Counting the Days till trip to Seychelles —

WHEN? From 27th November to 10th December 2016 WHY SEYCHELLES? Stunning beaches Underwater world Unique nature Main reason for our trip to Seychelles is fulfilment of my wish to celebrate my birthday a bit different than usual. I wished to step into new decade of my life while enjoying the warmth of the sun, relaxing…

The Seychelles – The Galápagos of the Indian Ocean — Uncover.Travel

The Seychelles 115 granite and coral islands extend from between four and ten degrees south of the equator and lie between 480 and 1,600 kilometres from the east coast of Africa, in the western Indian Ocean. Of the 115 islands, the 41 Inner Islands constitute the oldest mid-oceanic granite islands on earth, while a further […]…

In My Kitchen November 2016 — Please Pass the Recipe

I loved having the links to the IMK posts back in a central location, so once again I’m linking up with bloggers from around the world and sharing a little of what’s been happening in my domain during the past month. Follow the link to Bizzy Lizzy’s Good Things to look, to read or better […]…

Stepping into the Spotlight… — The BRW Creative

Matthew Travis Lorenz! Tell us about yourself, Matt… BRW Office – Dallas Degree/University – Oklahoma State University (Go Pokes!!!) Favorite piece of Architecture and/or Architect? Why? Gaudi ‘s La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and Richard Meiers’ Rachofsky House in Dallas. Two totally different styles that create such equally beautiful designs. Seeing all the history and […]…

Barcelona — Flashback snapshots

The first word that crosses my mind when looking back on my visit to Barcelona is diversity. The city just blew my mind. First thing I’ve visited was Sagrada Familia – Gaudi’s yet unfinished masterpiece. One could stare at its majesty for hours, because all of the details that are built on it. This kind…

Meet Wouter and Marieke, the Generator Couple Persona — Customer Madness

These two, 25 yr old lovely Dutch people are from normal, average mid-class background and have enjoyed a higher education. They’ve both graduated from their university degree at HvU (University of applied sciences in Utrecht, Netherlands), Wouter in Retail Management and Marieke from Hospitality school, last year and just survived the first year of their […]…

Feels like home – Spain —

Hi guys,hope you’re having a good day. Finally I’m ready with my first travel story featuring Spain! I really could’t wait to share my experience with you all. Firstly, why Spain? The reason we chose to visit Spain this vacation is because I really love to find out and explore about a country’s past and…

Wanderlust – Tips for Trips — Snowshoe Bear

I wanted to share some of the knowledge I’ve gained, from travelling over the years. Some of this wisdom was earned through day-to-day experiences, some from the fruit of near catastrophe. Some practical things. . . . . Credit Cards & ATMs Don’t buy foreign currencies in advance of your trip. I rely on credit […]…

Berlin — Nithya’s travel diaries

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Euro railfanning —

Just back from a very enjoyable two-week family vacation to England and France. One of the many highlights on the trip was taking the Eurostar from London to Paris. Besides the fact that I hadn’t taken a passenger train in ages, the experience of high speed train travel was exhilarating. Barry, our train’s engineer, was…

5 Money Saving Travel Tips for Your EuroTrip — Olive2travel

Here are my TOP 5 MONEY SAVING TIPS that won’t leave you breaking the bank for whatever you are most excited about doing/seeing in Europe, be it trying a plethora of cheeses or that cafe latte on the bank of the French Riviera! via 5 Money Saving Travel Tips for Your EuroTrip — Olive2travel

Surviving Air Travel — Learning How to Travel

Are you giddy with excitement about your upcoming trip over the Atlantic? Did you buy a nice new set of luggage, complete with a small carry on, excited at the prospect of flying over the ocean for the first time in style? Are you imagining your first long distance voyage in a plane to be…

Second Look in London, Travel Thursday — An Historian About Town

As I’m sure everyone can guess from my Travel Thursday posts, I love London! It’s historical and modern and fun and peaceful and exciting and diverse and there is something for everyone to enjoy, no matter who or what they are interested in. Sure, it is an expensive city and it will cost your wallet […]…

10 Essential Pet Travel Tips — FACE Foundation

Are you hitting the road with your dog or cat this summer? Whether your vacation plans include travel by car, motor home, plane, or rail, bringing your pet along for the ride always takes a little extra planning and preparation. Here are a few basic pet travel tips to be aware of before you and […]…

What to Wear: Air Travel — R and B International Travel Blog

With long hours in transit, cramped cabins and drastic temperature changes, dressing for travel isn’t always easy. Here are five essential items to make your travel more comfortable and convenient. Source: What to Wear: Air Travel via What to Wear: Air Travel — R and B International Travel Blog

Air travel in Africa — Larry Muffin At Home

The African continent is one of the largest in the World, something most people do not always grasp. Many years ago before I joined the Foreign Service, I worked for the Togo Government as a consultant then under the rule of General Étienne Eyadéma Gnassingbé. I travelled then on Air Afrique which was a fine […]…

The Big 3 Air Travel Hacks — The JetHead Blog

The airport today looks like a refugee crisis, with roiling crowds, congested waiting areas, interminable lines and rampant discontent. Regardless, here 3 vital but very simple air travel hacks that can ease your airport experience and set yourself far ahead of the madding crowd. First, know your flight number(s). Simple enough: write them down, flight […]…

Travel Meme Monday: Packing — deetravelssite.wordpress.com

This is so true for us! Except for the planning activities for kids part as we don’t have any. If hubby and I are traveling internationally, I usually pack three or two weeks before the trip. Domestic trips that require air travel, I start packing a week before. For weekend getaways, on my day off […]…

View From My Wheelchair: Accessible Air Travel — The rePurposed Life

If you have the ability to move, even if it is from a wheelchair to an airline seat, you may not have realized that airline travel is not an option for those individuals whose cannot make the transition. Recently, the Muscular Dystrophy Association has been working on making changes to travel accommodation for individuals with […]…

How-To: Air Travel With a Pelikan — The Pelikan’s Perch

Today’s post comes to you from an altitude of 32,900 feet at speeds of 500+ mph. It isn’t often that I fly but, when I do, I always feel very comfortable taking my Pelikans along. I understand that this can be a topic of concern for fountain pen aficionados as stories of in-flight inky disasters […]…

Yellow Warbler Adventure — Jet Eliot

Yellow warblers are a sunshine-bright New World warbler. They frequent willow and cottonwood thickets near streams, swamps, and marshes. On a recent Sunday I was on the trails of the Horicon Marsh (Wisconsin) at dawn, following the warbler’s subtle seet calls, hopeful to set eyes on this cheerful songbird. A widespread bird, at […] via Yellow…

Zen (or not) and the art of international air travel and food — polianthus

There is nothing like travel to broaden the mind. After an excruciating trip which entailed going through immigration once, 3 security checks involving removing all fluids from hand luggage and putting computers and tablets in trays, and, depending on the country, removing shoes, although I never left the airport environment the whole time, after opting…

UN Brokers New Global Green Tax on Air Travel — Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The United Nations has brokered a new international agreement which forces airlines to pay for “green” projects. By 2035, the UN expects the deal will siphon $24 billion / annum from the pockets of air travellers. Aviation pact on global warming wins go-ahead Airlines back UN accord to offset emissions […]…

When Travel Was Glamorous — Deidra Alexander’s Blog

Do you remember when air travel was so much better, before the tight security? Back then you could stuff your husband’s body in a trunk, fly to France, dump it outside of Paris and still have time for dinner with your French boyfriend. The dog barked, waking my husband. “Hush,” I told the dog. My […]…

Alaskan Cruise: Glacier Bay — The Page Turner

Glacier Bay is a step back into complete solitude ready for viewing the untouched nature. As you cruise into the bay area, one of the first things you see are the hanging glaciers. These are the round areas up in the mountains. They hang over the sides of the mountain with no hopes of reaching…

Tips for the First Time Cruiser —

As a first time cruiser, we did some research about cruising. And it helped us prepare for an awesome cruise. Hope to help you too and get cruising. Get to know your cruise. Explore the website of your cruise line. Read about the amenities, the map, the shops, restaurants and more. Prepare your paperwork prior […]…

Interview With a Solo Traveller — The Whimsical Chick

One of my monthly goals for October was to interview a solo traveller, and get some great insight for you guys! After perusing numerous travel blogs, I stumbled across Where is Lydia. I was immediately drawn in by her amazing photos, engaging post titles, and unique voice. I sent her an interview request, and she…

Travelling — carrieslifestyle

Travelling On the Trans-Siberian Railway as A Backpacker If you love backpacking, cheap travels, and plenty of adventure, check out the benefits of a trip on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Image by Enzojz via Flickr The whole idea of travelling to Russia has become popular with backpackers, it seems that they are either […] via Travelling —…