While many people find comfort in planning out every detail of their upcoming travels before they happen, one thing that’s commonly overlooked when planning and preparing for a trip is the potential for injury. Especially if this is a trip you’ve been looking forward to for a long time, your rose-colored glasses might make it hard for you to contemplate anything bad happening to you along the way. But if statistics are to be trusted, there’s always a chance that you could get hurt while you’re away on vacation. So
Getting The Full English Experience In London For Americans traveling into or across Europe, London is often the highlights of the whole trip. It might not be as beautiful as Paris, or as hot as Madrid, but London is the capital city of England, and England still feels like ‘the old country’ for many Americans. It’s a city where everyone speaks our language, and it’s an exciting blend of modernity and ancient history. Nearly twenty million people visit London every year, and all of them will have their own
Fall is near, and it’s time to start planning your yearly leaf-peeping adventures. You don’t have to visit the same old places you always do. Try something new this year. Explore the various landscapes offered by the diverse geography of the United States. If you’re not sure where to start looking, try starting right where you are. Read through this brief overview, featuring some of the best leaf-peeping destinations to visit in the fall. Start planning your next road trip today. Travel the Blue Ridge Parkway North Carolina and Virginia
The megacity that Pinoys call Metro Manila is actually made up of 16 cities and 1 municipality, and the largest of these cities in terms of both population and land area is Quezon City. More than 3 million Filipinos reside in its massive 166.20 square kilometer land area. Currently, this city is also experiencing a boom in developments, so there are now a lot of new destinations to explore here, in addition to old favorites that have attracted visitors for generations. In this short guide, we’ll take a closer look
With summer about to come to a close in many places, you might be thinking that it’s time to start planning for your next vacation of the season. And as fall comes after summer, planning a fall vacation may be on your calendar. Fall presents itself in very different ways depending on where in the world you are. So to help you take full advantage of everything the fall has to offer and ensure that you enjoy this beautiful season, here are three tips for planning the perfect autumn vacation.
Finding the time to catch some true relaxation can be troublesome in everyday life, making vacation time something to be coveted all year long. When you do get time to step away from your regular responsibilities for a few days, it’s vital that you choose the most perfect destination. If you’re looking for that dream beach vacation, the coastal areas of the U.S. have plenty to offer. Check out a quick look at some of the best beach destinations in the United States, and start planning your relaxation vacation today.
If you’re planning a trip abroad for longer than a few months, then it’s vital that you prepare as much as possible. In order to enjoy your upcoming trip and be as carefree as possible, it’s critical that you create a checklist of the most important things you’ll need to do first. There’s nothing worse than leaving for your trip only to find that you forgot critical steps which can affect the entire trip. Therefore, to help you prepare for your extended trip abroad, here are five things you’ll need
Almeria is something of an oddity in Spain. While the country is famed for its hot weather and clear beaches, most wouldn’t typically associate it with deserts and the wild west. That can’t be said for Almeria. This area is closer to the Wild West than the actual old west of America. It has even served as a soundstage for the west in many films over the years. Even outside of Hollywood productions, the history of the region in the Spanish Civil War makes it a colourful place to live.
Travel pictures have a bit of a bad reputation, what with people taking selfies or engaging in foolish behavior at popular destinations. Just recently, Russian authorities struggled to close off access to a toxic lake swarmed with internet influencers who want the perfect shot of themselves in the gorgeous, but deadly, turquoise waters. We’re more aware than ever of the importance of living the experience rather than just snapping pictures of it. Does that mean we should give up travel photography? Not at all. Taking photos while you travel is
Vietnam really is a country that offers something for everyone. From thousands of miles of unspoilt coastline to cultural trips to the interior and far north, this country remains, on the whole, untainted by mass tourism and as a result is a unique and refreshing destination for people of all ages. Although Vietnam can be visited independently, the ticketing and general language barrier makes organising a family holiday very difficult, there are a few Vietnam luxury tours specialists who can save you the stress of going it alone and ultimately