Archive February 2018

7 Epic Safari Cruise Destinations in Africa

The unique ecosystems along Africa’s great rivers are home to a staggering array of wildlife, impressive ancient cities, and temples, as well as fascinating tribes and cultures that flourished on their banks. A great alternative to a traditional safari is a safari cruise. And by that, I mean an epic river voyage that will show you Africa’s charming nature from a different perspective. Game viewing on the water is a bewildering experience – intimate for the visitor and unobtrusive for the wildlife. Safari cruises focus on the wildlife reserves and tourist attractions that are located...

3 Unheard of Destinations to Add to Your Bucket List

Travel is great for broadening the mind, opening yourself up to new cultures and experiences, and is a great way to bond with your travel companions. With the notion of a bucket list becoming more and more popular, it’s a simple matter to tick off those destinations and experiences that are traditional ‘things to do,’ but what about those more unique experiences? With a whole world to explore, maybe it’s time to take a step off the beaten track and take the time to check out some of the more unheard of destinations that you’ll soon be adding to your bucket list. Iguazu Falls,...

Healthy Vacations: what Countries Stand out?

Most of us travel during vacations. It’s a chance to refresh, recharge, and recover from the workday grind. Unfortunately, many of us also come back from vacation feeling ill or run down, defeating the purpose of going in the first place. Where you choose to travel can make a big difference in your experience during and after your vacation. Choose destinations that are good for your health, and optimize your experience with some best practices to avoid coming back with short-term or lasting damage. Healthy destinations are places with clean air and water, few or no venomous animals or...

Top 5 Countries To Visit On A Student’s Budget

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How I learned to go in circles in Kathmandu

Circles don’t get much respect. They are the pariahs of geometry; round pegs in a world of square holes. Western culture has little good to say about the circle. If we’re stuck on a project, we’re told to stop going in circles. Such criticism makes our heads spin, so we respond, as people say in the US, by ‘circling the wagons’. Lines and angles, though, are good. We’re told to travel in a straight line, to stand up straight and be a straight shooter – or maybe a straight arrow. Either way, it’s imperative that we think straight. For a long...

Travel the World Like an Aussie with These 4 Tips

It’s no secret that Australians like to travel. Study results from Wotif-Travel released in late 2016 indicate that they tend to travel internationally more often that staying in-country. So, when they travel abroad, they seek adventure, cultural experiences, and unique dining opportunities. Perhaps this describes your travel style, too. Regardless of the thrill of choice, traveling Aussies budget for Australian travel insurance. This desire to have experiences outside of the norm leads to a plethora of possible variables that can inhibit a memorable experience. Here are five tips to...

In South Korea, age is measured in bowls of soup

Dr Sook-ja Yoon fluttered though the demonstration kitchen like a butterfly in her traditional silk dress. The ingredients were already waiting: white ropes of rice cake known as tteok, a dish of thinly sliced beef and tiny bowls of seasoning. Broth simmered on a burner beside her cutting board. “All Korean food contains symbolism,” she told me, expertly slicing the rice cake into circles and fanning them across the table like a magician with a deck of cards. “This tteok is symbolic in three ways. The long rope is for longevity. The slices are shaped like coins for wealth....

Get To Know The Least-Known Countries In The World You Never Knew Existed

The world is full of unusual, mysterious, undiscovered yet breathtaking and beautiful places waiting to be explored. Most of them are barely visited by foreigners. Their nature, the culture and tradition are the things that mark those places unknown to the world. We would like to represent you some beauties that the world hardly heard for which are however highly recommendable places for a peaceful and unusual getaway. Nauru The Republic of Nauru, which was formerly known as Pleasant Island is a little country in the Central Pacific forming part of Micronesia. Its neighbor islands Banaba,...

10 Things You Need When You Go Camping

It is important to prepare aptly for camping and more importantly to choose the right campsite. One that meets all your desired requirements. Many people do not know what to look for when choosing a campsite. It is important to factor in some considerations for the location one decides to settle on. Things like accessibility of the campsite meaning that the site needs to be somewhere that one can easily drive to. A water source is an important factor to consider when choosing a campsite. You need access to clean water during your camping trip. You also need to be sure that you are in...

Why We Love Penang (And You Should, Too!)

Have you been planning to visit Penang, Malaysia? Penang, the vibrant island-state of the north western coast of Malaysia is a lot more than any self-professed foodie haven. Penang is also known as the pearl of the orient and has developed as a tourist destinations over the decades. There are things you will just love about Penang. Here’s a sneak peak to a few of them. Escape: A fan of theme parks, Escape is just the place for you. With exciting rides and a natural environment, Escape has a lot to offer. It’s an amazing place to visit with friends or family. You are sure to love your...

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