Archive December 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Single Trip Travel Insurance

One of the most important things that you must remember to do before you go on holiday is get travel insurance. Why? Well, you will want to have the peace of mind when abroad that you will be covered in the case that something were to happen. Having insurance means any injuries and costly medical bills will be covered, as well as any costs incurred for having to re-book if part of your trip is cancelled (depending on your provider). Here, we are taking you through everything that you need to know about single trip travel insurance. What Exactly Is Single Trip Travel Insurance? Single trip...

Thinking Like a New Yorker: 3 Dos and Don’ts of Visiting New York for the First Time

New Yorkers don’t have the same type of hospitality as those from the South. If you’re in Tennessee, you’d be able to say hello to someone you don’t even know, and they’d say hello right back to you. If you said hello to a random New Yorker, they’d probably look at you like you were crazy. But that’s okay… that’s part of what gives New York its charm. When visiting New York, it’s best to experience it as group. You definitely take in everything the city has to offer, but there’s just something about exploring a city for the first time with people you know. A trip to New...

The ‘Flower Men’ of Saudi Arabia

It’s a perfect selfie opportunity in the most unlikely of settings. Four-wheelers wind precariously up the sides of lush mountains, their backseats filled with Saudi families and tourists from other parts of the Arabian Peninsula. As the vehicles make their way through the cool mist, the passengers intermittently pull over to dig for cameras and wallets. Jeep doors are flung open as they approach stalls selling honey, fruit and – the most coveted good – dazzling flower crowns of red and orange blooms. Visitors pose for cameras with the wreaths atop their heads, their best...

What 6 Unbuilt British Cities could have Looked Like

The best laid plans, eh? Everybody has big ideas about buying their dream home or redesigning and decorating the place they live. But without the get-up-and-go – or the cash – these plans often drift away, unused, through the dusty canyons of your mind… It’s disappointing, but you can always come back to your ideas when conditions are better. Spare a thought for the architects and city planners who wanted to give entire cities a new look, but never got the go-ahead. That’s just what the folk at Quid Corner decided to do. In fact, they went to the effort of creating new renderings...

3 Destinations Where You Can Work and Have a Self-Care Vacation

Those who do remote, digital work often find themselves in a predicament: when it’s so easy to sit down and get working on your tasks, it can be difficult to decide on a place to work. The same surroundings of your environment can get boring after a while, and—since you’re not tied to a specific place—why not mix your daily work schedule with a self-care vacation? To help you decide where to go for your next working vacation, we’ve made a list of our 3 Favorite Destinations Where You Can Work and Have a Self-Care Vacation: 1. Budapest, Hungary As one of the most unique...

Top 4 Affordable but Amazing Wedding Destinations

Every little girl or boy dreams of their perfect wedding, but when the big day finally approaches, it seems that things are not as stress-free as one might think. Planning your wedding can be definitely demanding. From picking out the right wedding dress to putting together a guest list and choosing the menu, weddings can be quite the hassle for the bride and groom. A lot of time, effort, and research skills are needed to organize such a grand event that will be one of the most wonderful days of your whole life. Do you want to make your big day as special as possible? Why not choose to say...

South America’s other ‘Easter Island’

A decade ago, death stalked my drive to Parque Arqueológico Nacional de Tierradentro. The road from the town of Popayán over Colombia’s Cordillera Central mountain range was infamous for ambush and kidnap. Lonesome military posts hinted ominously at the presence of Farc guerrillas. I gripped the wheel tightly as I negotiated the unpaved road through a bleak, windswept Andean landscape, and cold fog swirled around me like a funeral shroud. Thankfully, I arrived at one of the world’s largest necropolises alive. Unsurprisingly, I had the vast pre-Columbian hypogea of...

The Most Beautiful Mount Regions To Free Your Mind

If you are looking for a peace, joy and calmness the mountain is the right place for you in order to free your mind. Not that just offers tranquility, but it’s a refreshment for the chest as well. The beautiful views and the good smells are what make this places complete. So if you are a type of person that loves the nature, we would like to recommend you some places you simply could not miss!  1. Mount Hood, Oregon  The Mount Hood is located in Oregon and it is believed to be a potentially active stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc. Its exact location is about 80 km southeast...

The man behind the Krampus mask

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5 Things to do on a Weekend Getaway in Prague

Being the elegant capital of the Czech Republic, Prague attracts many travellers with its charming architecture and cultural history. Pack your bags and enjoy five of Prague’s most exciting attractions. 1.Behold the Astronomical Clock of Prague Just before the hour, the tourist horde crams itself through Prague’s narrow alleyways, to the Old Town Square. When the new hour is about to be announced, the pieces of the puzzle come together. Not only is this clocktower stunningly beautiful; the show it displays is both entertaining and breath-taking. The moving figures of the Twelve Apostles...

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