Let Us Share Exclusive Travel Secrets of Beautiful Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is a gorgeous place that is rightfully recognized as the ‘pearl of the Indian Ocean’. Sri Lanka is attracting the interest of more and more travelers across the globe thanks to its scenic beauty and courteous culture. Sri Lanka is a handsome and exotic destination alive with striking culture, distinctive language, nature, wildlife, picturesque landscape, beaches and tradition.
Our family was recently hosted by Sugartooth Tours, who specializes in sweat walking dessert tours in NYC.
What could be more inviting than walking the streets of New York City, stopping to sample delicious ice cream along the way. Come with us as we take a walking tour along the sweet streets of NYC.
Don’t leave the kids behind…. Visit South Africa with your family and plan a getaway in the Franschhoek Valley with child friendly Wine Farms and activities.
I clearly remember the first time I drove to the Franschhoek Valley. We were driving on the Helshoogte Pass from Stellenbosch and I was in awe: the entire valley, so green and lush, surrounded by stark and imposing yet beautiful mountain ranges, under a clear blue sky opened itself up to me and I was, simply put, mesmerized. I fell in love and Franschhoek, with its fields of lavender, awe-inspiring wine farms and quaint little French-inspired village, has since become my holiday destination of choice.
Top Tour Sites for Catholics and Christians When Visiting Israel.
When speaking about Catholic Israel tours, the first thing we have to understand is that many places and historic sites in the Holy Land are equally important for all three major monotheistic religions – Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It is not something that should confuse you because this country is a true meeting point of different cultures, traditions and religions. And that’s why it is not unusual to see people from different creeds going to pilgrimage and visiting the exact same places.
Tallinn, The journey from soviet ruins to hipster paradise.
Whenever you think hipster you probably think Shoreditch in London, Fitzroy in Melbourne, Williamsburg in New York or some other well-known trendy hipster location out there. Do you really think those pop hipsters are “real” hipster? I don’t think so… As a matter of fact I am sure they are not, especially after I visited Tallinn a few weeks ago.
Here are 10 great reasons why this may be the best time to visit Britain in the last thirty years.
Probably a few weeks ago you had no idea what “Brexit” was or how it would affect Britain immediately after the vote to leave the European Union. The vote of the people of Britain to approve Brexit last week, sent proverbial shock waves through the world’s financial markets. The result was an unprecedented drop in British Pounds Sterling to the lowest value in decades. Today the GBP is down to the lowest value again the USD in 3 decades. As a result, the number of internet searches for fights to Britain have increased by an estimated 50%. Travelers know there are bargains to be had across-the-pond, so don’t miss this opportunity to travel to the United Kingdom for less than it’s cost in many, many years.
Best Urban Beaches From Paris to Philadelphia – Summer City Beaches Are Popping Up In Land-Locked Cities Around The World
July is almost here when all thoughts turn to lazing at the beach with friends. In major land-locked cities across the globe, temporary beaches are popping along river banks to give city-dwellers and visitors a bit of sun and sand fun. City beaches are not a new idea but, when Paris brought in sand and palm trees to line the banks of the Seine River in summer, the world took notice. Paris Plages become an immediate passion for Parisians who couldn’t escape to the Med for a beach vacation. You just can’t keep a good idea from spreading and soon pop-up urban beaches were being created in major cities across the world. So grab you flip flops and beach chair and head to one of the world’s most popular pop-up city beaches!
Mid-Atlantic Roadside Oddities Worth Stopping For
If you’ve got your RV or SUV fueled up and fully loaded, you’re always ready for a road trip – the real question is, where do you want to go? It’s easy to pick a well-worn tourist route, or return to a favorite vacation spot, but if you truly want something off the books, hit the roads of America. The United States is home to more one-of-a-kind roadside oddities than anywhere else.
Here are our picks for some of the weirdest and most entertaining roadside attractions in the Mid-Atlantic States:
Whether you are an overseas visitor to Australia or an Aussie who wants to get out of the city and explore, you have a lot on offer in the land down under. Australia is one of the few places in the world where you can still find some unspoiled nature. It has mountains, the bush, the ocean and rivers, as well as bustling cities and urban settings.
We bring you some of our favourite places to stay when you want to get away for a little while – or for a long while when visiting the Sydney area.
With all the excitement of Father’s Day this past weekend you may have missed another wonderful holiday…National Martini Day that takes place on June 19th each year, and this year it coincided with Dad’s day. But it’s never too late to sit down and savor a really good martini, especially when you’re on summer vacation or need to feel like you are.
With that in mind we share with you 12 colorful recipes for summer-spirited martinis created by some of America’s top chefs and mixologists at top resorts across the country. Get your shaker ready!!
Leave the Modern World Behind When You Visit These 3 Countries
For people living in the United States, Canada, Europe, and other major developed regions of the world, it’s easy to forget that not all of humanity lives with the ubiquitous innovations of the 21st century. There are plenty of places that the internet doesn’t extend, where cars cannot drive down city streets, and where electricity is considered a recent luxury if it is available at all. These pre-modern standards of living don’t mean that these nations are backward – in fact, this sort of living is one of the most exciting things that a traveler can experience. If you’re looking for a simpler way of life, if only for a holiday, then here are three nations where life is a little simpler and slower than it is in your part of the world.
Getting to know Ireland’s intriguing off-shore islands.
Many of us have visited Ireland more than once, as the hospitality of the Irish is unsurpassed and the scenery is stunning. But just when you think you know the island-nation well, there is more scenic beauty waiting just offshore on one of Ireland’s 80 off-shire islands. Here’s an introduction to Ireland’s beautiful off-shore islands just waiting for you to explore.
13 Historic Monuments Where Mystery Prevails
The world is a rich and wonderful place that’s full of surprises. Mysteries can be found in the most unexpected corners of the Earth – and many of them are left unsolved despite centuries of speculation.
Here are 13 mysterious historical monuments, from those well-loved in pop culture, to lesser known curiosities from ancient times, all waiting for your exploration:
6 Amazing Buildings You Probably Didn’t Know Were Built for British Royalty
With Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday being celebrated this weekend, everyone’s attention will be focused on a number of iconic royal destinations in the UK like Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. But these great palaces are not the only impressive buildings that are linked to the British royal family.
Bring On A Toast to Summer! BnB’s along Brewery and Wine Trails
Summertime calls for beer and wine, and there are numerous inns located on some of the best trails in the US. There are even regions that are celebrated for both breweries and wineries, so guests don’t have to choose between the two. Here are a few inns from New York’s Finger Lakes and Virginia where you can sip, sample, and stay while enjoying the best breakfasts and beds in between.
Have you ever seen one of the oldest bridges in Europe? Do you want to try wine from a drinking glass like the one Charles IV owned? Did you know that world’s renowned Prague Dancing House was originally named “Fred and Ginger” after Aster and Rogers fame? Or that Old Town Square has the tastiest street food and most unique handicrafts – all are waiting for you to discover in Prague!
Amazing River Cruises In India Are A Growing Trend
With the success of tourism in India, river cruises are gaining huge popularity. With the best services offered on board and amazing views that surround such an expedition, river cruises are becoming a popular choice for touring. So, it’s time to spend your holidays with great comfort and luxury along with your family, friends or your partner. Let’s check out these Top 5 River Cruises in India that you need to explore!
In stark contrast to most other parts of the Mediterranean, North Cyprus is a comparably untouched gem. While that is partially due to the politics of the region itself, for holiday-goers it presents a unique opportunity to enjoy the Mediterranean as it once was.
While North Cyprus in itself is actually rather small (encompassing about 38% of the island), there is certainly a lot to see there. Southern Cyprus in Greek, while Northern Cyprus is Turkish. From calm and sandy beaches to numerous architectural marvels, North Cyprus is a unique and interesting place to visit.
Life is full of stress, challenges and sometimes just boredom. When I need a boost, I simply think of where in the world I’d like to be today. Here are this weeks picks: Thursday 5/26 Exploring the Peloponnese region of Greece. Unspoiled, uncrowded and filled with ancient sites. The Peloponnese was named #1 place in […]
If you asked me why I was planning to travel through Thailand a year ago, I would have spouted off some nonsense about the beauty of the earth, the people, and the spirituality of traveling alone and having a grand adventure. I had ideals and I was certain that I was an open-minded, easy-going individual, and that I would be welcomed into the fold. I thought I was rugged enough to withstand primitive accommodations, and that I could have an experience that I would remember forever. On my trip however, all of my misconceptions about myself went out the window; I had to reshape my own opinion of myself, and I learned a few things.
Let me share them.