th century, the most extensive collection of Florida art in the world.

Adventures with Captain Corn in Ormond Beach

Posted on Monday, May 2, 2016 9:00 AM by Guest Blogger

Photo: Toronto Star Reporter Lola Augustine Brown takes in the beauty of fishing the inland waters of Ormond Beach with The Good Life Charters

Guest blogger Captain Scott Cornelius, The Good Life Charters


As every fun filled year comes to an end, a new one begins. It's up to you to create "the filler."

I was honored to have an extremely unique guest aboard my vessel, "The Good Life." A guest from far away. As far as Canada to be exact. Her name is Lola and she carries a note pad and camera basically everywhere she goes.