Airline points are all the rage nowadays specially for people who love to travel or travel to loads of places due to one reason or another. However, if you still haven’t caught up with this trend, don’t worry. This article is all anyone needs to be well informed and stay up to date with the… Continue reading Things To Know About Travel Miles
The fun thing about road rips is that people love them even when they are tedious. They are indeed one of the best ways of exploring a country within the shortest span of time. The country offers vivid landscapes that can be explored like glacial lakes and lava fields. One of the most fantastic tours… Continue reading Ring Road at Iceland: How to Plan the Perfect Road Trip
Petra’s work trip to Kenya gave her the perfect opportunity to spend a few extra days to go on a safari. Her friend had lived in Kenya and so she asked for a recommendation – that was us! We planned a six-day safari to Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha with a final lunch… Continue reading 3 Places to Experience on Your First Safari
Family skiing holidays are always special, especially if you are taking your children to the slopes for the first time. On top of the various things you need to consider such as hiring ski boots, skis and ski clothing at the resort so you can then change them if they don’t fit properly, you need… Continue reading The Best Beginner Ski Schools in Europe for Your Family Skiing Holiday
It has been over twenty years. A stretch of time, long enough to own a journal of thoughts that tickle the funny bones. A weave of episodes for a Pinoy expat who continuously adapts to the nuances of a language. Surprisingly, he does navigate with an American driver’s license. Living with American work skills but… Continue reading What Flips Most About a Pinoy Expat’s Life
Dad wanted us to “camp” in the backyard as I had been doing for several years. But we were teenagers now and wanted to be away from home for our great Screen House experience. So we loaded all our gear into his truck and off we went. We went right to the big tree by… Continue reading A Screen House Shelter and 3 Teenage Girls
The Columbia drains a watershed area of about 259.000 square miles. The force of this great river meets the Pacific Ocean’s massive mix of shifting channels, violent seas and high winds making for extremely dangerous navigation. Also, despite its wide mouth, mariners, historically, were often unable to find it. About 1812 a beacon was erected… Continue reading From Burning Trees To a Lighthouse
Finding an awesome ski vacation destination is not easy. Most ski resorts are rarely credited for the vacationer’s positive unforgettable experience. But at the same time, they are at the receiving end of a traveler’s unpleasant winter vacation memories. Reputation has been the core currency of every ski resort in the market. Every effort and… Continue reading Why Help Promote the Ski Vacation Destination?