Travel Destination Ideas

If you’re like me you are always on the hunt for a new exotic place to travel to and discover. So are you ready to adventure to new parts of the world? I am! Let’s get inspired!

Ski Essentials: What’s on the List?

February 12, 2013
Ski Trip with Friends

Heading off on a mountainous adventure requires a little more thought than a simple holiday abroad. A few elements need to be considered prior to your arrival in your chosen resort, particular if you want to take advantage of the excellent offers you can find online. From ski hire & lift passes to tuition and […]

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Why Buying a Ski Holiday for Your Spouse Can be the Ultimate Surprise

January 6, 2013
Skiing Couple

Everyone loves gifts, especially when they are from a special person. Men often want to surprise their wives with unexpected gifts, but at the same time they don’t want to be too predictable. A lot of people don’t know much about gift shopping or do not have the time to search for the perfect gift, […]

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Wander to Southeast Asia and Travel on the Cheap!

December 10, 2012
Ride an Elephant in Cambodia

As J.R.R. Tolkien wrote so many years ago, not all who wander are lost. Maybe those who wander are just filled with a little more wonder than the average person. If you think you are this person, well, the world abounds in low-cost places to travel. One such place is Southeast Asia — Vietnam, Cambodia […]

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Famous Roads in the United States

October 3, 2012
Crooked Lombard Street

Last Stop: Hollywood Blvd! If you were to take a tour of all the famous streets in the United States, you would find yourself jetting all over the country. There are plenty of famous streets that tourists flock to in this country, no matter what kind of vacation they are looking for. New Orleans is […]

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Wish I Was Here: Blue Mosque, Instanbul, Turkey

August 13, 2012
Blue Mosque

I wish I was going to the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey today. The classical mosque architecture was influenced by Ottoman and Byzantine styles. Just look at the interior shots below of the tens of thousands of blue tiles and you can’t help but be inspired to worship. The tulip mosaics are gorgeous! Have you […]

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The 20 Most Romantic Places to Propose

August 1, 2012
Romeo at Romeo and Juliet’s balcony at the Casa di Giulietta in fair Verona

It’s time to pop the question! You have the girl and the ring, and you’re ready to spend the rest of your life looking into those deep beautiful eyes. All that’s missing is the perfect place to render her speechless. Because she’s worth so much more than a simple proposal, maybe you should consider some […]

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The 10 Wildest Little Known Festivals in the World (Part 2)

July 2, 2012
If you're not careful your face can stick in that expression.

Last time we spoke about five odd but super fun sounding festivals held around the world. Today we continue that topic with five more crazy awesome festivals. Which one would you attend? 6. The Redneck Games This festival was created out of the offense taken by media implications that the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta […]

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The 10 Wildest Little Known Festivals in the World (Part 1)

June 18, 2012
Holi, India's Color Festival

There are thousands of festivals celebrated all around the world. Many are known to almost everyone, however, there are a few that are not. 1. The Baby Jumping Festival Taking place every year in the village of Castrillo de Murcia, Spain, the ceremony involves men dressed as the devil literally jumping over a mattress full […]

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The 20 Most Popular Tourist Spots in New York City

June 14, 2012
Times Square

1. Statue of Liberty A gift from the French, the Statue of Liberty once greeted every immigrant coming into the United States. 2. Central Park Take a walk through the world famous central park, which includes gardens, forest, hills, lakes and a very large lawn. 3. Times Square Located right in the middle of the […]

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Swimming at the Center of the World

June 9, 2012
Buoy at Equator and Prime Meridian

I imagine it would be a little scary to swim with all the miles of ocean depths beneath you, what if sharks were there? Or whales? Can you imagine, swimming along, happy as a clam, and suddenly meeting Shamu? LOL. This swimming adventure is definitely going on my travel bucket list. Will it go on […]

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