I’m happy to announce a second guest post today from Olivia Parker, a writer and Atlanta local who has written some tips for us on the best free things to do in Atlanta. Enjoy!
I’m happy to announce a guest post today from Olivia Parker, a writer and Atlanta local who has written some tips for us on how to get the most out of your first trip to Atlanta. Enjoy!
You hear it time and time again: people are afraid to travel to Africa. They are convinced the entire place is a war-torn, disease-ridden wasteland and the thought of actually getting on a plane and traveling there frightens them.
Sure. Those things do exist in Africa, but remember…it is a huge continent with a large number of countries in it and there is a lot of diversity between those countries. There are a lot of beautiful places with…yes…clean, modern cities. Here are some things to remember about traveling to Africa.
I had a great week in Kyoto, Japan, and I wanted to share with you some of the awesome things I saw and did to help you in your own trip planning if you want to visit this beautiful city!
I spent about a week in Tokyo recently, so I wanted to share with you some of the awesome things I saw and did while I was there in order to help you in planning your own Tokyo adventure (or maybe to inspire you to travel there!).
I’m happy to announce a guest post today! Today’s post was written by Elena from http://www.atlantisgozo.com. Elena is an avid traveler, adventurer, and blogger. She has written about scuba diving off the islands of Malta and Gozo for us today. I hope you enjoy her post, and definitely check out her site if you get the chance!
I did an enormous amount of research in preparation for my trip to Japan, so I would like to share what I learned with all of you so that you can benefit from my research if you decide you would like to visit Japan yourself!
When I booked my recent trip to Japan, I heard a chorus of pretty much every single person I know telling me how I was going to freeze to death, and get frostbite in my toes and lose a couple fingers. I would also likely get trapped in a blizzard, be forced to dig a cave dwelling into the snow and keep a fire constantly burning in order to survive the harsh winter onslaught. If I was unsuccessful in these efforts, I would turn into an ice monster, doomed to roam the frozen arctic tundra for all eternity.
It was surprisingly difficult to eat GF in Japan, but I found ways to make it work. I ended up saving a lot of money in the process, and it was all part of the adventure. Read on for some of my tips…
I had the good fortune to spend five days in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico recently and it was magical. I wanted to share with you the beauty of this wonderful little town at the tip of Baja California as well as a few travel tips, of course. If you’re from the U.S. West coast, it’s really quite a short flight there as well (only two hours from San Diego or Tijuana airports and not too much more from Los Angeles). You could be away in the beautiful Mexican state of Baja California Sur quicker than you might think!