• Mong Phu Village and the spirit of rural Vietnam

    When I was in secondary school, I was living in Sơn Tay, a small town situated near Duong Lam commune, 45 km to the west of Hanoi. My Russian language teacher was married to a Duong Lam native, so I and my classmates would go there every November 20th to Read More
  • Winter Days in the Bay of the Descending Dragon

    Ha Long Bay is one of the most popular travel destinations in Vietnam as well as Worldwide. The name Halong literately means descending dragon. The name follows the historical vestige that the origins of Vietnam came a fairy and a dragon. As the story is told, thousands of karsts were Read More
  • Paddling amongst the Icebergs in Greenland

    Kim and I were a new couple then, so we hoped it wouldn’t be a deal breaker. But yes—I am a city woman, and my partner Kim is a burly guy who camps and paddles in the roughest conditions.  So ten days of paddling and rough camping -- far from all Read More
  • Strolling through Scandinavia's Venice

    The two of us arrived in the midst of summer to see a city alive with the frenzy of activity. We immediately noticed Stockholm stood out as a gorgeous city; the people, the buildings, the waterways with their bridges, and green spaces spoke directly of this beauty. Known as the Read More
  • 3 Hot beach destinations for your next romantic vacation

    Enchanting Beach Vacation Looking forward to a relaxing vacation? Why not take a beach vacation? When it comes to a refreshing change from the day-to-day hectic life, Beach vacations pretty much does the trick and for couples, there is nothing more romantic than spending a vacation with your sweetheart lazing Read More
  • Cinque Terre, An Adventure in Italy

    Cinque Terre is one of those bizarre lands that seems to transport you to a time period and place beyond any I had experienced.  The world slows down and you quickly find yourself surrounded by the spectacular view, where you feel the hush of all those under its spell. My Read More
  • Volunteer Farming in Norway

    In July my Adam and I traveled to the fjords of Norway to spend three weeks working on a strawberry farm further north than would seem desirable.  But we love pure nature, its overwhelming power and seem to thrive in the cool, who knew we picked so well.  We found Read More
  • 20 Tips for your next Adventure Trip

    Taking an adventure trip can be exhilarating and often you can be overwhelmed with all the planning and things to do, you can forget a few. I've compiled a list of some of the top tips I've learned over the years to help you plan better for your next adventure Read More
  • 8 Questions Every Traveler asks about Travel Insurance

    Travelers routinely make assumptions about what coverage they have for the accidents, illnesses, injuries, and disasters that can occur when they’re traveling. In some cases, travelershave been surprised to find out too late that they didn’t have the coverage they thought they did. Here are the answers to 8 questions every Read More
  • Adventure Travel is on the rise

    Adventure Travel is on the rise according to a recent article published by the Calgary Herald. Specifically Adventure Travel that includes a wildlife component such as kayaking with whales or a photo safari in Africa. As of this post according to the Adventure Travel Trade Association, 26% of all travel Read More
  • What Travel Insurance Covers and What it Does Not

    Many travelers the world over are confused about travel insurance, after all it’s a relatively new insurance product and we haven’t had as much experience with it as we have with our renter’s, homeowner’s, and automobile insurance policies. We’ll use this post to outline what travel insurance covers and, perhaps more importantly, Read More
  • Our Adventurous Journey to Iceland

    Iceland is known for its barren isolated landscape.  Yet in their capital city you are surrounded by an eclectic blend of natives embracing the somewhat hostile environment and life in general.  Flying into the airport you are entranced by the open expanding view with little roads and activity, just the Read More
  • Budget Tips for Travel Down Under

    Finding cheap flights to Australia requires a bit of patience and some good online web research in order to get a great deal on your airfare. With more travellers exploring Australia and tourism on the rise as well as growing professional opportunities for businesses, it's a great time to visit Read More
  • Is your Credit Card Enough Travel Protection?

    Many travelers skip buying travel insurance because they see ‘trip cancellation’ and ‘baggage coverage’ on their credit card travel protection agreements, but what you may not know is that the limits of those protections. They don’t always stack up to what you can get with travel insurance. Here are some Read More
  • Top Tips to Save Money on Your Australian Vacation

    If you have set your sights on a trip to Australia, you are going to experience some of the most incredible natural bio-diversity and geographic wonders of the world. The continent of Australia is fast becoming an affordable vacation option for travelers throughout the world and is thought of as Read More
  • Bidar the Crown of Karnataka

    I heard about a small town called Bidar in India, it was on the news as a Bollywood movie was being filmed there. After a bit of research I found out that it has so much to offer tourists,  although being a travel fanatic around India I never heard of Read More
  • What You Need to Know to Insure Your Adventure Travel

    Many travelers these days - like the readers here - are seeking something a little more adventurous when they travel. After all, travel is supposed to be about experiencing something out of the ordinary, right? Still, most of us can recognize that a day of rock climbing is a little more risky Read More
  • Family Friendly Places to visit in the United Kingdom

    We're looking into taking our kids on a cultural trip across teh UK for 3 months in the next year or so. Naturally, I want this trip to be enlightenening and informative. We'd like our kids to learn history and culutural from a variety of countries and figured the UK Read More
  • Travel Insurance – How to buy the right plan?

    Holidaying abroad without getting travel insurance is a big mistake! You never know when a calamity strikes that might lead to a medical emergency or even evacuation. Under such circumstances, travel insurance comes to your rescue. However, with a slew of options available, choosing the right travel insurance has become Read More
  • 4 Steps to Get the Right Travel Insurance Plan

    What’s the right travel insurance plan for you and your trip? The one that gives you the coverage you need and pays your claims, of course. Yet unpaid travel insurance claims are one of the biggest point of contention travelers have about travel insurance. It’s understandable. You buy a plan Read More
  • The capital of the once mighty Kakatiya Dynasty

    The capital of the once mighty Kakatiya Dynasty is a history aficionado’s dream. The city is celebrated for its rich history, superlative fort, numerous places of worship and a royal hall that marks the first piece of Islamic architecture in the region. But a traveler must keep in mind that Read More
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