Prime Hon. Hu’akavameiliku and new FINA President, Captain Husain Al-Musallam, in Nuku’alofa. 8 December 2022.

The development of swimming and other water sports was discussed between Prime Hon. Hu’akavameiliku and new FINA President, Captain Husain Al-Musallam, who visited Nuku’alofa for a few hours, on 8 December. 

FINA is the international federation recognised by the International Olympic Committee for administering international competitions in water sports.

PMO stated that Tonga swimming has been part of FINA competitions

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Known as the Venice of America, Miami’s calmer and more elegant cousin, Fort Lauderdale is best known for its magnificent beaches covering over seven miles and winding intra-coastal waterway. Wanderers come from all over the world to visit the yachting capital of the world and are involved in many water activities and adventures, such as kite surfing, snorkeling, and witnessing sea turtles nesting. This beautiful city offers a unique gateway to amazing shorelines, wonderful wave

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I hate to admit it, but we’re nearing the final stretch of 2022. Summer is behind us and the holiday season is quickly approaching.

Throughout the year, incredible hotels have opened all over the globe, including the long-awaited Aman New York (with nightly rates over $3,000), the architecturally stunning Conrad Los Angeles and the Madrid Edition, where I stopped in for a drink at the gorgeous lobby bar earlier this year.

But there are still

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Picture-perfect Los Cabos offers a desert-meets-sea aesthetic, with gorgeous burnt orange rock formations that tumble down to meet the wide open Pacific.

Los Cabos is a natural stunner, but it also happens to be one of Mexico’s most luxurious destinations. Packed with some of the best resorts in the country, Los Cabos often sets the bar on a five-star experience. 

But there is much more to this southern Baja town than stellar accommodations. The destination

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