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Common mistakes to avoid at the airport

Traveling is a lot of fun, but for many people the time spent at the airport can often be full of unnecessary stress. So, whether you are traveling domestically or internationally, for business or for pleasure, the following are some of the most common mistakes you will want to avoid in order to have a smooth experience at the airport. Not giving yourself enough time This is one of the main causes of stress at the airport. Be sure to leave home with more than enough time to spare so that traffic, long lines at security, and other potential delays…

One Month Road Trip Itinerary in the UK

The UK is beautiful. There is plenty to see from the great architectural wonders of London to the scenic countryside and the beautiful coasts. If you go, unprepared, you might not enjoy yourself. Here are some things you should have before you take your one-month road trip within the UK. 1. Drivers license, roadside assistance, and insurance These are the essentials you should prepare first. If you are renting a car, ensure that all these are accessible wherever you go. To save even more money, you can check out monthly car insurance. Consider paying insurance for all who can drive…

Best day Trips from Vancouver

As we know almost everyone loves to travel to many cities and learn about their culture and traditions. If you are going on holiday to Canada then one city you just have to visit is Vancouver. Not only is the city one of the best and most popular to visit in the country, but there are lots of nearby attractions you can travel to. In this article, we take a look at some of the best day trips from Vancouver. 1. Squamish Squamish is a great place to drive to and you can even hire a car in Vancouver, which is in…

Javier Burillo – Falling in Love With Mexico’s Taco Culture

I try to get down to Mexico City see my buddy Javier Burillo at least twice a year and every time I arrive we go straight out for tacos. I have always enjoyed tacos, just like everyone else, but it wasn’t until I started getting down to Mexico a bit more often that I fell in love with the taco scene down there. In Mexico City, and around the country for that matter, tacos form a vital part of almost every day life. There are many reasons why tacos are way more than just a snack and here is exactly why…

How you can take your road trip to the next level

With the current health pandemic affecting countries across the world, travel and holidays have been put on hold. Although there is no way of knowing when we can enjoy holidays abroad or within the UK again, that doesn’t mean we can’t plan ahead for when this uncertain period comes to an end. After all, many of us are at home with nothing to do, so what better way to cheer yourself up than to plan future holidays. For a large number of people, an exotic location abroad will be their first choice when lockdown is over and travel is given…

When and Where to Go in Croatia

Croatia is a country which has it all. Whenever you visit it, you will enjoy its beauty. The peak summer months of July and August attract the most visitors with warm days and ideal (for somebody even too hot) sea temperatures for swimming. The months of May, June and September are the best time to visit with a pleasant climate and a sunny sky and less crowd. Winters are much colder and wetter, though still enjoyable enough. In some parts of Croatia, you can experience delightful snow idyll. Zagreb Zagreb is worth seeing all year round, but if you come…

Nha Trang City Highlights: 6 Things You Shouldn’t Miss in the Riviera of the Vietnamese East Sea

Everybody needs beach days, once in a while, to relax and forget about work. Fortunately, you don’t have to be filthy rich to afford a vacation on the beach with destinations like Nha Trang City in Vietnam. Known as the Riviera of the Vietnamese East Sea, Nha Trang City attracts local and international tourists by the millions. In the first three months of 2019 alone, arrivals reached an astounding 1.6 million people. These visitors come from different countries, but the majority are from China and Russia. When you visit this coastal resort city, you’ll immediately understand why so many tourists…

Reservations.com Reviews: How to Book a Hotel Cheaply and Easily

Reservations.com reviews are almost universally positive, but can you really get the best rates through this site? The following blog discusses strategies for finding the best deals on hotels – from boutique getaways to big luxury resorts. I travel a lot for my job. I’m not complaining, but I need to keep my booking strategies easy, fast, and relatively cheap. I’m not too proud to stay in a roadside motel, but if I can get a room at a major luxury hotel for roughly the same price, I’m definitely taking it. Since I’m not a huge fan of homestays – the prospect…

Richard Radcliff Trice – Top 5 Things to do On a Trip to Alabama

If you take a look at a list of popular travel destinations in the USA it is unlikely that you are going to see Alabama at the top of any of them, which is actually a shame because this state is awesome for travelers. I first visited Alabama with my colleague Richard Radcliff Trice, he had invited me up to his home state for Labor Day weekend a couple of years ago. I didn’t really know what to expect but the trip was absolutely amazing and I would urge anyone to make the trip. If you do decide to follow…

GOLDFIELDS EARLY PROSPECTORS

The Golden Mile was once the riches square mile on Earth, the prospectors who discovered the field were Patrick (Paddy) Hannan, Tom Flanagan and Dan Shea.  They picked up their first alluvial gold in June 1893 very near to where the current Mt Charlotte shaft is, it was part of low hills some 38km east of Coolgardie, at the time it was only 9 months old. Paddy Hannan registered his Reward Claim at the Coolgardie’s Wardens Office on June 17 and within three days an estimated 700 men were prospecting on the new field. Those who followed Hannan back to…