Yangtze River Cruise

July 7, 2013 in Asia

At over 6,300 kilometers long, the mighty Yangtze River is the longest river in China. It is the third most impressive river in the world, beaten only by the Nile and the Amazon. It begins in Tibet’s snow covered plateau and winds its way through nine different Chinese provinces before flowing into the East China Read the Rest…

Take a Dive with a Great Barrier Reef Tour

May 30, 2013 in Oceania

Scuba diving is a wonderful activity whether you’re on vacation or not. For some of the most spectacular underwater scenery in the world, you should plan on taking a Great Barrier Reef tour just off the coast of Australia. Sure, there are great reefs elsewhere in the world, but this is the grand-daddy of them Read the Rest…

Highlights of Vietnam

May 21, 2013 in Asia

Vietnam stretches along the coast, offering a variety of landscapes, sights and sounds to the traveler who is looking to dive deep into a country with rich history. The large cities, Ha Noi in the north and Ho Chi Minh in the south, will challenge the senses – even crossing the road is a challenge Read the Rest…

Getting the Best Airline Food

May 4, 2013 in Tips

The food may not be the first thing you worry about on a flight, but if you are going to be travelling for a long time, it can make a difference in your overall comfort. Some airlines are known to have impressive culinary offerings, so if you have the chance to fly with them, your Read the Rest…

How to Plan a Trip to South East Asia

April 30, 2013 in Asia

Many people travel to Southeast Asia in search of adventure, local cultures, great food and of course the stunning beaches that are on offer. Planning a trip to Asia can be intimidating, but with a bit of research and this helpful guide you’ll be ready to pack your bags and board your flight. Many people Read the Rest…

Escape the Crowds and Explore Thailand

April 20, 2013 in Asia

Thailand; the land of smiles and a country of contrasts, mixing stunning scenery, soaring mountains, gorgeous beaches, historical ruins, serene temples, bar-girls, parties, lady-boys and little chance to escape the crowds. Take a Thai adventure to popular destinations, such as Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya, Krabi and Chiang Mai and, although you will undoubtedly have a great Read the Rest…

The Art of Taking Better Photos on Vacation

April 15, 2013 in Tips

One of the best souvenirs you can bring home from a vacation is your collection of photos. But not everyone is a photographer and sometimes your pictures aren’t really all that great after all. So brush up on a few new photography skills before your next trip so you can capture all of your experiences Read the Rest…

Amsterdam Delivers Cultural Feast

April 9, 2013 in Europe

Amsterdam offers an eclectic array of cultural delights to appeal to all people who want to holiday in Amsterdam. The capital and largest city in the Netherlands, many argue that this vibrant city is the cultural capital of Europe due its impressive offering of world-class museums and stunning theatrical displays. There is certainly no lack Read the Rest…

Exploring Vietnamese Food on the Street

April 6, 2013 in Asia

Discovering new cuisines can be half the fun of a vacation, so you simply have to try as many dishes as possible. Don’t settle for bland Vietnamese food from a restaurant for tourists either. You want to really get to the heart of this fine country? Eat what the locals eat! Street food is the Read the Rest…

Egypt Travel Scams

March 31, 2013 in Africa

Egypt is one of the most fascinating tourist destinations in the world, but, like all other special places, travelers would be wise to stay on their toes and educate themselves on the scams that they might come upon while visiting Egypt. One of the most common scams found in Egypt and many other countries is Read the Rest…