Sometimes a beach vacation is just what you need to relax. There are plenty of areas along the East Coast that provide the soft sand, warm sun, and invigorating activities you’re looking for. Get back in touch with nature and feed your spirit at one of these four beach getaways.
Planning a trip around Europe can feel extremely exhilarating and daunting at the same time. With so many countries residing so close together, it’s tough to decide what to see, where to go, and how much time to spend in each place. With that being said, it’s also incredibly tempting to try and just see it all. One day in each country should do, right?
While the idea of adding 20 or more stamps to your passport is enticing, it won’t be worth it in the end. Instead, choose an itinerary that allows you to fully immerse yourself in your surroundings. Whether you’re a new traveler or a seasoned wanderer, here’s how to get a taste of what every region in Europe has to offer.
We all know that the travelling lifestyle can take its tole on your body. Whether you’re away for 2 weeks or 2 years you can quickly see yourself lose whatever you had. I’ve met plenty of people who were toned/ripped at the beginning of their travels but let ‘themselves go’.
But fear not my young padawan, for there is another way!
The Whitsundays are located on the beautiful coast of Queensland in Australia and are made up of 74 wonderful islands. Most of these islands are uninhabited, but some of them offer accommodation, food, and activities, like golf. This, along with the beauty, makes The Whitsundays an incredibly popular tourist destination. If you’re planning a trip to the island, then you are in luck; The islands and the surrounding waters offer plenty to see and do. Here are some fun activities that you can take in during your visit to these magnificent islands.
Fancy a holiday abroad to an urban city with a difference? Then perhaps a trip to Lusaka, the capital and largest city in Zambia in southern Africa, could be the ideal place to head to. Think traditional, tree-lined streets, busy markets, high rise blocks of flats, and modern streets of shops.
An expat is by definition someone who’s chosen to leave their birth country to explore the world and find a country of adoption. You’d be surprised to know that there is a variety of reasons for people to want to move abroad and start a new life, from political to professional reasons. But the most common explanation that you’ll receive from Millennials coming from any of the Western cultures is a sense of self-discovery. Young adults decide to move abroad as a way to tackle the feeling that they don’t fit in where they were born. It’s a common disparity in civilisations where the digital revolution and the social traditions don’t match. People who grew up in a world where they could expand their knowledge and cultural perspective with a click of a button find it difficult to exist in an environment where the social evolution is not yet a match for their open-minded digital approach. You know the kind: borderless, genderless, nationless, these are the results of digital interactions. No wonder Millennials are changing countries to find a place that will understand them better! So, if you find that you’re stuck in your current situation, maybe it’s time to consider a bold move abroad. What’s the best place to go and how to make it work? Here are some thoughts about the expat life to help you make a choice.
Everyone yearns to visit certain destinations more than others. There’s a certain allure that places a destination in your mind and it never leaves. You always have that urge to visit there and dream of the time you will spend exploring the sights. These destinations can be on our minds for years, it’s just down to us to visit them! Here are my top 5, one may raise a few eyebrows!