One of the newest trends that involves celebrating growing families is the invention of the babymoon vacation. A babymoon is a lot like a honeymoon in many senses; it's a vacation taken together by couples to celebrate their romance and love of one another. They are both romantic vacations that involve a nice respite from the world - however, with babymoons, the couple is expecting a new baby within a matter of months.
The time of year now designated as the beginning of May has long been an occasion for the celebration of seasonal change in northern Europe. The end of the winter and the beginning of the warmer weather that would lead to summer.
I have been living in Canada since November 2016, and I thought I should share my first hand experiences from here while I move from place to place.
I have always been a bit fascinated with the Romans. I won’t bore you with the detailed distinctions between Ancient Rome, the Roman Republic, and the Roman Empire, but suffice to say that the centuries defined by the power of Rome was an incredibly exciting period of history that really shaped the world as we know it today.
When planning a vacation to Ireland, you might know where the best vacation spots in Ireland are. Much of the Irish population is centered in a few select cities, leaving much of the country wide-open territory – a frontier of locations to visit and take in that most people never see.
With the advent of discount flights, the default way of travelling around Europe seems to have become flying.
An island nation, it’s not surprising that the United Kingdom is blessed with some fantastic coastal locations to explore and experience. While the weather may not always lend itself to lying on the beach, sipping cocktails, and working on your tan, nevertheless there is plenty of interest around the coast of Great Britain.
I moved to South Korea to pursue my Doctoral Degree last February 2015. I did minor research before coming in, since Philippines and South Korea are both Asian countries, I didn't expect there would be a need for huge adjustment. But in South Korea, prepare to be surprised! Here are some of the things I wish someone had briefed me about.
When you’re visiting a new or unfamiliar city, it can sometimes feel a little difficult to really get to grips with the place within a relatively short period of time. As a visitor, it's hard to get under the skin of a city – you inevitably feel like an outsider, like you're somehow skating across the surface and missing out on some of the real gems that only the locals seem to understand.
On my first few visits to Paris I only ever stayed in hotels — usually in the Opera district, and then amidst the nightlife of Le Marais. Whatever your budget, a good hotel in a great location is the perfect introduction to this vibrant and beautiful city – enabling you to see the sights, test your language skills, and get a feel for how everything works.
Going on a cruise is a great idea if you love the idea of enjoying great food, beautiful views, and the gentle rocking of a ship on water. The fact is that travel agents also love cruises, especially if they are from bigger names like Viking Cruises, because they're very profitable. Truthfully, a good cruise excursion is worth every penny - even if it is pricey.
A few years ago I was working in Japan for a couple of months.