Nothing like the freedom of the open road, right? Wide eyed and bushy tailed I embarked on a road trip across the U.S with little knowledge of the functionality of my car or the terrain we were both about to endure. These are the questions I hadn’t considered before hand that I should have:
When you’re planning a travel trip, you will need to plan out what types of articles you want to write. You can get a lot of articles out of one trip. The more articles you can write about a single trip, the more money you can make from it.
This one might be a little taboo because nobody likes to talk about the tricky parts of traveling – difficult airlines, delays, etc. aside. Hear me out – girls’ trips are amazing BUT sometimes, they can turn into absolute chaos. We’ve all been there – a beautiful trip planned with your best friends and then *BAM* the drama tornado comes crashing in and rains on your parade. I went to Cabo with four girlfriends a few weeks ago and we realized that we had successfully pulled off a girls’ trip that had zero drama, fights, pettiness, cattiness, etc. I got a DM on Instagram asking if it was only “picture perfect” on the ‘gram and if not, how we pulled it off so, I wanted to share with you how we went about planning the trip as well as how the trip itself went off without a hitch.
The best adventure experience in Beijing, and possibly all of China, is the Great Wall. Everyone has heard about it, and everyone who has traveled to China has probably visited it, but few people have ever truly experienced it.
These days, not having a car feels like not being able to walk. We use our four-wheeled babies to get everywhere, and do everything, especially on road trips. This is when they can sometimes literally feel like an extension of our own bodies. And, like with our own bodies, we have to take care of our cars during road trips. Today, we are going to talk about the famous Australian outback road trip adventure, and the things you have to do to keep your car healthy during this journey. While there are a lot of things you can and should do to keep your car in top form, we are going to list the most important ones, for beginner and veteran adventurers alike.
Going on vacation is always an escape from the world that awaits us back at home. Whether it is beaches or forests, a new place is bound to bring happy memories for years to come. However, there is something that could get in the way of this fantastic time. It's that little piece of technology that almost everyone owns these days and can usually be found right in front of our faces.
So you have made the wonderful (but sometimes scary) decision to travel the world. Deciding to travel for the first time can be a huge step, and one that is not for the faint of heart. While traveling does not necessarily mean leaving the country, this blog is directed mostly to those who are leaving their country of origin. Whether you are traveling for the first time, still deciding if you want to travel, or if you are new to the travel game, then this post was made for you! Before you can pack your suitcase, there are a few things you must keep in mind.
Traveling can be expensive, and the biggest cost of traveling tends to lie within the price of an airline ticket. Domestic flights on average are a few hundred dollars, and flights out of the country can be priced at $1,000 or more depending on the destination. If you have traveled before, and like to save money, then you know how tiring it can be searching for hours on end to find the cheapest flights. There are countless search engines, all with empty promises and fluctuating prices. Let’s face it, the process of finding cheap flights can be exhausting and overwhelming. Here are some fantastic tips to help you book the next flight that can save you frustration, time, and above all else, money.
This photo may look wild and remote. But the truth is that we shared a path with hundreds, maybe even thousands of people with selfie sticks, hiking up the steep path to the iconic Storr. The road below was lined with the cars of these eager visitors, causing traffic jams.