Planning the perfect trip can take months, especially when coming up with the perfect itinerary. You plan out every moment perfectly. But once you arrive at your destination, it is easy to whiz through your list of “to do’s” without truly enjoying the experience. An easy way to slow down and enjoy your trip is by keeping a travel journal!
Everyone should be able to travel despite the world's lack of inclusion for those who are a part of minority groups-- like those with physical disabilities. Thankfully, there are various groups and individuals who recognize this issue and have created resources for travelers with physical disabilities. Click to read more!
Get inspired to get outside. With summer coming to an end and the work days getting longer, it’s time to push the boundaries. This list of rigourous adventure movies will inspire you to get out the door and end your summer with your biggest adventure yet.
The United States has the most expensive health care costs in the world, so for immigrants who are fleeing their home countries for a better life in the United States it is clear they can probably not afford it.In the United States we have things like medi-cal and other federal health care plans that are “affordable” healthcare options. However, immigrants and their families do not have access to these plans.
New Zealand is known for its amazing scenery, ocean views, snowy mountains and friendly people. Sometimes all included in one shot! The surf culture is no different. As an island country, there are endless breaks surrounding the beautiful country. From long beach breaks, to hideaway spots on private farms, New Zealand offers endless waves. And unlike Southern California surf culture, New Zealanders, better known as Kiwi’s, are not territorial and more than happy to show you around their favorite spots.
Traveling solo is not for everyone but there are some benefits according to those who do. Some describe it as an almost religious experience. Whether you’re backpacking across Europe or on a roadtrip across the United States there is something to be said about experiencing new things by yourself. Read on to learn about some resources to prep you on your next solo travel trip.
There are some definite pros and cons to working as a crewmember that I know all onboard staff will agree with, and if you’re thinking sailing off into the sunset, it’s best you learn about them ahead of time. Read on to get your nautical knowledge underway!
“Travel-TV” is one of the main pillars of my personal corona survival guide and I’m so excited to be able to share with you some of my favorite programs! Read on for some serious vicarious living, but careful of that good ol’ travel bug; I’ve got a serious case of it myself, these days.
Food is the best part of traveling; one of the things I’ve been missing most lately is the experience of tasting a new cuisine for the very first time. Read on for some travel-inspired recipes to help feed the beast of wanderlust all from the comfort (and safety) of your own kitchen.
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