Authentic New Zealand… true to life

New Zealand is renowned the world over for its glorious countryside and breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, and people flock to our shores to experience some of the best outdoor and nature activities available anywhere. Despite this well-deserved reputation as a must-see destination, many visitors sadly miss out on the opportunity to really immerse themselves in the […]

8 must-see highlights of Ecuador

Ecuador is a megadiverse country that offers not only the unique Galapagos Islands, but also a wide range of sites that travelers must-visit in the Andes, the Amazon, and the Pacific Coast. To entice potential visitors, we have chosen 8 highlights of Ecuador that travelers should include in their itinerary to Ecuador. Information from the […]

Committment First Time Management

I’m usually not all that busy, at least in terms of items on my schedule. I have infinite things that I could do, but very few of them have to happen at specific times or on specific days. If I do have a commitment, though, I will be there exactly on time. An exceptional situation […]

98% Off Photography Bundle: This Week Only!

For the first time ever, I’m offing a major discount on my online travel photography training course: The Travel Photography Academy. In addition to that, you can get 20 other photography courses and ebooks covering a wide range of subjects in photography, including food photography, portrait photography, wedding photography, film photography, composition, lighting, iPhone photography, […]

Win a Pair of OOMG Shoes from OOFOS

After my first marathon in Honolulu, I wanted nothing more than to take my running shoes off and let my feet just relax. Unfortunately, the flip flops I brought to slip into after the race had a hard-bottomed sole and they hurt my feet even further. There was nothing I could do right then but […]

5 of the hottest hotel openings in southern Africa in 2019

With the ever growing demand for luxury travel, it doesn’t come as a big surprise that there is a growing number of luxury hotels opening too. Southern Africa is not missing the boat with several new openings in 2019. Here are 5 of the hottest hotel openings which you need to put on your “to […]

A cheese lover’s guide to Barcelona

As a country, many consider Spain a relatively lesser-known nation of cheese compared to its European brothers and sisters, and although it may not host as many dairy delights as its French neighbours, Spain does offer its very own unique variety of tasty cheeses. Cheese trading in Spain dates all the way back to the […]

The Importance of Keeping Things That Spark Rage

I had not worn the socks in years when I fished them out of the back of the drawer. They had survived the journey to college and six subsequent moves. They were one of the few relics of my past that had not been destroyed in the recent fire that consumed my mother’s home. They […]

A Guide to Visiting the Aral Sea in Kazakhstan

It was a rainy day in November but the cloudy and gray sky, combined with half-destroyed buildings and ghostly railway tracks, seemed like the ideal scenario for photography. I was wandering around industrial warehouses with broken windows and rusted Soviet machinery. I bumped into a Lenin bust which was surrounded by weeds and located in […]

Unforgettable London Day Trips: Stonehenge and the Cotswolds

Taking a trip to Stonehenge and the nearby Cotswolds is a great way to explore some of the amazing sites outside of London. A visit to this area offers a glimpse into a different kind of England that is a world away from the busy streets of the capital. From gorgeous cottages to windy English […]

What Living in Mexico City as an Expat Is Really Like

Hey guys! Welcome to American Expats, a new series that shows you what expat life is like in cities around the world. Next up: Laura, a freelance writer and blogger who has been living in Mexico City for two and a half years. Here, she talks about celebrating the Day of the Dead, learning Spanish, and […]

7 reasons to visit St Ives, Cornwall, England

Holidays in St. Ives are some of the most sought after in England as it’s considered the most beautiful gem in the crown of Cornish resorts. The boundless ocean, rugged cliffs, cosy bays, old buildings, art galleries, and snug restaurants – this is what St. Ives is all about. This town is one of the […]

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Iceland versus Norway

These two Nordic countries share some characteristics including dramatic landscapes, Viking history, and beautiful trails. But once you scratch the surface, each is distinctively unique. Iceland is wildly popular (for good reason), while Norway—still a bit under the radar—is more recently becoming the regional darling. Can’t decide which trip is for you? Maybe you’re intrigued […]

Air Pollution Policy at Sriwittayapaknam School in Thailand

นโยบายการป้องกัน และตารางมลพิษทางอากาศ ของโรงเรียนศรีวิทยาปากน้ำ จ.สมุทรปราการ เพื่อให้คุณครู ผู้ปกครองเฝ้าระวังนักเรียนและบุตรหลานของท่าน เกี่ยวกับความปลอดภัยจากมลภาวะทางอากาศ โรงเรียนของเรามีเครื่องตรวจวัดอากาศ สามารถบอกค่ามลพิษ ได้ตลอดเวลาที่เชื่อมต่อกับอินเตอร์เน็ตอ่านค่าได้ทุก ๆ 5 นาที เพื่อความปลอดภัยของบุตรหลานท่าน This is the air pollution policy for Sriwittayapaknam School in Samut Prakan, Thailand. Other Thai schools are welcome to base their air pollution policies on our one. Our aim is to help all Thai youth. Our school has an onsite air […]