Important information about Philippine Airlines

Philippine Airlines is also known as the PAL, was founded in the year 1941, and it has its primary hub at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. This airline operates o 31 domestic destinations within the country and 36 international … [Read more...]

Top Tips to Settling in Vietnam

Settling in a new country is quite a task. You might have to learn a new language, interact with unique culture and every unfamiliar aspect of the new life. If you are moving to Vietnam, these are some tips to help you settle quickly. Get the Right … [Read more...]

How to Get the Most Out of Your Trip to Brazil

As the fifth largest country in the world, Brazil is full of amazing things to experience. From its amazing food, rich culture, and welcoming locals, there is so much to see and do when you add Brazil to your bucket list. So, if you are planning a … [Read more...]

Traveling to the Mayan Riviera: A Fairytale

If you are about to plan your trip and do not decide between the Riviera Maya or Cancun, do not worry, because you are in a situation that happens very often. Even though both destinations are perfect for an amazing vacation, they are different … [Read more...]

Last minute breaks: 4 tips to make it happen

Last-minute breaks are still a big deal – but they need to be done in the right way. Leave it too late, and any supposed cost/benefits are immediately out of the window. This is what we are going to focus on today, as we take a look at four … [Read more...]

Things To Know Before Travelling To Jeddah

Being the second largest city in Saudi Arabia, Jeddah is considered to be the economic hub of the country because of its proximity with the sea port. Jeddah is one of the main parts of the Islamic city but is also the pot of different cultures.  The … [Read more...]

A Year in Pictures – 2019 was a year of traveling

2019 was a pretty amazing year for travel. Roughly 23% of my year was spent away from home. I saw landscapes all over the world. … [Read more...]

A Year in Pictures – 2019 was a year of traveling

2019 was a pretty amazing year for travel. Roughly 23% of my year was spent away from home. I saw landscapes all over the world. … [Read more...]

8 Tips For Your First Skiing Holiday

When you’re about to embark on your very first skiing holiday, you want it to be special. After all, not everyone gets to go skiing; budget, physical constraints, and other things routinely stop people from enjoying this unique and exciting … [Read more...]

Yes That Greek Vacation is a Wonderful Idea

Just thinking about a Greek vacation can cause you to have happy thoughts. The reason is that there are so many positive things about going on a Greek vacation that instantly put you in a good mood. Greece is one of the world’s oldest … [Read more...]

5 Tips for Planning Your First Hunting Trip

Hunting has been part of our way of life since the beginning of mankind, and it still holds an important place in modern society. When done responsibly and safely, hunting is not only an exhilarating and challenging pastime; it’s also an essential … [Read more...]

5 Ways to Live Like a Local While Visiting Vietnam

Source: Unsplash | Frankie Shutterbug They say that the best way to appreciate any place is to live like a local. It’s more immersive and educational, it’s friendlier to your pockets, and it’s a great way to make new friends. It’s not exactly easy, … [Read more...]

Looking At Maui Campgrounds review

Maui is truly a Hawaiian gem considering how it features 30 miles of red, white and black sandy beaches including golden-crescent Kapalua, that’s sheltered from the strong currents of the pacific by lava-rock promontories. It has 80 beaches in total … [Read more...]

Everything You Should Know About Planning A Road Trip

The open road, it’s still appealing to so many. Road trips haven’t lost their charm, and don’t look set to anytime soon. They’re far more than simply driving across states to get from A to B; it’s about connecting with the outdoors, feeling free, … [Read more...]

No Kids, No Problem, Why Going to Disney With Adults is Awesome

It is true that the majority of tourists who go to Disney World resorts are accompanied by the whole family, generally with young kids. it is also true that the biggest fans of Disney movies and  memorabilia are the children, but this does not mean … [Read more...]

How to Get the Most of a Day’s Vacation

You must be wondering, “Can I really enjoy myself on a one-day vacation?”. Well, a day is only long enough and at times, it’s all you’ve got. Therefore, you need to ensure that you make the best out of it. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need a … [Read more...]

A Guide to Outdoorsy Travel in Belize

Oh, Belize. When the Belize Tourism Board reached out about the opportunity to do a sponsored trip to the Placencia peninsula (ps: this post is sponsored, all thoughts are my own, especially about how good the huevos rancheros are at Turtle Inn), I … [Read more...]

Your Guide to the City of Lights: Perth Australia

Travelling west across the remote outback of Australia, you come across the city of Perth, deemed the city of lights. Facing the Indian Ocean with miles of unspoiled beaches and distant rugged terrain, Perth Australia is your final destination for … [Read more...]

Top Reasons To Check Out Florida This Summer

Source: Unsplash Trying to decide where to take the kids this summer that won’t break the bank? It might sound too good to be true, but have you considered Florida? While it sounds like an expensive excursion, it doesn’t have to be. In fact, Florida … [Read more...]

Onward up the Oregon Coast… Florence to Newport

In my last post I shared our visits to Sweet Creek Falls Trail and Neptune Scenic Viewpoint. While flying the drone over Thor’s Well we got chatting with a couple who recently moved to the area, and discovered in the course of our conversation … [Read more...]

Reedsport Oregon and The Beauty That Surrounds

I sure wish there was a way to stay truer to our timeline with my writings here, but our desire to stay as close to nature as possible, and our thirst for experiencing said nature as much as possible, makes it an impossible task. WiFi and decent data … [Read more...]

Southern Oregon Coast, and the Detour From Hell

At last, we were ready for our final push back to the northwest… crossing into Oregon along the coast on Highway 101.  I already had us booked at four different campgrounds, each strategically farther north near places we wanted to see, and … [Read more...]

Eureka! …Or Thereabouts

From Fort Bragg we opted to take highway 20 inland and up highway 101 to drive The Avenue of The Giants. If the weather had cooperated we would have found a place to park The Beast and take Zippy (the tow car) into the redwoods, and find a good hike … [Read more...]

Onward Up The Coast… to Fort Bragg

As we continued up the coast, and all we could see on our radar was foul weather. But, with Zippy hooked up and our belongings battened down we rolled out of Coast Guard base in Petaluma toward Fort Bragg on Highway 1. We made a quick pullout near … [Read more...]