Road trips can be an exciting way of traveling. They easily allow you to explore different destinations at your own pace, reach locations that are harder to reach by public transport or that are off the beaten path. If...
I took one semester off of San Diego State University to backpack Thailand when I was 20. It was my first time in Thailand. To be honest, I was terrified. Everyone told me to wait until I graduated from...
With diverse geography, landscape and some of the friendliest people in the world, Colombia is a must-visit destination in South America. Long gone are the days of stereotypes and misunderstandings, and although traveling with caution is advised, there’s no...
Whether you want to rekindle old flames, or have a new love in your life, you need a romantic destination to create the setting to confirm to your partner that you really, really love him or her. Where to go?...
It is now considered a standard procedure for visitor attractions to have arrangements in place to cater for tourists with disabilities, not least those in wheelchairs. Most tourist sites will have adequate wheelchair facilities implemented, but there is a...
Solo trips are a perfect mode of traveling for introverts. However, there are a few things you must keep in mind before choosing a location for your lonesome adventure. Most importantly, you have to choose hotspots with low crime...
There are two types of people in this world; those who have solo travelled and those who have not. I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing both sides of this. I’ve travelled to destinations with people I knew; three weeks travelling...
I pulled up on my moped to the grand canyon proclaimed to be called “The Quarry” in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I removed my helmet and observed as my friends slowly came to a halt next to me. The Quarry had giant...
Travel, adventure and experience are often assumed to have something to do with exotic places far far away. Starting with great plans of the dream destination or route. But it doesn't always have to be like that. We shouldn't...
Maggie Valley is 12.86 miles from Cherokee, although it is actually 16 miles if you follow the US-19 route in your car. That makes it close enough to have a rich array of historical and cultural delights; including some fine...
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