Why do you like to travel? The reasons are multi-faceted for me: I travel to discover new places, meet new people, and learn new things about myself. Traveling also helps me break away from the monotony of the daily grind, giving me that taste of the unknown and unexpected I so crave and desire.
We had been wanting to visit Koh Lipe for years and finally in 2020 just before COVID hit we managed. Koh Lipe was the last place we visited before travel stopped. We can’t think of a better island to have chosen as our last port of call.
With our passports safely tucked away, let’s run through the best domestic trips and (socially-distanced) adventures to be had near you — wherever on this beautiful planet you might be.
While international travel is at a bit of a standstill and some places are opening back up with different restrictions in place, you may be trying to figure out where can Americans travel right now. As many folks are opting to stay domestic right now, USA road trips have become quite popular.
My first trip outside of Australia was to Italy. I had dreamed of visiting ever since I was little. I was so excited and nervous about my first big adventure that I planned each day in detail.
A couple of years ago, wanting to escape the oppressive summer heat of Austin, I spent months staring at a map but unable to answer that question.
Baby is on the way, and it is time to find the perfect present for your friend or family member! With so many options available, it can be difficult to find the right kind of gift to make the day special. Here are a few ideas to get your brain thinking and inspire you as you begin your search for a wonderful gift.
Therefore, they need a tremendous amount of help during dental emergencies. This is because teeth-related problems are too painful to ignore. Here are some ideas to consider if you are a single mom searching for more affordable dental care treatment options.
Your home is also a place of learning for kids. Having a clean learning space for your kids will help them develop faster and foster learning. Here are 7 easy ways in cleaning your kids’ learning space so you won’t have a hard time.
Nothing quite compares to a parent’s battle at the dinner table. On one side, you’ve got a parent desperate to get their kids to eat green vegetables. On the other side, there’s a kid armed with all the stubborn willpower of two large armies.