Published 7 months ago
You’re about to hit the open road for a weeklong trip. The car’s all gassed up, you have the best snacks, and music all picked out, and you’ve written down every address and phone number you need in your phone. However, as with most trips, you keep feeling like you’re forgetting something. It might be nothing, or it might be something that could make or break your road trip. Some items might seem rather obvious to keep in your car, especially for a road trip, but it goes without saying that it’s always important that you have the best materials available to keep your road trip fun and safe.
Heading for a cruise vacation? Have you got everything sorted for the perfect vacation? If yes, you must have thought of how to get to and from your cruise. A well-planned vacation includes each and every detail, including the transportation of each part of the journey. Well, there are quite a few options you can make use of when you are coming down your cruise and heading back to the city or airport; especially, if you are arriving at Southampton cruise terminal, and want to be heading back to central London for a day or two before leaving, or for a quick browsing around the shops before leaving for the airport.
Published 8 months ago
Just because you go on vacation, it doesn’t mean that you have to make unhealthy decisions. It is fine to indulge a little bit, but it is also possible to make smart choices, even when traveling. Here is how to bring your healthy lifestyle with you on vacation.
English is a lingua franca of today, and it is almost a necessity to learn, at least some of it, to be able to communicate with people from around the world. Although standard language lessons can give you a basic understanding of language fundamentals, the best way to master it entirely is by immersion. Visiting cities and countries where English is the primary language will make you step out of your comfort zone, and compel you to start speaking it wherever you go. Any simple task, like going to the grocery store, bar, museum, or asking for directions will allow you to practice your skills. Moreover, you will simultaneously learn about those countries’ culture. How much you’ll absorb is only determined by the effort you are willing to make. So, here are six friendliest cities you should consider visiting if you wish to learn the English language:
Amidst the castles, historic monuments, and royalty that is still present, you will find contemporary attractions, and incredible shops for those who have a day of shopping in the cities they visit.
Girona is a very proudly Catalonian city sitting in the north east of Spain, it's filled with bridges, history, and a rich culture. A somewhat hidden gem in the shadow of Barcelona, which is just a little over an hour away, it's a place which hasn't been commercialised into a Western city like so many others. The cobbled streets are full of character, filled with local shops selling clothes, pottery, food, and much more.
When you travel, you forget every task you have at home, in school, or at work. It’s a time you heal from all stress you get from work. It’s a time to take a break from everything that bothers you. It’s a time for you to unwind, relax, and rest.
Friend 1: "Hey, we have a long weekend coming up. What are your plans?"
As I am already thinking of holidaying, I thought I would share some obvious and not-so obvious gems. Below are a few destinations where you could be putting your feet up and chilling for a well-earned break, whether you wanna save, spend, or splurge!
How would you know if you want to read something I am writing about if you don’t know who the heck I am?
The first question I’m asked whenever I open my favorite subject; which is, of course, traveling; is, "What does it mean to travel while educating yourself?" My answer varies from person to person. There’s no clear definition of educational travel in the end. It would be too hard to define such a broad experience of emotions, thoughts, spirituality, and communication. It would be restrictive and pretentious. I like to always leave room for improvisation.