Heidi Klum is on vacation in Miami. Watch her use a hallway as a runway: ‘Date night’

Heidi Klum in da house!

The supermodel did what came naturally while on vacation in Miami Beach: she struck a pose.

On Instagram Wednesday, Klum strutted down the hallway of what appears to be the Soho Beach House Hotel.

The 49-year-old German native wears a tropical print bodycon in the video set to Saucy Santana’s “Walk.”

The cute clip was captioned “Date Night,” so we’re thinking the cameraman was husband, Tokio Hotel guitarist Tom Kaulitz, 32. The couple was spotted at the beach over the weekend.

Steamy South Florida in the summertime is the ideal time for Klum to visit.

Earlier this month on klum+stephen+colbert&view=detail&mid=9717B2CC17BF0042C0809717B2CC17BF0042C080&FORM=VIRE” data-ylk=”slk:“The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”” class=”link ““The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” the Victoria’s Secret vet disclosed her superpower: she can control perspiration.

The TV personality who has starred in such hits as “Project Runway” and “America’s Got Talent” said that these incredible natural abilities have been honed after years and years spent in the makeup chair.

“I can make myself not sweat in the face,” she said to laughs. “Because I don’t want to have a shiny face.”

“What do you say to your face?” a shocked Colbert asked. “I need that skill.”

“I just tell myself not to sweat in the face!” the “Making the Cut” star said. “I guess it’s from modeling. [Makeup artists] come all the time and they will put that powder puff in your face 24/7.”

OK, Klum is human.

“I sweat everywhere, where you don’t see it. That’s my talent! It’s hidden, because I don’t show it.”

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The best beach clubs and bars in Phuket

Planning a vacation to Phuket soon and looking for the best bars and beach clubs?

Phuket—with its beautiful beaches, renowned resorts, and delicious food destinations, it’s no wonder why it’s on the bucket lists of many people around the world. When you’re there, it’s very important to know where to drink, and which bar to go to. We have you covered. Here are the best bars and beach clubs to check out on the island.

Being the country’s largest island, Phuket is located in the southern province of Thailand, sitting among the white waves and blue skies of Andaman. It’s a popular destination for many reasons: the fine sands and palm trees gently moving to the breeze are enough to make both your mind and body relaxed.

You crack on your favourite book, order a refreshing drink, and the world seems to slow down. The lively town makes it perfect to hang around in the evening, shopping for local street food and island fashion. After all, once you’ve discovered the comfy heaven that are elephant pants, you never really go back.

If you’re looking for something more active, Phuket is also home to a very energetic nightlife scene. From music bars, to nightclubs and parties, the city has it all. Here’s our pick of the best bars and beach clubs in Phuket.

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This story first appeared on PrestigeOnline Thailand

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Café Del Mar is a gorgeous beach club that serves guests nothing but glamour and sophistication. Their food menu is filled with mouthwatering delicacies, and the drinks menu is extensive—from wine to spirits and champagne. The international brand is known as a haven for music and entertainment, and those

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Jennifer Aniston stuns in plunging bikini on the beach

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Jennifer Aniston stunned in a recent bikini shot. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Acepixs

Jennifer Aniston just shared a stunning beach selfie.

The sitcom star delighted her 40 million+ social media followers on Monday by posting a low-key vacation snap amid powder-fine sands. The actress showed off her sensational figure in a plunging and strappy bikini.

Spending quality solo time and seeming to have the beach to herself, the 53-year-old flaunted her ageless beauty as she sat on a deckchair. The camera took in most of her face, along with a thin-strapped black swimsuit and the straw hat she was wearing.

With relaxed energy and a slight smile, the Friends star added in plastic-rimmed shades on top of her seemingly makeup-free face.

Jennifer offered no clue as to where she was, but with an empty beach and lapping waves, it looked as if she had picked somewhere exotic.

Fans left over 300,000 Likes in under an hour as Jennifer used a wave, sunshine, and heart emoji for her caption.

Jennifer Aniston’s beauty secrets at 53 years old

Gone are the 20-something days that propelled Jennifer to fame as Friends exploded onto screens back in 1994. The Morning Show host, now earning twice the $1 million per episode she pocketed on Friends, has the magazines waiting in line for her beauty secrets — and she’s dished plenty.

“If I’m working, I’m up at 4:30, 5 a.m. If not, between 8 and 9 a.m., because I’m a late-night person—I putter. But usually when I wake up, I’ll make my standard cup of hot water with a slice of lemon in there,” she told jennifer-aniston-morning-wellness-fitness-beauty-habits/”Well + Good. “Then I wash my face — my whole face regime is just soap and water to wake myself up, then some

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Four snapshots of gratitude from a beach vacation :: WRAL.com

— 1. After hitting the beach that first morning of our family vacation, I played Uno back at the house with my sons, their hair still wet from the ocean. I would have preferred for one of them to win, but the cards fell in my favor. My boys scampered off on their own, leaving me at the table to shuffle through memories of my childhood. How I hated to lose! I remembered beating my father in Old Maid by looking at the reflection of the cards in his glasses!

There was a trip several decades ago to a different beach when my grandparents invited me to play Rook for the first time. This a bidding game, like Spades, and the strategy was over my head. I must have been a liability to my partner! Yet, what I most remembered was the patience and kindness of the adults.

My younger son interrupted these thoughts by asking if we could play again. And I excitedly dealt the cards.

2. The next day I jogged to the end of the beach where the ocean met the sound. This was a short distance from where the rest of my family had set up on the sand, but was still a slog. I had not been running in months, preferring to meander through the woods with our new dog, a form of exercise good for my soul but not to raise my heart rate.

I plodded underneath the hot sun, paying more attention to my aching legs and ragged breath than the swimmers, sunbathers, or seagulls, when suddenly a small blond boy came out of nowhere and started running beside me. With a wild grin, the boy shot ahead! Not to be outdone, I managed my own burst of

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Best Way to Prepare for a Tropical Vacation in 2022

After a year of hard work, there’s nothing you deserve more than a relaxing tropical vacation. The beach, the ocean, the sun—they all have a very therapeutic effect on humans, allowing us to relax, unwind and recharge. However, if you want to get the most out of your vacation and truly enjoy yourself to the max, it’s necessary to do some preparation before you board your flight. Here’s how to prepare for your beach vacation in just a few easy steps:

Pack a few swimsuits

The first thing we think of when mentioning a tropical vacation is the beach. While there are some nude beaches, most of them require a bathing suit, so make sure to go shopping for one in advance. If your goal is to relax and unwind, aim for a bathing suit that’s comfortable and makes you feel confident and beautiful at the same time. For those who love to follow trends, 2022 is all about belted one-piece suits as well as those pieces that are suitable both for the beach and a quick cocktail at the beach bar. If you’re more into functionality and timelessness, something neutral is always a good idea as a backup.


Stock up on sunscreen

Sunscreen will be your best friend on your tropical vacation. Sun is a great ally at the beach, but it can also harm your skin and cause you a lot of discomfort. Therefore, make sure to grab high-quality sunscreen with both UVA and UVB coverage. It’s crucial to opt for something strong, at least 30 SPF so you don’t have to suffer strong burns, or even worse, some lasting damage to your skin. Of course, follow your sunscreen with a sun lotion after you’re done with your sun exposure and after taking a refreshing bath. This

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Carolyn Hax: Sister wants guests at family’s annual beach vacation


Dear Carolyn: My sister and I live in different states but our families spend every Christmas together and take a beach trip to the same beach every year for the past 16 years. These occasions are the highlight of our and our kids’ year. Sometimes the beach is one week, sometimes two. This year it’s one because of college schedules and the soaring cost of vacation rentals.

My sister mentioned that she wanted her best friend (who lives in her same town) to come for a night. I said sure — it will be my sister’s birthday that night as well, and we have one extra bedroom. Then she mentioned that it’s actually her best friend plus the friend’s college friend and his daughter, who are going through some sort of tough time. When I said we wouldn’t have enough bedrooms, she said her best friend planned to camp on the lawn.

I am trying to succinctly identify what about this bothers me most so that I can try to address it, but am struggling. I am pretty sure I can shut down the camping on the lawn, as I’m confident it’s a violation of the lease agreement I signed — the friend can sleep on a couch or something if this all transpires. I think what probably bugs me most is that my sister is choosing to spend time with her best friend (and two complete strangers?), a friend she sees nearly every day at home, during a short window we have for our families to be together.

I think maybe a lesser concern is that I know the burden will fall to me to cook for and clean up after these people. When I asked my sister exactly what the plan was, so

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Hotels.com Seeks Candidates For ‘Retro Beach Motelier’ Job

In a new campaign to reinvigorate the nostalgia of America’s surf culture, while also promoting beach stays, Hotels.com is hiring their first-ever “Retro Beach Motelier.”

This job will require the chosen motelier to spend their summer of 2022 traveling to the best retro beach motels in the United States, from coast to coast.

It comes with a $10,000 travel stipend and itinerary that includes stays at properties, including The Pearl Hotel in San Diego and Vagabond Hotel in Miami.

The search for our Retro Beach Motelier started as a way to highlight highly-rated two and three-star beach motels that are just as amazing as the resorts travelers flock to on their beach trips,” said Hotels.com spokesperson Melissa Dohmen, in a media statement. “What also makes these beach motels ripe for this busy summer travel season is that they’re budget-friendly and guests can often find freebies like parking and breakfast.”

While on the job, the hiree will also go back in time, in terms of technology. The Retro Beach Motelier will have to put the smartphone aside and adapt to analog equipment to get the job done old school.

Their tasks will involve documenting their travels not on the ‘Gram or TikTok but more so with a classic Polaroid camera. The Motelier will also get summer office supplies such as high SPF zinc sunscreen, striped umbrellas, vintage sunnies (aka sunglasses), a cooler and a solar-powered AM/FM radio.

The Motelier won’t be completely alone on assignment, as this new hire can bring a plus one along for the ride.

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Hotels.com Seeks Retro Beach Motelier To Work In Coastal Motels In The US This Summer

Parties with pools, cabanas and DJs make a perfect combination for those who love to spend their vacations in beach cities. If you love to soak up the sun at a beachside paradise unchanged by the modern world, Hotels.com is offering you a dream job as the “Retro Beach Motelier.”

The Hotels.com Retro Beach Motelier will receive a $10,000 stipend to spend the rest of summer traveling back in time to the best retro beach motels across the USA. The suggested itinerary includes cozy coastal gems dripping in nostalgia, like The Pearl Hotel in San Diego and Vagabond Hotel in Miami. The selected applicants will be allowed to invite a guest of their choice will join them in this dream job.

Instead of spending vacation scrolling their smartphone and listening to podcasts by the pool, the Motelier will indulge in offline activities, like documenting the trip “for future generations.” The photos will be taken with a classic polaroid camera (instant film and camera provided). The IRL photo album of the trip may even appear on Hotels.com.

The Hotels.com Retro Beach Motelier will also be armed with old-school seaside accessories to help them unplug and unwind, including high SPF zinc, striped umbrellas, vintage sunnies, and a cooler for beachside beverages, and a solar-powered AM/FM radio. Plus, Hotels.com will award them a $5,000 “salary” to spend on beachside snacks their grandparents would approve of frozen custard, salt water taffy and snow cones.

“Travelers these days tend to search for all-inclusive hotels and resorts when planning their summer getaways, but our Retro Beach Motelier is out to prove that beach motels can be just as luxurious,” says Melissa Dohmen of Hotels.com in a press release. “These timeless motels are not only budget-friendly but will transport beachgoers – literally and figuratively – back

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A teenager is fighting for his life after contracting a brain-eating amoeba on a beach vacation with his family

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File photo of a beach.Charles Davis/Insider

  • A teenage boy in Florida has been hospitalized with a brain-eating amoeba infection.

  • His family brought him to the emergency room when he was feverish and hallucinating.

  • Doctors believe he may have inhaled a dangerous amoeba while swimming at the beach.

A 13-year-old boy in Florida has been hospitalized with a brain-eating amoeba infection after a family trip to the beach, NBC2 reported.

The Ziegelbauer’s vacation took a turn about a week after visiting Port Charlotte Beach, when their son Caleb began experiencing symptoms severe enough that they brought him to the emergency room.

He developed a headache and fever first, his family told the local news affiliate. They contacted his pediatrician when his fever spiked at 105 degrees and he began experiencing neck pain consistent with meningitis. The next day, Ziegelbauer began to hallucinate, prompting an hour-long drive to the hospital.

The boy is now being treated for swelling of the brain in the intensive care unit at Golisano Children’s Hospital, according to a Facebook post from his aunt Katie Chiet.

Doctors believe that Ziegelbauer contracted a brain-eating-amoeba-infected-a-swimmer-in-iowa-lake-2022-7?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=yahoo.com” data-ylk=”slk:brain-eating amoeba” class=”link “brain-eating amoeba called Naegleria fowleri while swimming at the beach. The amoeba is known to access the human brain by entering the nose, but most cases are officially diagnosed after a patient has died.

Only four people in the US are known to have survived infections with N. fowleri, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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“A lot of times people don’t get to the hospital quickly enough,” Chiet said. “We’re hoping that we did.”

The amoeba infection may be confused with meningitis

Symptoms of primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM) typically appear within a week of exposure

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