COVID-19 has taken the world by storm, and millions are imposing self-isolation to try and wait out the worst that the virus has to offer. But those that can self-isolate are usually office workers that can easily move their work to their homes, but for countless others, being out and about is necessary in order to earn in income. Even worse is that there are just as many people that have no choice but to travel internationally, which means being at high risk for potential exposure and infection.
Travelling can quickly become a lot of work for those that want to prepare for it properly. From getting the right documentation in order to forgetting to switch up a phone plan, things can quickly spiral into a nightmare.
Fortunately, people travel every single day, meaning that there’s a lot of good information out there. These are some of the most common mistakes that first time travellers make.
The expectation is that 2020 will be a game-changer as far as the transformational power of technology goes. We may not soon be taking to the skies in flying cars, but we’re more than likely to experience more than one breakout moment. And innovation in technology is what will influence our lives for the greater part in the year that lies ahead.
From culinary management professors and restaurant association vice presidents, to food and dining websites, almost everyone has an option on the state of food in 2020. If their predictions are accurate, the first year of the new decade is going to be an exciting one in kitchens and restaurants around the world.
The ultimate purpose of modern technology is to make our lives as convenient as possible. From state-of-the-art smartphones to full control of our houses through smart-home setups, the entire idea behind owning the latest and greatest tech is to allow us to go about our business every day as quickly and efficiently as we can. The market is saturated with all kinds of helpful gadgets, but only a handful of those can truly make our daily lives that much easier.
Travelling is the dream of millions around the world, but most feel like it’s not feasible due to the costs of transportation, accommodation, and other living expenses. Fortunately, there are a number of effective ways of travelling around the globe while also saving as much money as possible.
Fashion, like any industry, is not immune to scandal and controversy. From startling socio-political messages, to bloody murder, its most shocking moments do not necessarily involve clothes being paraded down the runway. The stories below offer a glimpse into what, why, and how it all transpired.
Dining, fine or otherwise, sometimes comes with a side-order of shrieks, especially if you are at one of the world’s most haunted restaurants. You may get more than just frightfully good food. If you fancy enjoying a meal that comes with the possibility of otherworldly encounters, these are the establishments at which to do it.
From Denmark and Thailand to Spain and France, we’ve crisscrossed the globe to find the best-rated restaurants for 2019. This year, Mirazur located in Menton, France, took top honours when it was announced as the world’s best restaurant and Chef Mauro Colagreco couldn’t be happier. If travelling the globe in search of the world’s best food is your idea of fun, you should absolutely visit one of these best restaurants in the world.
Milan may be the fashion capital of the world, but Rome is definitely the food capital. If you’re a foodie who loves to travel, Italy definitely has to be at the top of your list of dream culinary destinations. With a rich heritage spanning thousands of years, Italy’s capital city, Rome, is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but it sure to provide a culinary experience that you won’t forget for many years to come. Here are the 6 best restaurants in Rome.