A fun day at Universal Orlando

Originally posted on Beyond our horizons:
This is another throwback post, this time to our anniversary that was spent in Florida. We spent a day at Universal Islands of Adventure, Orlando (not to be confused with Universal Studios next door). It was a colorful (or more correclty, colourful) day spent in one of the most…

Prejudiced CHRISTIAN singles

Originally posted on Seeking-GOD:Father's Service, Son's work, Spirit's gift:
Remaining single is always more challenging than being in so called “In a Relationship” and being married every where in the world when it comes to prejudices. In USA and other western nation, such single person are in risk of being prejudiced…

Catalina Island

Originally posted on Riches Guide:
This island in California is one of the hotspots during the summer in the USA and it is also one of the most expensive destinations. Catalina is a rocky island with a population of just 4,000. You can get there taking a ferry in Newport. Its clear water is perfect…

Recap: All About my Cuba Trip!

Originally posted on PINK IS A NEUTRAL:
Dear Friends, It has been a super long time since I last posted, and this one is way overdue as well, but here is my Cuba trip with my boyfriend, Jessy! We went in mid-August, after he finished his exams, for a short 4 days.  I had been working…

What I Eat During My USA Business Trip

Originally posted on Mind Pool:
I like to take photos of food before I eat them, not necessarily to put them on social media because many of the times I just randomly snap a quick one without curating them to look delicious. This is more like a ritual / habit started this year to document…

First 5 Things to See and Do in Cologne, Germany

Originally posted on getsetandgo:
Cologne or Koln is one of Germany’s oldest cities on the banks of the River Rhine. On quite a few occasions in the past I had transited through Cologne but somehow never had a chance to explore it. However in April this year on my trip to Germany I spent 2…

The City by the Bay, San Francisco

Originally posted on Notes from Camelid Country:
Where to start about San Francisco? How to describe a city that has had more words written about it than one human being could read in a lifetime? Our starting point was arriving into the city in a hire car at rush hour, crawling through traffic while trying to find…

Chiang Mai

Originally posted on Nomadistan citizen:
Chiang Mai is the most favorite destination of Norther Thailand and the main gateway to Pai, Chiang Rai and Laos. In opposed to most Thai destinations, it is mountain city and there are no beaches close by. It was the capital of Lan Na kingdom from 1296 [wiki]. ? Chiang…

Travel Guide to New Orleans, USA

Originally posted on stephlacouture:
New Orleans… check! I am so, so excited to be writing this post. New Orleans, Louisiana, is a city that had been in my bucket list for a long time, topping the list in the top three cities I wanted to visit in the United States. So when actually going seemed…

Roadtrip USA Day 8-10: Washington DC

Originally posted on awkward introvert traveler:
Funny story, i was so excited because we are going to Virginia next, it will be our first hike from this roadtrip and we are looking forward to it, we bought our trail pants and trail shoes, then, while i was checking on weather report to make sure it’s…

Angels in Nepal: One Year After the Earthquakes

Originally posted on Global Sojourns Photography:
Peering out the makeshift door of her corrugated metal shelter, Parathi lets the warm, soft rays of the sun tangle up around her welcoming in another day. A gentle breeze rocks the entranceway of their shelter providing a soft melody for her two autistic children sleeping peacefully behind her.…

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…

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.…

Atlas

Originally posted on The writer's blogk:
I’ll take the world off your shoulders Take me to bed tonight We can lose our harsh reality we’ll make love by candlelight ©?Kait King, 2015

GSK 2016 at the MoNA, Part 12

Originally posted on PAULINA CONSTANCIA MoNA:
Thank you so much to all of you who came to join us in celebrating our culture and heritage at the MoNA during Gabii sa Kabilin last May 27. We are glad that we joined forces with other heritage sites in Cebu to bring you a memorable heritage night adventure.…

Travel Budget – New Zealand

Originally posted on doingbeingbecoming:
Prior to arriving in New Zealand my budget for this country was one of the big unknowns in preparing for the trip. This is because we were planning to buy a campervan (rather than rent), and had no guarantees how much money we’d get back when it came to selling. Additionally…

A Little French Town

Originally posted on Lui Maria:
Hey everyone! How are we all? 🙂 On Sunday, my family and I travelled around Banks Peninsula over to Akaroa, a French province, and one of the earliest settled places in New Zealand! I personally, unlike most people from Canterbury (the region I live in) hadn’t been there before so…

Here’s the latest fun we’ve been having with wine!

Originally posted on The Wine Wankers:
I’ve just got back from a trip to the Wairarapa wine region in New Zealand. Where’s that you ask? Well, New Zealand is primarily two islands right down in the South Pacific near a much bigger island called Australia. And Wairarapa? Well it would probably be easier for people to…

Thursday Special : Mirroring…

Originally posted on Memories are made of this:
It’s summer, surf’s up and time spent with friends is priceless at Burleigh Beach Sacred cows mirrored in still waters in India Queenstown, New Zealand botanic gardens Southern Alps New Zealand It is the reflections mirrored  in water that often catch my eye. So when Paula challenged us with…

Bucket List

Originally posted on theexplorerk:
? Finally got time to publish a Bucket List and sorry guys for being irregular with my posts! These are the places which I want to visit now but there would be more. U.S.A (how many times I wanna go I don’t know) Thailand (2x) Dubai Bahamas France Italy Netherlands Switzerland…

Sunset Soldier

Originally posted on ALMOST ITALIAN:
A World War One Anzac sculpture stands in the main street of Invercargill, the soldier’s silhouette rises above the street, back turned to the May sunset. I turn to admire the decaying facade of a Victorian building along the main street and hope that a benefactor will come to its…

Five reasons why I enjoy traveling alone

Originally posted on Wandering and Wondering. :
Hey Peeps! Mental note to self: I need to work on those intros. I also need to start making my bed again in the mornings. Coz it looks like wild shenanigans happen there every night. This of course is seldom the case. Ignore me. I’ve just been through two…

Sharing My World 2016 Week 36

Originally posted on draliman on life:
Here is my post for Cee’s Share Your World. Week 36 already! Hello, September. List 2 things you have to be happy about. Netflix. PS4. What? I’m shallow, me. You wanted something deeper? Friends and family. There you go 🙂 If you could take a photograph, paint a picture…

Stuck, But in Motion – Two Passions and Two Directions

Article Source: travellingtheworldsolo.com TRAVELLING THE WORLD SOLO So many people live their lives through without ever really discovering a true passion. People spend day in and day out working a 9-5 desk job that they might hate or might actually quite enjoy, but it doesn’t fulfill a passion deep inside them, their lives aren’t richer…

Fairy Tales Love Stories

Originally posted on EDDAZ:
Choosing your life partner can sometimes be so tough. When you love someone, you love the whole person, the family and everything that makes that person. When you decide to share your love with a crazy person, you must know that their will be moments that you have to be crazy…

Destinations: Travelled

Originally posted on PAIGE REEVES:
A record of the incredible destinations I have visited. AUSTRALIA Brisbane Gold Coast Melbourne Sunshine Coast Bribie Island BRUNEI Gadong COOK ISLANDS Rarotonga CROATIA Dubrovnik FIJI Suva FRANCE Paris Toulon FRENCH POLYNESIA Tahiti GERMANY Frankfurt GREECE Athens Mykonos ITALY Amalfi Coast Rome Naples Pisa MALAYSIA Kuala Lumpar MONTENEGRO Kotor NEW CALEDONIA…

Best Travel Quotes

Originally posted on outofofficetravellers:
There are few travel related wonderful quotes/thoughts I would love to share today. These quotes always inspired me to explore the world and leave the known land. I will share these quotes from most inspiring travellers, with pictures from my own travels. ? Often while traveling with a camera we arrive…

Travelling – Car Hire Advice – Be Prepared to Complain

Originally posted on Have Bag, Will Travel:
“Car hire firms abroad have more catches than a corset” – Martin Lewis, MoneySavingExpert.com It took only fifty-five minutes to fly the short distance and land at Kahlrsrue-Baden Airpark at nine-thirty in the evening and after quickly clearing immigration and customs we were soon at the Sixt Car…

Last train to the Kingdom

Originally posted on Equinoxio:
The battle of Trafalgar marked the beginning of the end of Napoleon’s ambitions. Tomorrow, Brits will flip a coin. All polls hover at 50/50 REMAIN or leave. This post may be the last with the Kingdom inside the EU. Maybe the last post for the United Kingdom. The Scots have already…

Taste of UK & Scandinavia – A Visual & Sensory Smorgasbord (Part I)

Originally posted on SoMuchToTellYou:
Disclaimer: This post has the potential to incite wanderlust, spontaneity, or worse, vertiginous heights of jealousy. Should you have a strong aversion to bedazzling European scenery, culture or people, this post will likely deepen it and you are similarly excused. Otherwise proceed with caution. *?????????? *?????????? *?????????? *?????????? * Like many…

Publication ranks Kenya world’s

Originally posted on KENYA TOURISM BOARD:
Top 10 destinations to visit Enjoying Wildlife safari: Some of the tourists enjoy a game drive, Kenya has been named top 10 destinations to visit Kenya has been named one of the world’s top 10 destinations to visit in 2016. Rough Guides, an acclaimed United Kingdom travel publication ranked…

United Kingdom Travel Guide

Originally posted on 011now's blog:
United Kingdom is an insular country, with a land surface of 242,514 square kilometers and a population of about 65 million people. There are not so many places on God’s green Earth which can boast as much history, epic scenery and culture as the United Kingdom does. Just think…

Europe Here I Come!

Originally posted on Grace C. Devine:
I’ve always been a firm believer in going after what you want and what makes you happy. So far, I have lived an exceptionally happy life, and I am proud of my life thus far. But, I know the best is yet to come. Earlier this semester, I was…

Benefits of Books in Physical and Mental Prisons

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
We often talk about books as escapes from mental prisons, but they have a place in physical ones as well. In US prisons, libraries play a valuable role as centers of entertainment and knowledge for the over 2.25 million adults incarcerated. They also decrease the likelihood that inmates will reoffend…

WHEN ARE WE RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR OWN MENTAL HEALTH?

Originally posted on Sheri Lawrence de Grom:
Mental Health/Stigma/One Woman’s Opinion By – Sheri de Grom ? FROM MY JOURNAL – ARKANSAS, OZARKS FALL, 2004 Pinterest We’ll only have peace within when we surrender to ourselves. The worst stigma of all is the individual who’s aware they need help and would benefit from help but…

#Quest to Catch the Big One?

Originally posted on Isadora Art and Photography:
These photographs were taken at Venice Beach, Florida. Besides a glorious beach with a lot of shark teeth to be found, there’s a delicious restaurant called Sharky’s on the Pier and a fishing pier for anyone who is inclined to relax after dinner with a fishing rod. Fishing…

Whale Sharks of The Yucatan

Originally posted on Expedition Hobo:
I travel not to escape life, but to live it. After all, our time is limited as mortal beings. I just returned from a trip to the Yucatan that featured one of the most amazing experiences on a list full of incredible experiences. Off the coast of Isla Mujeres, and…

Swimming with whale sharks

Originally posted on Laura Lecce's art and photography:
Making Friends with the Fishes – Photograph by Ocean Tours This past trip to Mexico we made sure we went when the whale sharks are known to migrate to the warmer waters of the Mexican-Caribbean Sea, usually mid May to September. This photograph was taken by…

Nurse Sharks of Belize

Originally posted on indahs: dive, travel & photography:
22nd edition of Marine Life monthly post. Marine Life post published every 19th of the month. It aims to share information on marine life species and to promote their conservation. The Nurse sharks are a common sight when scuba diving in Ambergris Caye (Belize). They usually swim in…

Forex? Qué es el Fórex?

Originally posted on tradingforex709:
Qué es el Fórex? Foreign Exchange. It is a world market in which a number of assets and currencies are traded. Unlike other markets where trading is done centrally in one location (stock exchange), the Forex market has no fixed location. It is a market that is traded internationally and is…

How to Not be Bound to One Location (3 min read)

Originally posted on Millionaire's Digest:
Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Ferry van Oossanen Founder & Owner of: Discoverchiapas Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Travel Writer Many of us are on a continuous search for a way to do things differently. We want to travel and discover the world and prefer to do that for an…