If you are like most people, traveling to the USA would be a dream-come-true, regardless of your length of stay and purpose of visiting. The world’s biggest superpower has too many tourist sites, many diverse cultures to explore, awesome cities to tour, and some of the most magnificent infrastructures you will ever see in your entire life. It also offers you the rare opportunity of enjoying the many breathtaking outdoor activities the world has to offer, including swimming on the beach, hiking, scooter tours in Las Vegas, horseback riding, and boat riding in New York. The USA is also among the biggest economies in the world which makes it one of the best places to do business.
As awareness surrounding global warming increases, it's natural that more of us are becoming more conscious of our carbon footprint, and the impact on the Earth that we are personally responsible for. If you haven't heard of a carbon footprint before, a carbon footprint refers to the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere as a result of the activities that you have partaken in. Every person, every community, every country and every organization has a carbon footprint; whilst it's large counties and organizations who are responsible for a large majority of issues surrounding pollution and global warming, it's important that we all play our part to impact the world positively—no matter how small our actions are.
There are so many reasons why you might not be able to travel right now, but you can still bring the world to you wherever you are.
Whether you're traveling within the United States or leaving the country, it's always a safe bet to have a safety checklist for unexpected events. This can include, an injury, car accident, etc. It's always a safe bet to have a list to reference back to in case of an emergency. From my experience, this simple list will help you be better equipped and ready to vacation without worries.
Celebrating your last night of freedom is as important as getting down on one knee before the big day. Having said that, picking the best location for a legendary stag do is one of the toughest decisions to make. When it comes to deciding upon stag activities, you need to give yourself a reason to get an adrenaline rush. Make your stag party an affair where all the fallen angels are set free, and there are no consequences.
I recently traveled through Singapore on my way to a week in Indonesia. This wasn’t unusual — Singapore is one of the major hubs for air travel in Southeast Asia, along with Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. I had a few different flight options and opted for one with a stop in Singapore so that I could have dinner and sightsee with my friend Margaret, who lives and works there. I also booked a hotel room through a web site she recommended. Traveling to Singapore is pretty easy for most people; here are a few things I learned before and after arrival, which may be helpful to first-time travelers from abroad.
When you go a long distance trip or a shaky or heightened one either on air or on the sea, you usually experience jet lag. It’s when you feel dizzy after getting off the plane or the ship. It’s when you still feel like you’re floating up there when your feet are already stepping on land. There’s a feeling that your body has not yet moved on from that long travel.
If we were made to stay still, we would have roots instead of feet. So why do we stand still? Maybe because we’re scared of what might happen if we turn a dream into reality, a dream of bright, warm sand between our toes, or luscious green canopies above our heads…
Whether you're doing a short camping trip or going on a long backpacking trip, there's one oft-forgotten necessity that you don't want to forget.
Our first ever airport journey can be a bit intimidating. It seems like there are so many things to remember.
How many of us actually think about airport parking issues while planning a trip? We do pay a lot of attention to other aspects of travelling such as food, hotel reservation, and flight booking and so on. We want the most top notch choices for all these components but what happens to parking issues at busy airports should be one of the biggest concerns of every traveller.
This was my first trip since my accident that has left me using a wheelchair so I was not sure what to expect. My first impression was that the city is full of history and very accessible to wheelchairs. The curbs were nice and low and smooth pavements made it easier to get around. There was loads to see and do here but we were only staying for a weekend before jumping the train to New York, so we had to decide what we wanted to see.