Beaches have always been my favourite holiday getaway. Beaches never let you down. No matter the hour of the day or the people who you are with, you always find new and exciting things to experience like build sand castles with your little ones, watch the sunset filled with astonishing colours with your partner, dance at a beach party with your friends or enjoy a relaxing walk on the sandy beach by yourself. So, I am always on the search for new beach destinations and experiences and I came across this small tropical island in the Indian Ocean named Sri Lanka. It seemed like a beautiful place to visit, so I did.
When I first began to think of going to Moscow and the counting of Rubles, the official currency of Russia, I think of Shakespeare’s famous plays. I began to imagine an ancient city, as old and quaint as my imagination can fathom. Moscow counts as a very modern city dotted here and there by relics of the hay days of capitalist reign, an impression that still lingers on her shoulder. Yet, the monasteries, which I visited and the famous cathedrals that have survived far more dramatic threats are under some kind of reconstruction. My mind’s eye can still glaze at the unbreakable Kremlin Walls and hovering Towers and the Red Square where many wonderful, and truly elaborate parades must have taken place through the centuries, watched by Czars and other great figures of the day.
A few years ago on September 21st 2015, I visited New York on the invitation of the U.N. to attend the International Day of peace.
The Kingdom of Thailand is abbreviated to Siam, which was the name of Thailand until May 11, 1949. Known as the "Land of Smiles", this place has become one of the most popular travel destinations for tourists worldwide. Thailand's popular tourist cities include Chiang Mai and Phuket in the north, the sunny islands of Koh Samui and Phuket in the south, the fashionable and modern capital of Bangkok in the center, the historical capital of Ayutthaya and Pattaya, known as the "Hawaii of the East".
If you ask an average person if they have ever visited Indonesia, they will say yes and tell you all about their holiday to Bali, where they stayed in a luxury and cheap villa in Ubud with an infinity pool.
Fishing is probably not the most interesting to do. The good thing is that there are a good number of people that love fishing. They even set out a plan where they can charter a ship and head out to sea to do some fishing. When you want to go fishing or something along the lines of fishing out in the open sea, you need to plan for this trip ahead.
Living in a van raises questions that you wouldn’t even think about if you lived in a house. And the main one is definitely how to stay clean. Anyone’s who’s lived in a van for more than a week will know that campsites and gyms have showers you can use. But as we’re all painfully aware, those places are closed right now. So how is anyone living in a van supposed to stay clean when hygiene is more important than ever?
I’ve always been a bit obsessed with intruders. Even in the daytime, thoughts of home invasion are never far from my mind. So living in a van was the obvious choice.
In the months before quarantine, I traveled to Peru with my family. I used to live in Peru, and I’ve often acted as a guide to Machu Picchu. The last time I went, I met up with one of my high school friends and his family. I hadn’t seen him for about ten years, and it was wonderful to have the chance to catch up and see how our lives have changed, and how they’ve stayed the same.