With the Covid-19 pandemic, and travel being restricted, many people are dreaming about the day when they can safely hop onto a plane (or boat, or train – if that takes your fancy) and travel to places that they’ve always dreamed of going.
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.
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.
Cities come in all shapes and sizes, and for the most part, we tend to imagine a large, sprawling metropolis that’s made up mostly of concrete and smog when we picture a city. But this isn’t always the case, and some cities have gone to extraordinary lengths to ensure that they are not just visually appealing, but also clean and welcoming.
We live in a world full of overwhelmingly impressive man-made historical wonders, and, over the hundreds of thousands of years of human history, we’ve managed to produce some really amazing things.
The story these ruins tell is part of us, and they hint at an understanding of our commonality, history and power. They reveal how we have developed and what prompted our adaption, and are places that simply have to be experienced.Continue reading
If it seems like everyone jetted off to Bali or Thailand again last year you may well be right, these 2 destinations have been the hottest (and some of the cheapest) in recent years.
But with very new year comes new trends, so we’ve taken a look at this year’s biggest in the travel world.Continue reading