Archive September 2017

How to turn your Passion for Travel into a Lifelong Career

Most people see ‘work’ and ‘passion’ as two mutually exclusive fields. They scoff at the very idea of merging the two together. Well, these are the same people who do not yield desirable results for their company and are unproductive and ineffective, because they hate their jobs. A job that is devoid of passion is not worth doing. You can never create a lucrative career out of it. Fortunately enough, in today’s digital world there are ample opportunities for people to follow their passion and create a long-term career out of it. The highest in the list of opportunities that merge...

The abandoned Greek island shrouded in mystery

I caught my first glimpse of Spinalonga four years ago from a steep hilltop overlooking the sleepy village of Plaka in north-eastern Crete. The diminutive 8.5-hectare islet in the Gulf of Mirabello stood completely in shadow, dark and foreboding as if blackened by coal, while the butterscotch-hued Spinalonga Peninsula that curls around the island like a sleeping cat’s tail basked in the golden light of the setting sun. A stone’s throw from Plaka, the arid, rocky islet once served as a military stronghold during Venetian (and later Ottoman) rule; a medieval citadel stands...

The Student Traveler’s Guide to Australia

Three affordable places to travel and live in Australia while studying online Online training has opened so many possibilities to voyagers, pilgrims and troubadours. It doesn’t matter if you’re taking your Master of Philosophy or a Certificate IV in Marketing and Communications, all you need is great WIFI and a willingness to study (check out online courses at https://www.courses.com.au. If you have been wondering how you can afford your travel itinerary while studying in Australia, we thought we’d help you out by suggesting three great Australian destinations. All three are awesome to...

The Legends Behind Natural Wonders

Some of the most amazing places in the world have required fantastic tales or myths to explain how they came to be. Today, we have scientific explanations for most of what we see around us – but there is still insight to be found in the ways that people used to relate to the wonders of the world. Here’s a look at some of those legends. The Fairy Chimneys of Cappadocia (Cappadocia, Turkey) Anatolia’s ‘fairy chimneys’ look like abandoned homes in a remote area of Discworld. But in fact, they are the eroded geological foundations of hardened volcanic ash hills. Since humans inhabited...

Three European Places That Take Your Breath Away

Europe is a continent full of surprises. A perfect mixture of history, art and culture. It is the continent that has a little something for any kind of visitors. In every corner of it there is something beautiful and spectacular to see, something new to learn and a lot of things to experience. There are places to see like no others in the world. We would like to introduce you three European spots that stand out with their nature and beauty, worth visiting at any time of the year. Madeira, Portugal Madeira is a Portuguese island, archipelago that is located in the Atlantic Ocean. Its capital...

6 Things That Make Perth A Perfect Family Holiday Destination

If you’re planning your next family holiday and want it to be absolutely fabulous, you might consider giving Perth a try. Perth is the capital city of Western Australia and is located on the Swan River and has access to a number of beautiful sandy beaches. But that’s not even the beginning, as Perth offers family activities that are hard to match, especially if you go there with kids. So in this guide, we’ll cover some of the top reasons why you should make Perth your next holiday destination. Take Some Time to Walk the City Perth is an ideal city for pedestrians since...

A Georgian welcome on the frontline of war

On the final day of my two-week visit to the Republic of Georgia, the air was clean and the heat was prickly. Davit Georgashvili, who I had met during my time spent in capital city Tbilisi, was driving a group of us travelling as part of an NGO partnership along the country’s main highway back to his home city of Gori. Gradually, the densely-packed streets of the capital, with their medieval churches and clifftop stone houses, fell away in our wake, replaced by overgrown fields and the occasional rusting train track. View image of The road between Tbilisi and Gori passes...

The 10 Most Exiting Beaches around the World

A beautiful beach is the same to everyone – white sand, clear water, and beautiful coast. Some people choose a more crowded beach, while others enjoy a quieter vacation. However, for a beach to be interesting, it has to possess something special. And while each beach has a beauty of its own, there are beaches that offer more than the typical sand or surf experience. There are hundreds of beautiful beaches in the world, but only few can be listed as interesting. Knowing this, we decided to choose the top 10 most interesting beaches in the world. Wreck Beach, Canada Located in...

The surprising side to Las Vegas that few know

With its glitzy casinos, never-ending nightlife and tens of millions of tourists, Las Vegas looms large in the international imagination. But with just 600,000 residents, the city has a small-town side that only locals know.  “Sure, Las Vegas is a place where on a Monday afternoon you can party like it’s 1999,” said Thomas Schneider, CEO of Vegas Jets, who moved here from Toronto after a holiday. “But most people think living in Vegas means that we party every single day like the tourists, which is certainly not the case. Vegas has beautiful suburbs that are...

Where To Go On A Summer Vacation In India With Family?

As the scorching hot summer approaches, everyone in India starts rejoicing with the anticipation of the fast approaching summer vacation. With schools and colleges closed, summer vacations in India are ideally meant for traveling to a cooler location and spending your days resting and making the most of the vacation. Summer vacations are when the families bond and enjoy each other’s company to the fullest. There is no pressure of rushing to office or school. Here is a list of places you can visit this summer: Kashmir: The Valley of Fun and Adventure All of us have heard about the beautiful...

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