Unique Vacation Ideas

9 Spectacular Easy-To-Find New England Waterfalls

9 Spectacular Easy-To-Find New England Waterfalls

In New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington Valley granite cliffs and glacier carved ravines produce an abundance of beautiful, easily accessible waterfalls just waiting for you to explore.

Follow us to discover 9 spectacular waterfalls in the Mt. Washington Valley that are easily accessible just off paved roads and in short distance from each other. Plan an unforgettable adventure to explore these cascading waterfalls and don’t miss the chance to see them in their full spring rushing glory!

May 18, 2015 | By More
Travel Like a Jedi,  Out-Of-This-World Star Wars Inspired Vacation Rentals

Travel Like a Jedi, Out-Of-This-World Star Wars Inspired Vacation Rentals

Top Seven Ways to Travel Like a Jedi With Star Wars Inspired Vacation Rentals. In a nod to Star Wars Day which occurred this week, we bring you fantastic vacation rentals where you’ll feel just like your in a Star Wars film. Grab your light saber and here we go:

May 5, 2015 | By More

Good To Know

Essential Things You Should Know Before Travelling to Russia

Essential Things You Should Know Before Travelling to Russia

Before you travel off to Russia, here are eight important things you should to know.

Russia is a huge country with a wide variety of interesting places to visit. The typical image of Russia is the snow covered Red Square, there are warm sunny seasons too. Russia has a wealth of beautiful attractions and places of interest. That being said, it is a different country than anything you’ve seen thus far in Europe, and anyone planning a trip to Russia should be mindful of the following tips:

May 20, 2015 | By More
9 Amazing Things You Never Knew About Australia

9 Amazing Things You Never Knew About Australia

Here’s a glimpse of some amazing things you probably never knew about the wonderful country of Australia. Beyond the wildlife and free-spirited lifestyle, here are more great reasons to visit.

It’s safe to say that Australia is the most unique place on the planet. It’s the world’s smallest continent, largest island and sixth-largest nation by area – all this in one place. Interested to learn more about this amazing spot? Here are nine surprising facts about Australia most people don’t know about.

May 12, 2015 | By More

Just Back Trip Reports

Hiking the Mysterious Mountains of McLeodgunj and Triund Near New Delhi India

Hiking the Mysterious Mountains of McLeodgunj and Triund Near New Delhi India

This is a real experience of trekking in India shared for the benefit of first timers like us!

We were a group of 5 trekking enthusiasts in the age group of 22-26. At this age we want to explore the world, but due to natural limitations, we thought of exploring some trekking trails first. There were many suggestions and we listed out many and finally opted to trek Triund as it is a beginners trek and offers nice views in the end. Additionally it is not far from our location New Delhi (Capital of India).

April 22, 2015 | By More
An Unforgettable Journey – Great Barrier Reef Trip Report

An Unforgettable Journey – Great Barrier Reef Trip Report

When I decided to visit the Great Barrier Reef the last summer, I had a lot of expectations and, believe it or not, during a week-long stay they all were met and I enjoyed it even more that I could have imagined. It was a rather good idea that I spent weeks prior to the big trip reading Australia Top 10 Lists online, charting out my stay. A lifetime would not be enough to see and do all you want to in the Great Barrier Reef area – there are approx 2,900 reefs and 900 islands, so you can only see a few on your brief holiday

January 9, 2015 | By More

Latest Travel Trends

Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Innkeeper?

Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Innkeeper?

Have you toyed with the idea of owning a Bed and Breakfast someday? Here’s the basics of what you need to be a successful Innkeeper.

Move over Lorelai Gilmore and Bob Newhart, do you think you have what it takes to be an innkeeper? I can’t think of any other profession that combines the knowledge from as many different disciplines as innkeeping does. From cook to concierge, housekeeper to historian, gardener to greeter, mediator to marketer the list goes on and on, so to be successful you need to know your limitations and know when to get help.

May 22, 2015 | By More
How To Travel The World on $50 a Day, Just Get Out and Explore!

How To Travel The World on $50 a Day, Just Get Out and Explore!

Have you been scared away from visiting Europe because it’s just too expensive? Well there’s good news on the horizon. Not only is the dollar strong again and climbing in value against the Euro, but seasoned traveler Matt Kepnes (a.k.a. Nomadic Matt) has shared his secrets for How to Travel The World on $50 a Day.

It’s been 50 years or more since Arthur Frommer first peaked America’s imagination to head to Europe for $5 a day. Generations have now hopped-the-pond to explore Europe, and the world, on a budget. Matt’s terrific guide for traveling smarter in today’s economy should be on everyone’s book shelf.

April 1, 2015 | By More

Wellness Beyond Borders

Guilt Free Santa Barbara Launches Diabetes-Friendly Menus

Guilt Free Santa Barbara Launches Diabetes-Friendly Menus

California has always been known for promoting healthy eating habits and has helped spread the popularity of granola, sprouts and avocado to the rest of the country. Now the city of Santa Barbara is taking it all one step further with the introduction of GuiltFreeSB, an initiative to make Santa Barbara the most diabetes-friendly destination in the United States.

April 16, 2015 | By More
Say No To Norovirus – How To Avoid Catching A Virus While On A Cruise

Say No To Norovirus – How To Avoid Catching A Virus While On A Cruise

The Dreaded Norovirus – a few simple steps to protect yourself on your cruise.

Norovirus is second to the common cold in reported illnesses and it affects millions of people around the world each year, not just those who like to spend their holidays on large luxurious ships. Here are the best strategies to secure yourself against contracting the nasty norovirus.

March 9, 2015 | By More

Family Travel

Canada’s Most Scenic Destinations For Your Bucket List

Canada’s Most Scenic Destinations For Your Bucket List

Don’t Miss Canada’s Most Awe-Inspiring Scenic Locations

Canada is the second largest country in the world, second only to Russia. So as you might imagine, it is full of beautiful landscapes and unique sites that travellers love to explore. And even though it is tops for wonderful landscapes, it is 37th in the world for population, so you’re not likely to encounter large crowds while sightseeing. Whether you are Canadian, or are just planning a visit to this vast country, below is a list of places that you absolutely should not miss.

April 6, 2015 | By More
World’s Most Breathtaking Cherry Blossom and Tulip Festivals

World’s Most Breathtaking Cherry Blossom and Tulip Festivals

Where To See The World’s Most Dramatic Cherry Blossom and Spring Tulip Festivals

This year more than most, everyone is desperate for a glimpse of spring to help them forget what a disgusting winter 2015 has been. All across the world cherry trees are in bud and ready to burst with pink perfusion to create lacy canapes dancing on spring breezes. Likewise, fat garden bulbs are sending their shoots toward the sunshine and soon gardens will sprout with spring tulips painting the landscape in impossibly bright colors. Oh yes, we need a dose of beautiful spring flowers right now! Here’s our master list of the best Cherry Blossom and Tulip Festivals across the globe.

March 30, 2015 | By More

Taste Of Our Travels

20 of the World’s Most Loved Brunch Dishes

20 of the World’s Most Loved Brunch Dishes

The folks at Lonely Planet have just published a wonderful new cookbook, The World’s Best Brunches, where to find them & how to make them.

I’ve spent days flipping through the tempting photos, reading recipes and learning the origins of 100 of the World’s Best Brunch Dishes. With each page I’m propelled around the globe remembering favored dishes I’ve sampled in far away places.

May 14, 2015 | By More
DIY New York City Wine Walking Tour

DIY New York City Wine Walking Tour

NYC Walking Tour – 3 Wine Bars You Just Shouldn’t Miss

Whether you’re a New York City native or visiting for the first or hundredth time, it’s a great place to explore a variety of wines from tiny wine bars to larger restaurants whose menus are built around wine selections. What better way to learn about wine than to grab your comfy shoes and spend a few hours walking around the Upper East Side (UES) of New York City and enjoy some spectacular wines?

April 10, 2015 | By More

Cruise News

Sailing to The Bahamas is Even More Fun With Free Booze From NCL

Sailing to The Bahamas is Even More Fun With Free Booze From NCL

Short three and four day cruises from Miami have always been a popular getaway option, but now Norwegian Cruise Line is setting themselves apart by introducing all-inclusive pricing that includes unlimited free beer, wine and premium spirits while cruising to the Bahamas on the Norwegian Sky.  Those Bahama-Mama’s are going to taste all the better […]

April 27, 2015 | By More
Cruise Ship Crime No Longer A Secret

Cruise Ship Crime No Longer A Secret

New Laws Call for On Board Crimes to Be Made Public

Have you ever thought about possible crime occurring on board a ship? Most cruisers don’t. But as cruise ships become ever larger and now carry as many passengers as some small towns, crime on board should not be overlooked. Crime aboard cruise ships is not a topic that is openly discussed on the news or throughout the cruise industry, but it does occur. And although cruise lines would prefer to hide the stats, Cruisers have the right to know what has happened on board their ship prior to leaving port. Thanks to a recently passed law, vacationers will now know have access to crime statistics.

February 18, 2015 | By More