Play on these tropical golf courses this winter

It’s been a wonderful summer filled with family, friends, and multiple rounds of golf. However, as the chill of fall begins to set in, the realization your hometown courses will soon be shutting for the season can be a bit of a buzzkill.

If you aren’t content to simply look up golf betting odds at William Hill so you can bet on golf tournaments all winter, then book a holiday so you can play on some tropical golf courses.

Below, we’ll share some getaways which have piqued our interest lately…

1) Black Mountain Golf Club, Hua Hin, Thailand

Want to mix in a round of golf during a getaway to Thailand? If you plan on spending time in the resort city of Hua Hin, book a tee time at Black Mountain Golf Club.

Graced by limestone karsts that have given this course its name, players will be challenged at every turn by a course which has hosted European Tour golfers in the past.

Mixing exceptional beauty with a degree of difficulty which will keep you on your toes, it is no wonder why this course has won numerous awards for being the best course in Asia as recently as 2016.

2) Cabo del Sol (Ocean Course), Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

If you have no desire to play in a place with oppressive levels of humidity, get in some time in on the Cabo del Sol Ocean Course instead.

Situated at the arid tip of Baja California, this Jack Nicklaus designed gem will mesmerize you with its vistas of rolling breakers, saguaro cacti, and swaying palms.

If you can manage to keep your focus on the task at hand, the course itself will require your best effort, with it demanding numerous shots over unforgiving terrain.

3) Abama Golf Club, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

If you’re seeking out sunshine with just a touch of warmth on your golf holiday this winter, make plans to spend it on Tenerife.

Far south enough to avoid polar air masses, yet cooled enough by cold ocean currents to allow for an eternal spring climate where temperatures average between 18 to 24 degrees Celsius in winter, comfort won’t be a problem when you hit courses such as the Abama Golf Club.

Situated on Tenerife’s Ritz-Carlton resort, the topography of this course varies dramatically from hole-to-hole, making use of a golf buggy essential for all but the most physically fit of golfers.

With waterfalls, views across the ocean to the nearby island of La Gomera, and a challenging layout worthy of the European Tour, it will be a round you will remember for some time to come.

4) Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club, Mauritius

Have you ever taken a boat to get to the tee box for the 1st hole? You will when you head out to play a round of golf at Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club in Mauritius.

Located entirely on an islet in Mauritius’ largest lagoon, this course boasts mangrove forests, black volcanic rock outcrops, and the same sugar white beaches which draw hordes of visitors to Mauritius annually.

Designed by Bernhard Langer, it is the ultimate golf experience for those enthralled by all things tropical.


 7 Must Visit Cafes in Moscow  

Moscow is quite famous for its chic cafes with great ambiance and beautiful interiors. The cafes are amazing to spend the afternoons in this city chatting away with your friends and enjoying the delicious food and coffee they offer. The cafes in Moscow offer the best-crafted coffee that will blow your mind away. Here is a list of some amazing cafes that are worth going to and splurging.

1. Bosco Café

Bosco Café, which is situated on Red Square, is the best place to visit and relax while sipping your coffee on the roof after exploring the near- by sites. It is a perfect place to spend your afternoon lunching and admiring the St Basil’s Tomb. The café is a bit on the expensive side, but it is worth the splurge.

2.    Cafe Pushkin

This café has its history as it is named after the famous poet Alexander Pushkin. This café is the best place to go if you want to enjoy the most authentic Russian Cuisines and extravagant desserts. The history of this café adds to its aesthetic value. Ask a waiter and he will give you a tour of this café.

3.    Vogue Café 

This café is for the chic and fashionable people. It is set amongst the high end stores, which makes it the perfect spot to stop by for a creamy cappuccino or a fancy cocktail. The big lamps and photo frames and chairs of different sizes and colors give the café a very sophisticated and a stylish vibe.

4.    Bar BQ Café 

Located on Red Square, it is a perfect spot to stop by for an excellent brew and some delicious food. It is an American style café and has the best burgers in the city. Visit this American inspired café for a chilled out afternoon with your friends.

5.    Café Milk

Café Milk was a dairy shop back in the Soviet period that sold fresh milk to the local people. It has now been transformed into a chic café that serves the perfect coffee and serves delicious food. The black and white theme that the café has gives it a very sophisticated vibe.

6.    I Love Cake

I love cake is a paradise for a sweet tooth. It serves everything that you can imagine. From waffles to American pancakes. Hey have all things sweet and nice. The variety of cakes they offer is just overwhelming. This is the perfect place to go if you are craving for the perfect slice of a blueberry cheesecake or anything.

7.    Coffee Mania

This café is very popular amongst Muscovites. It is known for serving world class coffee all over the city. The skilled baristas of this café have bagged many awards at the Russian Latte Art Championship. Visit this café for the perfect coffee and a lunch date with your friends. The perfect cup of coffee is enough to make anybody’s day. So head to Coffee Mania and have the best coffee of your life.

If wondering how to explore Moscow and its cafes, take advantage of Kiwitaxi that offers various services for local hire. You can be sure that you are going to get a world class services at affordable rates. Their drivers are trained, professional and courteous and would gladly cover popular locations in your destination city.

Top Driving Roads in Europe?

Many of us have thought of driving some iconic routes in Europe, I know I have. As it happens, we’ve come across a comprehensive infographic listing some of the best driving routes in Europe and attached it below.

Frankly, all of them look good but the one that really gets my attention is the Black Mountain Pass in Wales which, not surprisingly is known as one of the best roads in Wales. Take a look at the image above, it’s from the Black Mountain Pass, I’m glad I wasn’t sipping on a coffee when I saw it or said coffee would have ended on the screen. It’s beautiful, isn’t it?

Big thanks to Yourparkingspace for compiling such a great collection of driving routes.