Posts Tagged“travel”

While road tripping can be a cheap and easy way to see the sights contained in the world around you and have an adventure on your way to your final destination, there can also be some drawbacks to this form of travel. Not only do you need to concern yourself with the reliability of your vehicle and the safety of being on the road and avoiding car or truck accidents, but you also might have to face certain health issues that could creep up on you as well. So to help ensure that you’re able to make it back home…

With the arrival of summer, the suitcases are already anxious to roll out of the door of your home. The sun, the heat, and the good weather are an injection of energy to move us up and down looking for the best landscapes, the most delicious food or the sunsets that will leave us breathless. The world is big and full of incredible places but sometimes they are not within our pockets. If you live in Europe or have scheduled to go around the continent during the hot months then forget about the Tower of London or the Paris museums,…

In 2018, nearly $762 billon was spent on domestic and international leisure travel, according to the U.S. Travel Association. While that’s a rather hefty amount, the reality is, travel is like getting a fun education, brining numerous lessons that can be applied in our daily lives. Patience When you travel, especially to a different country, not everything flows just like you expect it to. When you’re at home, you’re probably familiar with how everything works, where the ATMs are, which stores have your favorite foods and so on. But in a new place, everything is different, and often, obstacles arise.…

My friend Tatiana Kukanova and I have just returned from the most amazing 3 month tour around Europe and little bit of North Africa and we are both currently suffering from something of a travel hangover. During the last 3 months we have seen and done some of the most amazing things and we have also met some truly incredible people. There were also some tough times on the road of course and I for one couldn’t have gotten through it without my close friend Tatiana, the perfect travel companion. If you are thinking about going traveling with someone then…

Located in the Iberian Peninsula of Europe, Spain is the ultimate cultural and party destination in the world. The diversity of the country does not just end with its geography but also holds good for its culture and heritage. Whether it is the eye-catching architecture of Catalonia or the passionate dance form of Andalusia, Spain is a complete package of surprises and delight for both old and young. Commuting around the country is equally convenient as the country provides an excellent transport system. Trains are the much-preferred mode of transport here as the Barcelona to Madrid train takes about two…