Archive January 2018

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Monaco

Monaco is one of the world’s smallest but one of the most exotic locations. Spread across an area of barely 200 hectares, Monaco has so much to see and experience that many larger countries in the world cannot compete with. Many people who travel to Monaco underestimate its worth and add adjoining countries to their travel plans. This is probably because they get deceived by the geographical area of the region. However, contrary to the popular myth Monaco deserves longer trio duration so that you can live your experience to its fullest. There are numerous reasons why everyone should visit...

Boost Your Convenience & Security While Traveling Abroad

Being a world traveler, striking out into new, unexplored territory and learning and experiencing all you possibly can, has never been more accessible to so many people. And yet, unless you think ahead and plan out ways to make your journeys safer and more convenient, you could encounter unexpected snags along the way. Whether planning an African safari, an adventure in the Alaskan wilderness, a tour of the great castles of Europe, or an excursion to see the unique flora and fauna of The Land Down Under, here are five tools and tips to make your trip more pleasant: 1. Take a Private Jet One...

Dalmatia’s fjaka state of mind

One hot July, I was sitting at a cafe in Dubrovnik waiting for someone to show up with keys to the apartment I was renting. It had been over an hour. “Excuse me, have you seen Pero?” I asked the waiter in Croatian. “I am supposed to meet with him, to get keys to an apartment.” “He is probably on fjaka,” the waiter said, shrugging. Frustrated, I wanted to throw my hands up in the air. As an impatient New Yorker who always wears a watch, I was driven crazy by his lateness. Apparently, there was a wave of fjaka going around, brought on by the high...

In Iceland, food is a challenge, not a meal

The snow drifted high around the little outbuilding of a restaurant I was in, metres from the gelid ocean, but the place was warm, decorated with fish nets and crab carapaces and the occasional gnome. On a dish in front of me was liver sausage cured in soured whey, dung-smoked lamb and a couple of slabs of rotten skate that looked like they were designed by H R Geiger and smelled strongly of urine. The liver sausage was appropriately sour but otherwise sausage-y, and the lamb benefited greatly from the fact that sheep apparently don’t digest very well, meaning that it could just as...

Here’s How To Take Your Camping Experience to a Next Level

Everyone loves camping, but only a few know how to plan a trouble-free trip. And those who do not have that much-needed knowledge and experience will continue to make mistake until they ask an experienced person to help them. If camping is your newfound interest, and you don’t want to confront trouble during your upcoming family trip, it’s important that you involve all your loved ones in its planning. If you want to have a stress free camping experience in Australia make sure that you are armed with all the important camping gears that can provide necessary assistance to you during the...

Qualities To Look For When Buying A Condo In Toronto

Are you looking for a condo in Toronto? Probably you have come across some offers and you are yet to decide which is worth your money. One of the ways you could ensure you invest in the right condo is to look at the amenities included and factors like location and pricing. There are many qualities you should look for that will help you choose the best condo in Canada, and a few of these have been discussed here to help you have easy time choosing a condo. Management Quality in property management varies from one company to the other, and buildings that are managed well will hold value...

Why Beijing is the best city for enterprising expats

It may have a history stretching back 3,000 years, but Beijing is fast becoming today’s modern ‘it’ city. With amazingly fast internet, access to cutting-edge technology like facial recognition software, significant investment in artificial intelligence and an unrivalled cosmopolitan energy, China’s capital is among the most exciting cities for enterprising expats. “‘If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere’,” said German expat Clemens Sehi, referencing Frank Sinatra’s ode to New York City. “If Sinatra lived...

Top 5 Tips how to Study well while Traveling

Travel and study are two separate entities that do not work together. Especially when you are off on a vacation or tour, to study in your new destination might be a very tedious task. Even though you may pack all your textbooks and notes, reading while traveling is easier said than done. When away from home, especially at another country, you will want to catch every activity going on in your new environment. You will want to wake up early to catch the early morning breeze and sleep late at nights because you couldn’t leave the cinema early. Now that you have an assessment up front and you...

Mongolia’s obsession with pine nuts

Halfway up the mountain, Enkhbaatar disappeared. “Enkhbaatar, where are you?” We swivelled, trying to spot his white hat through the tangled branches. This was no place to lose one’s guide. We were only a few kilometres below the Siberian border, in a dense, subarctic pine forest known as a taiga. It was famously remote, even by Mongolian standards.  Thunk. Something hit the ground near my feet and rolled down the slope. I looked up to see Enkhbaatar nearly 10m in the air, clinging to the top of a pine tree. He yanked an object from the swaying branches and pitched it...

4 Things to Pack When You Travel

Travelling is one of the tremendous hobbies loved by people. But many times we complicate our lives just thinking that we have to pack for travelling. But in reality, it is something that should not generate stress. On the contrary, we should all pack with the same happiness with which we woke up the day we know we will not go to work, because we are waiting for some delicious days of sun, sand and sea! The art of packing suitcases to travel by bus, boat, train or plane, is based on 2 objectives: maximum use of space and reduction of weight and volume of luggage. We know that packing is like...

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