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Blog / 04.05.2018

The United States is widely considered to have some of the best scenery in the whole world, with long stretches of sandy beaches, rugged mountains, and dusty deserts defining the incredible landscape. Over the years, people have found that there is no better way to discover it than by going on a road trip. This road trip can be completed in one long period, or you can space it out as you travel from state to state, taking your time to enjoy each sight, smell, and sound. In...

Blog / 04.05.2018

These days, a lot of young people are starting their own businesses, many of which are in the transportation sector. This can be quite a lucrative business to go into, but there are lots of things that you will need to keep in mind. The more time and effort you put into learning about how to start this type of business, the better your chances will be of succeeding. Select the Best Equipment It is essential that all trucking companies have the best possible equipment in order to become truly...

Blog / 02.05.2018

Most travellers to the Philippines know that is not wise to attempt same day connections when flying in or out of Manila. Flights are often delayed due to air traffic congestion at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), and getting between terminals is no easy task with the heavy road traffic around the airport. So having a day in Manila on the way in and out of the country is wise planning. There are many things to do in and around the country’s largest metropolis, but few travelers ever think...

Blog / 01.05.2018

I just did it! I successfully moved across the pond! It wasn't an easy process moving to America from the UK - it involved tons of paperwork, legal fees and sleepless nights about packing up my life's belongings, but I did it. As a warning, even if you have wanted to pursue the American Dream for your entire life, the day will come and you will start to get cold feet. You'll feel anxious, worried, stressed and find yourself wondering if you should just haul up in a cottage in...

Blog / 28.04.2018

For a traveler, the beauty of any lies in getting the most out of it. The essence of traveling is to get away from the normal, see new places, experience new cultures, try new foods and expose yourself to a life you have never known before. However, not every traveler ever ends up achieving all these. Most of the times, the lack of the experience they had desired is from some of the things they end up doing during the trip. Consequently, if you want to get the...

Blog / 24.04.2018

The best weather for camping is when it is warm and sunny. Warm weather reduces the amount of luggage and makes planning the whole trip much easier. What do you do then when you need some relaxation that can only come from an outdoor camping experience but the weather forecast looks forbidding? You don’t have to postpone your camping trip to when the weather allows. With a few modifications and better planning you can still for your camping expedition and have a wonderful time at it. Here are camping tips for...

Blog / 18.04.2018

If you are looking for the best place to visit for rock climbing, it is important that you take the time to carefully examine your options. There are a lot of places in the U.S. that offer amazing opportunities for this particular activity, but you don’t want to choose just any of them. The more you learn about these destinations, the easier it will be to choose the right one for your next climbing trip. 1.     Slade, Kentucky The Red River Gorge in Slade, Kentucky offers some of the most...

Blog / 18.04.2018

Vacation time is something that most people plan for, count down the days for, and can barely wait to get started. It’s a chance to get away from it all, truly relax, and even discover new sights, culture, and cuisine. With that said, it’s pretty easy to indulge while on holidays, forgoing your typical healthy and clean eating lifestyle. The problem with pushing your regular healthy habits to the side while on holidays is that it can leave you feeling sluggish, low on energy, and not exactly “well”. In...

Blog / 11.04.2018

It's easy to find a destination that offers one or two types of outdoor activities, from rock climbing to river rafting to mountain biking. Located in Utah on the south edge of the Grand Canyon, Moab offers just about every activity you can think of. Its incredible location puts it within a 60-minute drive of two of the five mightiest national parks in the US. High and dry Arches National Park is just a short walk north of Moab. This 76,518-acre reserve hosts the world's largest collection of natural arches....

Blog / 04.04.2018

If you have looked into traveling to Southeast asia at any given point, chances are you have heard or read about the Banana Pancake Trail. This so called trail refers to undefined but general route for many backpackers looking to explore Southeast Asia on a longer term trip while staying to a budget. The name itself refers to the fact that many of the original trekkers of the Banana Pancake Trail were western travelers who would seek hostels and hotels that provided creature comforts, such as banana pancakes, while...