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The planet we live in never cease to impress us, with incredible landscapes and natural or men made wonders that usually leave visitors speechless. Although most of these locations are monetarily prolific, it does not mean that they are going to stick around for much longer.
From global warming to political conflicts, countries and its landmarks are shifting in a way that there is little that can be done in order to shift their predicted outcome. Therefore, you should really start packing as some of these destinations are predicted to disappear or be severely read more
2013 was a great year for traveling, we have visited and learned way more about different cities around the world than ever before. Traveling just as living is a constant learning experience and even if we avoid doing so, we usually fall into the same patterns while visiting unknown destinations.
But 2014 has arrived! And there is no better time to analyze the year past and tweaking some of our travel planning in order to maximize our experience. We have selected 7 things we desire to change in our travel future, which could be used by any constant read more
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and for us travelers, it is also a great window to the personality and culture of a country. Breakfast meals around the world differ from city to city, state to state, but they are always a good excuse to indulge without any guilt. Because if you are anything like us, you could eat these meals for the entire day.
So get ready, pack your eating pants and join us on a trip through some of the world’s tastiest breakfast meals.
While visiting the land of the queen, make sure to enjoy some eggs, bacon, sausages, read more
Competitions are some of the most celebrated events around the world, and sometimes enabling exquisite people to become a celebrity even if only for a day. Different countries host different competitions, which attract hundreds or even thousands of people to share a common passion.
We have selected some of the quirkiest competitions around the world. Therefore, bring your talents to the table and fight for some of these valuable prizes.
Most of us make summer the main season for traveling. Everybody is more than happy to flock to a deserted beach during summer, but for most of us, North Hemisphere residents, it is an easier option to come to terms with our snowy reality during winter.
Although we do agree that a tropical holiday sounds way more appealing than touring a snowy city, we do have a selection of fun fueled winter destinations for all year long travelers. From skiing havens and Christmas markets to a paradisaical cheat, these destinations will assure you of a memorable winter getaway.
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Most travelers would agree that as much as touring different countries keeps our souls healthy, most of the time we can not say the same about our bodies. Usually we use trip as an excuse to unwind from our daily lives, diets and schedules, which could potentially take a toll in our health and well-being, specially for constant travelers.
Business travelers are the most affected by the disadvantages of over-indulging while on the road. For a longer period of time, a decrease in productivity can be clearly seen as the days go by.
The travel industry has been attending read more
As you may know by now, we are nuts for travel blogs. For long we have followed the adventures of these digital nomads that call all corners of the world, home sweet home. We have started a series of interviews with this brave bunch, in order to get some answers to our burning travel questions.
Meet Lauren Juliff, the creative mind behind one of the most inspiring travel blogs to date. She is very candid about her good and bad experiences abroad, which will enable you to fully join her in exciting trips around the globe. The girl is a magnet for crazy adventures, and after traveling to read more
The world is a compilation of endless soulful cultures and breathtaking landscapes which are just waiting to be explored. By traveling you can expand your understanding and tolerance of things you did not even know existed.
Although some tourists believe that they can immerse themselves into a country’s culture by booking a plane ticket and 5-star resort, it is not even close to the reality.
We have selected some of the experiences that one must have at least once in a lifetime. by partaking in some of these experiences, you will learn not only how special each country is, but also get to know ideas read more
Who hasn’t heard about the iconic cities in Europe? From the romantic Paris, to the hip Berlin to the open-minded Amsterdam, all of these cities are usually a top priority when planning an Eurotrip.
The old continent is an endless source of culture, art, food and landmarks which are not necessarily restricted to big cities. Furthermore, their outstanding attractions have been incessantly milked to the bone for the sake of tourism, causing them to lose a bit of the flair that made them so iconic to begin with.
We have selected some of our favorite tourist dodging alternatives, read more
Overpacking is a common nuisance most travelers choose to face while traveling abroad. We usually cogitate the worst case scenario as an excuse to stuff most of our wardrobe into our suitcases. Usually, this mistake is made by late packers, people that usually wait until the last minute to pack for short-term or long-term getaways.
When we pack last minute, many problems may occur in between our house door and the hotel door. Overweight charges during check-in, no space for souvenirs and gifts, getting most of the clothes dirty due to the lack of space, to name a few.
We have learned a few tricks in order to pack more efficiently and we read more