The Best Things To See and Do in North Carolina

The Best Things To See and Do in North Carolina

Though I’ll be Though I’ll be sharing a huge variety of activities for you to enjoy in my beautiful state, I am an outdoor lover, so I’ll start with one of the best budget-friendly and family-friendly activities you can enjoy anywhere in North Carolina –...
Lakki : A utopian Italian town on a Greek island

Lakki : A utopian Italian town on a Greek island

Leros is a wonderful and usually neglected Dodecanese island in Greece. It has a long history that starts in prehistoric times and played a important role during the World War II. The Dodecanese, except Kastellorizo, were occupied by Italy during the Italo-Turkish War of 1912....
8 things to do if you' re visiting Copenhagen for the first time...

8 things to do if you' re visiting Copenhagen for the first time...

Copenhagen is a compact, walkable and trafficless city. This is a clean, calm and easygoing destination with exceptional sights, museums and restaurants. It is a perfect combination of traditional and modern, and also the embodiment of the Danish cosy and sociable way of living, the...
Chateauneuf du Pape - The Pope's vineyard

Chateauneuf du Pape - The Pope's vineyard

One of the best known French wine labels, takes its name from an unassuming village on a small hill near Avignon in Provence, Chateauneuf du Pape. The village lies just 3 klm from River Rhone and 12 klm from Avignon. Almost all the cultivable land...
Ten Must-See New Things in Dubai

Ten Must-See New Things in Dubai

THERE’S always something new to see in fast-moving Dubai – if you haven’t been there for a while then you’ll certainly find a lot has changed. The biggest difference we noticed when we visited in February was the large number of new towers being built....
Wake, Breakfast, Beach,  Supper, Sleep, Repeat

Wake, Breakfast, Beach, Supper, Sleep, Repeat

WE liked Sanur so much we went back two years later and did it all over again. The town is just the right size, the beach is beautiful and goes on forever, there is lots of diving to keep Colin happy, and I spent days...
The Social Distancing Season

The Social Distancing Season

THE BOAT RACE, an annual rowing contest between crews from Oxford and Cambridge universities held on the Thames in London since 1836, was due to take place at the end of March. But it was one of numerous events around the world cancelled because of...
Taj Mahal: Beautiful  at Any Time of Day

Taj Mahal: Beautiful at Any Time of Day

MY father served as a captain in the British Army in India during the Second World War. Like many of his generation, he kept his wartime experiences to himself, choosing not to share them with his children. However, he did open up once to my...
I’m Quitting my Job to Travel the World. Here’s How.

I’m Quitting my Job to Travel the World. Here’s How.

This article is originally published here by Ken Bourke and is sponsored by Amazon Kindle Unlimited. Enjoy unlimited reading and listening on any device. Use this link to try your first month completely free. This article may contain affiliate links. That means if you buy...
5 Days in London: Best Museums, City Icons & Discount Attractions Pass

5 Days in London: Best Museums, City Icons & Discount Attractions Pass

Planning a short vacation to the UK’s mega metropolis will inflict decision anxiety even on the most ruthless Viking-like traveller. How do you trim down a mammoth wish list of attractions into a mere 5-day itinerary? Accept the reality that it’s impossible to explore all...
The Ultimate Scotland Road Trip Itinerary: 9 Days in Isle of Skye, Edinburgh, Loch Ness & More

The Ultimate Scotland Road Trip Itinerary: 9 Days in Isle of Skye, Edinburgh, Loch Ness & More

Scotland has long lingered on my travel bucket list. Its grassy carpet-like fields, uncounted cascading waterfalls, stirring mountains, and craggy coastlines are pure fantasy for the landscape lover. Or really for anyone who yearns for long scenic drives, surrounded by raw nature at its finest....
17 Best Things To Do in Valencia, Spain: Museums, Beaches, Food & Wine, Culture, City of Arts and Sciences, and Discount Tickets

17 Best Things To Do in Valencia, Spain: Museums, Beaches, Food & Wine, Culture, City of Arts and Sciences, and Discount Tickets

The world’s most fascinating cities tend to be either overflowing with ancient ruins like Rome and Athens, or are the embodiment of modernisation like Singapore and New York. Few aged cities manage to balance their ancient history with the 21st century, but Valencia, Spain’s 3rd...
4 Days in Barcelona: Gaudi, Picasso, Museums, Port Vell, Food Tours, Flamenco Shows, and Discount Tickets

4 Days in Barcelona: Gaudi, Picasso, Museums, Port Vell, Food Tours, Flamenco Shows, and Discount Tickets

And that passion runs deeper than the Catalan independence riots you’ve likely seen on the news. Just look at any building designed by art nouveau architect, Antoni Gaudi, who spared no expense in expressing his devotion to simulating nature. Then there’s masterpieces by artists like...
15 Things To Do In Bangkok With Teens

15 Things To Do In Bangkok With Teens

I’m guessing Bangkok was probably not the first destination that came to mind, right? Thailand’s capital is famed for drawing sleazy, overweight old men to its narrow, neon-lit streets lined with go-go bars and nightclubs. If you’re like me, that’s not something you’d want to...
Travel for Fun — Sex Tourism in Disguise

Travel for Fun — Sex Tourism in Disguise

Travelling — it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller. Ibn Battuta Travel has become a norm for most of us in the West. We all love to travel. Many people I know in London, who work super hard likes to travel. It...
How Weekend Breaks can be a Special Holiday Retreat

How Weekend Breaks can be a Special Holiday Retreat

“…while others talked of the razor wire wrapped around their souls, or staring out the window with a being expression that showed no trace of desire, remorse, impatience, or resignation, just temporary abeyance, like a person waiting for the ends on an invisible clock to...
Untold Secrets of Barcelona you Need to Know

Untold Secrets of Barcelona you Need to Know

I know travel with coronavirus isn’t going to be back to ‘normal’ for a while. However, the world’s normal wasn’t really helping the environment. Travel will definitely be in peoples’ lives and it will not stop. It will change but people will still travel. I...
A solo trip to Kerala

A solo trip to Kerala

I did an epic solo trip to Kerala in the month of October 2019 and it was the best trip of my life. It was also the longest solo trip I have forayed. I visited a bunch of places last year. Among them, Kerala stands...
What Travel will Look like after Coronavirus…?

What Travel will Look like after Coronavirus…?

Everyone loves to travel! Why? The only travel I did when I was growing up is getting into the car and drive to the seaside to spend the summer. Travel may have seemed unattainable for a few for a while. However, with flights being cheap...
When in Rome (Part 1)

When in Rome (Part 1)

Woken up by the sound of birds chirping and the sun shining through our window, Michelle and I were ready to take on the day. We had arranged for il nonno to take us to the the bus stop for us to commute to the...
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