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Blog / 25.09.2020

Flying can be stressful, considering the possibilities of delays, check-in queues, and canceled flights. The stress can be dangerous for persons suffering from hypertension, as it can cause unpredictable spikes in blood pressure, making them unable to travel or dangerously sick during a flight. The following are tips to make flying easy and safe for people with high blood pressure. Consult a Physician Before Travelling Before you make any travel plans, consult a physician for a check-up and make sure to refill your prescription too. The physician is in the...

Blog / 17.09.2020

For many people, camping close to nature with their family or friends sounds like a great pastime. If you’re a real outdoor enthusiast, you may be into long-distance trips or even challenging mountaineering expeditions. Regardless of your preferences, there’s no talking about an adventure without proper equipment.  If you’re only getting into camping and all things attached or you’re a seasoned camper, but you need to buy a new tent, this article will help you make your decision. You’ll learn which factors you should take into consideration before deciding...

Blog / 15.09.2020

Traveling is an enriching experience and something that everyone should try at least once. It doesn’t have to be an around the world experience to give you a fantastic adventure either, as some destinations close to home tick all the right boxes. However, there is one thing that often puts a stop on plans, and that’s how to finance your trip. There are a few ways to get cash together to make it a reality.  Check out some of the top ways to fund your travels below: Sell stuff We often...

Blog / 24.08.2020

Did you know that 39% of Americans are likely to travel even when they're sick? Whether you recognize it or not, they're spreading the same germs around that made them ill throughout public transportation, making it easier for you to catch. So what's the cleanest way for you to travel?  Don't worry with this guide you can find out! From renting a car to riding a bike, you can learn the best substitutes for public transportation.  Now, are you ready to get started? Here's the insider scoop on how to avoid public...

Blog / 24.08.2020

In 2019, 45% of Americans chose beach vacations over other types.   Although we’re amidst a pandemic, you don’t have to forgo your time by the sea. There are many ways to be safe while enjoying a day at the beach.  If you’re looking for ways to have fun and be safe, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 12 ways to enjoy your beach day. 1. Get There Early  Not sure how to enjoy a beach vacation? Get to the beach early so you can grab a spot before it gets busier. Bring...

Blog / 20.08.2020

Moving to a new place can be challenging because it would take many adjustments. You’ll get to meet new friends, make new memories, and learn new culture and tradition. However, the relocation process is more than starting over in a new city or country. It’s about organizing the transition and preparing for any possible outcome. The same tip applies to moving from New York City to Los Angeles. Typically, an NYC - L.A. relocation can get complicated depending on your level of planning and preparation. Thus, if you’ve decided...

Blog / 17.08.2020

Buying an RV can be many people's dream, just like buying a house in front of a seashore. Some may like moving around on wheels while still enjoying the comfort of home. However, unlike home purchasing, an RV can be a lot more than a nuisance than comfort. If you are still passionate about it and want to enjoy some days of vacations, you can go for an RV for rent near me with RVRentalnetwork. You can plan many ways to go on an RV trip and keep yourself safe from a...

Blog / 15.08.2020

The United Kingdom (UK) continues to be one of the most popular places to visit. Especially since Covid-19 if you’re living within the UK and wish to explore another city, or if you’re looking to travel to this part of Europe once restrictions have been lifted, then this guide should help you to plan your trip. Many travellers will set off to London, to surround themselves with the hustle and bustle of the city centre and hop on a famous red bus across Tower Bridge to complete the tour....

Blog / 05.08.2020

It’s the time of year where we’re excited to get away from it all and take a well-deserved break from work and our responsibilities. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, vacations here in the US are proving a popular alternative to overseas travel. However, more staycations mean more cars on the road, which means that the likelihood of a crash or collision is greatly increased. While driving your own car on vacation gives you freedom from public transport and from strict flight times, you’re also responsible for getting to your destination...

Blog, Travel Tips / 04.08.2020

You cannot always be sure of the weather when hiking or camping outdoors, and you want to be prepared for the worst scenario. In addition to packing refreshments, change of clothes, and safety gadgets, you also want to have a poncho in your rucksack, especially when going out under wet weather.  Walking for hours under the rain or snow can take a toll on your health, not to mention putting a dent in your outdoor experience. With the help of survival ponchos, you can stay warm and dry, while also...