Cambodia, specifically Siem Reap, is always synonymous with the magnificent Angkor Wat and the centuries- old temples. Siem Reap alone has over hundreds of temple ruins from the early centuries plus a few hundred more that are being used until the present. You won’t really run out of temples to visit should you want to stay here for a longer period of time.
Close your eyes and imagine that you could travel anywhere you wanted to. Imagine the place. What do you see? What does it sound like? Are you alone or is anybody with you? What is the weather like?
The effects of this current situation, what it actually is really settled on me this week. I say 'settled on me' because I haven't for a second felt surprised by any of it, I have an understanding of what's happening and why, but a few things happened this week that brought the sadness of it all to me a bit.
We all want to travel. Everyone has somewhere they want to see, experience, and explore. Funny thing is, those of us "travellers at heart" have quite a few places in common. Actually, we have a lot of places in common, enough to make a list. ;)
Spring holidays have always been considered one of the best times to travel, and 2021 is not an exception. At the same time, the beginning of the current year was signified by the burst of coronavirus that makes many people think twice choosing a destination for their dream rest.
As traveling becomes a priority for more people, choosing just one destination seems impossible. A great place to start, however, is the backyard of the United States. With countless scenery options, from mountain escapes to historic regions to revitalized cities there is plenty to experience. These are some of the best holiday destinations for 2020.
Having lived in New York City since I was five years old, it kills me when I meet people who say they don't like the city – I'm always convinced they're just going to the wrong places.
Trek at the Valley of Flowers –
The world is an art form, different at every step and corner. In the North Pole, you see the frozen ice cap mountains, experience chilly air, and frozen lakes while in the South Pole you get the ultimate frozen mystery of Antarctica or extreme hot lands of Australia.
Before the birth of civilization and human civilization as we know it, humans made clans and roamed the world in nomadic clans. Now before we had countries and boundaries and world wars, people were simply looking for the best place that would tend to their needs along with the needs of their clansmen. So they took many years of roaming around the planet to find that resting place, people migrated from one place to the other depending on the weather of places. This wandering was done on foot and if not on foot people used horses and other such animals to help them look for their homeland.
Those who seek to travel, they travel with their hearts and minds open for anything. It is said that a true traveler finds everything of worth wherever the wind may take him.