I highly recommend Canggu for people who want to relax and go to the beach.
Switzerland. The land of banks, watches, and the Alps. It’s definitely worth a trip, particularly if you are in love with hiking or have grown up watching the Sound of Music. The Prices: The exchange rate from Swiss Franc to USD is about 1:1. That being said, Switzerland has a high…
I had no idea that there were tours to the Demilitarized Zone, that markets and food in Korea were exceptionally special, or that it had the largest current community of American Ex-pats.
While the rest of the world looks at the government of North Korea, and feels threatened, South Korea, the closest geographically, looks on and sees the women and children who are missing out on nutrients. It sees the lack of any cohesive economic structure. It sees the misuse of resources. And, it wants to ensure that innocent lives- children specifically- are saved.
Anyway, upon arrival, the old flip-flops, limestone-marble streets and rain were a deadly combination. I gave up walking like a regular human being and opted instead to skate.
That's the beauty of traveling, these small, seemingly random moments don't have to end. The good bits can continue to live on, because when you connect with someone, it just works out.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is beautiful, inexpensive, and convenient. You can fly into Zagreb, and catch buses to every other major city, and it's the closest ride to Plitvice National Park.
Croatia is an incredible country with beautiful cities, plenty of nature, and great beaches. If Croatia is not on your itinerary, you need to add it as soon as possible. You won't be disappointed.
If you are anything like me, you probably think about this kind of necessity last. While saving up money is easy, finding health insurance coverage without a full-time job can be difficult. But, it doesn’t have to be. WorldNomad, is a company that offers insurance to long-term travelers. It is easy to set up an…
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