TL;DR Study carefully where you are going. Give yourself freedom to do whatever you want. Always be open to meet new people. Traveling solo may sound boring for some and exciting for others. Sometimes, it may even sound dangerous. There are, however, ways to enjoy it, make it exciting, and even safe. It all […]
Category Archives: trip planning
How to Plan a Perfect Beach Trip (on a Budget)
TL;DR Pick the right time to travel, if possible a low season. Choose free activities and try to cook your own food. Try using local transportation or car sharing apps. Spending time with family or friends at the beach always sounds like a good idea. You can never go wrong with shade, refreshments, and […]
How to Plan a Trip: Easy Step by Step Guide
Let’s face it: we all love to travel. Ask anybody you know if they like traveling, they will agree: they love it. That’s because it is such a rich experience and it serves all kinds of people and purposes. Even though there is no fixed way to travel, there are basic topics you have […]
How to Plan a Family Trip Without Hesitations: A Checklist
TL;DR Save for it! As soon as you start thinking about traveling, start saving too. Think about how you want to get there, if you need to buy flight/bus tickets then the earlier the buy the cheaper you’ll pay. Pack light, you don’t need your full wardrobe during vacation.
How to Plan a Road Trip
The good ol’ road trips. One of the classic ways to travel. Solo or in groups, it can be fun, entertaining, educational, adventurous. Whatever you make of it. However, just because you are about to have tons of fun, doesn’t mean you don’t have to prepare for what’s coming up. There are some basic items you […]
Post-vaccine Traveling and Things You Need to Know
TL;DR Your first trip will be to your also vaccinated friend or family’s house, but only 2 weeks after your final shot. We will be able to travel first in our country, then probably to Europe first. We will still need masks because the vaccine is not a guarantee we can’t transmit the virus.
Travel Industry Stats in the U.S. (March ’21)
TL;DR Travel numbers have gone up since last spring. A lot of trips are being planned for the next six months. Americans are being driven to enjoy tourism through road trips. Since the Spring of 2020, the travel industry in the United States has faced what probably has been its toughest challenge. However, some […]
When Will International Travel Resume?
TL;DR Despite international COVID numbers, American can still go overseas. There are some interesting destinations U.S. citizens can currently visit. Traveling domestically might be the best option for now. As we watch the new story developments around the travel industry and COVID requirements, it seems that slowly (but surely) traveling is making a comeback […]
12 Travel lessons from A Goofy Movie
No best way to break the routine than traveling. Visiting non-familiar places can be one of the most enriching and transformative experiences you’ll have in your life. However, sometimes all this newness can also trigger many uncomfortable situations. And just as an avalanche begins with a small snowball, one slip and soon your trip is […]
7 items not to pack when you travel
By Jessica Marabella It’s a moment we’ve all experienced when packing for a trip. You stare at items laid out on the bed and ask yourself, “Do I really need that? Or can I get by without it?” If you’re worried that you’ll be miles away from home and inconvenienced by the absence of an […]