Fear And Loathing In Guatemala City

Originally posted on Latitude Post:
Guatemala City: only the strongest motherf***ers survive ? The following article is an excerpt taken from my 2013-14 travel diary ‘Travel Journal Of A Lost Soul’ ? December 13th 2013 I woke up feeling heavy, hot and nervous. As I was surfing the internet on my iPad in my small…

5 tips on saving on food when traveling

Originally posted on Live Life Lah…….:
Food can be one of your top expenses when traveling, and it is one of the main areas you can actually cut costs. I love traveling a lot, but being an average woman who does not have a healthy bank account, and a family to manage and lots of…

15 Crazy Differences Living in Iowa/USA

Originally posted on Between England & Iowa:
I’ve arrived in Iowa!  As a Brit now living in the States I’m having to get used to the ‘American way of life’.  I’ve noticed so many crazy differences so thought I’d share some!  There’s a few that may take me a while to get used to but…

Top 5 USA Road Trip Highlights

Originally posted on A Brummie Home and Abroad:
Mr Fletche and I have been lucky to do two different US road trips over the last 6 years, and we’re starting to think about another one in 2017 to celebrate my zero-ending birthday!  This got me thinking about some of my favourite memories from our previous…

Hotel review: LondonHouse Chicago

Originally posted on The Tasty Traveller:
I just got back from a week in Chicago. My very first trip to the Windy City. Expectations were high, as I had gotten a lot of raving reviews from friends, colleagues and fellow travellers. You can expect a lot of reviews over the next few blogposts 😉 As…

USA Tour Packages for Tiny Tourists

Originally posted on Brightsun Travel:
When it comes to travelling with kids, it becomes imperative to do an extensive search of attractions that a destination as big as USA has to offer. Undoubtedly, it is one of the best countries in the world to plan a family vacation and has a multitude of things for…

Back in the USA! Exploring Glacier National Park

Originally posted on NON STOP TRAVELLING:
We were pretty excited about re-entering the United States. Southern Canada hasn’t been so easy to wild camp and we’ve missed the freedom of Alaska, clearly the lower 48 are crazy busy in comparison to the most northern State but there’s still a lot of wilderness and the beautiful…

The Perfect Mountain Town For A Weekend Getaway

Originally posted on By Land and Sea:
Nestled high in the Colorado mountains and located just to the west of Rocky Mountain National Park is Estes Park.  Small mountain towns all tend to be very similar – buildings no more than three floors high, old fashion candy shops on main street, upscale dining options, and…

5 REASONS TO TRAVEL NON-WESTERN COUNTRIES.

Originally posted on MikeTreks:
I have a confession to make. Like many of you reading this, I’m a westerner. I’m used to living in the sometimes confusing world of consumerism, capitalism and all the traits and norms that come from living in this type of culture. Living in a western culture, it’s easy to forget…

Welcome to Lebanon, USA

Originally posted on Lebanon, USA:
Hello, My name is Fadi BouKaram and I’m a Lebanese photographer. I’m taking a five-month road trip across the U.S., discovering and photographing all the country’s Lebanons. For some reason, America has so many cities and towns called Lebanon. Just look at the map. Each dot represents one. I found…

Find the Cheap Hotel Reservation Services in USA

Originally posted on travlu:
Insider: Travlu.com (what it stands for) The travelers coming from around the world can experience a great deal at the hotels they are staying in by check good online traveling agencies that get you an accommodation at cheaper prices than the usual. The unimaginably hotel reservation service USA is available on…

What Men see When They Look at Women

Originally posted on EDDAZ:
Have you ever looked into the eyes of a man when he sees an attractive lady with gorgeous smile set across her face, full sumptuous lips like berry, beautifully set backside, and glowing skin. I have seen it times without number! In my estimation, men simply love to express their gratitude…

Almost 50-Live a life Everyday

Originally posted on EDDAZ:
I was at the shopping mall and decided to indulge myself with lunch after the whole shopping spree. There I sat down at a small round table far away from where I could be disturbed. I looked up and there I saw a nice-looking mature man take a few steps towards…

Why Judge Me By The Colour Of My Skin?

Originally posted on EDDAZ:
Created in the superiority of the extremes Lying in the shadow of the hollow Vipers gushing out at my colour Did I create myself? Did I ask for a particular colour? If I had the opportunity to choose, would I choose? I am white! I am black! I am mixed coloured!…

Volcanic Onslaught ~ Pompeii and Herculaneum

Originally posted on Paint Your Landscape:
As we stood on our terrace in Sorrento, looking across the Bay of Naples, billowy clouds suspended in a cerulean sky draped a majestic peak.  It’s hard to imagine that such a serene backdrop was once the setting of a volcanic onslaught so massive that it is classified as one of the…

San Francisco.Where streets are Art.

Originally posted on Equinoxio:
If you’re going to San Francisco… make sure you go to Haight St. And Mission St, and 24th St… Plenty of street art for amateurs. There we go: Laureline (?) looking for Valérian on Haight St. Are you listening? I mean, really? Joplin, Hendrix, Garcia… We are grateful to those Dead.…