Social Media, 24-hour news, radio and on the pulse reporting has made daily life very noisy. More traffic on the roads, more people hitting the town and the loss of weekly family time means we have disconnected from nature and been drawn into technology. People spend more time looking down at their phones than they do up at the stars. Continue reading
There is a plethora of incredible travel related content and advice out there. It comes from guidebooks and travel blogs and websites like this one. Articles written by travel writers, bloggers, and locals offer the best insight on what to do, what to see, what to eat, what to shop. They also offer many other little tricks and tips that are helpful to anyone who visits a new place.
Ghana is one of the most interesting places to be found along the Gulf of Guinea in the West Africa area. Although it is an unusual destination for travelers and tourists, the unitary presidential constitutional democracy is home to a number of hidden gems, which make it well worth a visit. Continue reading
Modern, prosperous and dynamic, Singapore is a global hub for finance, high-tech industry and international trade. If you’re visiting on holiday, it’s a shopper’s haven and a foodie’s dream, with gleaming malls and a legendary food scene that takes in everything from Chinese, Malay and Indian street food to sophisticated fine-dining restaurants. Continue reading
There are many different ways we can move from point A to point B in current times. Whether you prefer to fly somewhere and make it to your destination asap, or you like driving somewhere and making the journey itself part of the adventure, there are options. One great option people often disregard is taking a train! Trains are great because they’re spacious, you can get up and walk around at your leisure, and you can enjoy the scenery out. Continue reading
Nowadays you can fly straight across the world. And planes are getting smaller and more cramped. Unless you fly First Class, lucky you. But even if you’re not taking a 16-hour flight, and more like a 7-hour flight, it’s still a long time to be in a cramped seat. Knowing some long haul flight tips can be extremely helpful. Continue reading
2016 came and went, and man was it a crazy year. I experienced some of the worst days of my life as well as well as some of the best. But no matter how tough it got this year, I come out of it extremely grateful and excited for the future.
In 2016 I lived in three different states. Oregon, Utah, and now Texas. The moves were extremely stressful which added to the hard times of 2016 but each place brought something good. 2016 was a crazy year for a lot of people and I hope 2017 can bring a lot of good to many of our personal lives. Continue reading
Visiting the San Antonio River Walk any time of the year is already a nice and enjoyable sight. But from late November through early January, you can witness the many holiday lights displayed along the river walk. After sundown, the trees, and restaurants, and paths along the river come to life with colorful arrangements of lights. Continue reading
Trekking is a brilliant way to explore the world. For those who like slow travel and a bit of adventure, it gives you time to take in the wonders of nature. It can be both peaceful and powerful, and you can put yourself in the middle of it. Any trek can be an amazing experience, but you can do lots to make it even better. Next time you plan to go on a trek, try one of these tips to make it easier and more fun. Continue reading
People around the world are celebrating Christmas in their own unique ways. Some Christmas traditions are really old, while others are created in homes around the planet. Even if you’re not very religious you might be celebrating Christmas, gathering with family and eating your heart out. I think we all stop following any diet or healthy eating rules around this season. Hence, why so many people decide to go back to the gym once the new year begins. Continue reading