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Whether you are single, have a significant other, or have a significant other with a family, what are your summertime plans?
As hard as many Americans work, the idea of getting away for a fun-filled summer vacation should suit just about everyone.
That said the choices can be a tad overwhelming at times.
There is so much to do and oftentimes so little time to do them all.
So, where will... [Continue Reading]
For most travelers today, using the Internet during the trip has become an important part for the journey. We need to check out emails, use facebooks, reading online news and even check bank balance while traveling. For this reason, most traveler will bring a laptop when traveling and use WIFI from hotels, coffee shops or airports to connect to the Internet.
However, one should realize that... [Continue Reading]
Enter Utah: A utopia of Mother Nature’s greatest qualities.
Between the snow-capped mountains, canyons, forests, sandstones arches, fresh spring-fed creeks, waterfalls, an oasis nestled in the dessert and endless terrain of diverse landscape combined with fascinating wildlife, it’s no wonder why Utah is a backpacker’s paradise.
If you’re a lover of nature and seek... [Continue Reading]
When it comes to traveling by boat, experience is all but irrelevant if you choose to ignore the fundamental guidelines of water safety.
Traveling by boat with your family should be a time of adventure, bond and rejoicing. If you’re thinking of skipping the highway for the ocean waves, it’s imperative that you’re methodically prepared for any scenario man, machinery or... [Continue Reading]
Are you planning a road trip? Do you intend to use a rented car? If so, you should consider taking rented car insurance before your grand trip.
Why rental car insurance is important
Ensuring that you’re insured on your road trip is vital. Insurance cover ensures that you won’t have to dig into your pocket in case of anything on the road. Depending on the terms of your policy,... [Continue Reading]
If you are a new expat who just move to China, one thing you have to know is that many popular websites, such as Google, Gmail, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc. are blocked in China and you can’t access them no matter how fast your Internet connection is. This is quite frustrating for many of us, who are used to using Gmail, Google Docs and Facebook etc. on a daily basis.
The... [Continue Reading]
Getting a new home can be a very exciting experience and one that comes with a good deal of stress. The stress starts when you have to find the right new home to purchase. Once you have found the right home, it will be time to plan your move. There are a number of things that have to be planned out when trying to get a move done the right way. The best way to make sure this process goes over... [Continue Reading]
There are over 1,000 UNESCO world heritage sites, ranging from beautifully stunning natural vistas to shocking and awe-inspiring man-made structures. While you've certainly got your work cut out for yourself if you plan to visit all of them, we've put together a list of several that simply can't afford to be missed.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
Also commonly referred to as just the... [Continue Reading]
Georgia is known for its classic southern charm, as the area is full of historical plantations, relaxing beaches, gorgeous forests, and sweet peaches. For those who have recently moved to Georgia, there are a few must-see places you have to visit in the beautiful state to feel like a real southern Georgian.
Here are the top six places to see after moving to Georgia:
This 3,200 acre park is... [Continue Reading]
Fort Myers is a lot of things to a lot of people. It’s beaches and shopping and lots of things to do – but one thing that keeps people coming back year after year is the wildlife.
You see, Fort Myers is also home to lots and lots of animals – manatees and birds, and all kinds of creatures. And many of them will come back every year too.
1. Four Mile Cove Ecological... [Continue Reading]