Cava for lunch is a great travel blog and inspirational platform of Christina, a 23 years old Norwegian girl who currently lives in Rome. She consider herself as a ‘flashpacker’ - A flashpacker is one who travels like a backpacker but having added comfort, style and technology whilst still maintaining a sense of exploration and adventure. This is a very cool concept and it is worth to visit Christina's site to see how it works.
Paul Ferdinand is a Hawaii Destinations Specialist as Certified by the Hawaii Convention and Visitor's bureau. He has over 49 years experience as a sales executive for Air France, Trafalgar Toiurs, and Uniworld River Cruise line. His own travel agency in Philadelphia, the Rainbow Voyages Travel organizes gay and lesbian Honeymoons to Hawaii.
Greeking.me is a very cool Greek Travel agency that offers highly customized tours with knowledgeable and fun field experts. Greeking.me shows the authentic Greek culture through unforgettable experiences. They organize exciting cultural Athens tours that aim to show you a different Athens.
Microlight Cambodia offers you microlight flights in Cambodia with Microlight Aircraft pilot Eddie Smith who has 30 years experience and over 2,000 hours of flying time in Cambodia. Eddie who first came to Cambodia 12 years ago started flying archaeologists, hydrologists and geologists studying the temples but now welcomes people from around the globe.
Their smallest journey flies to the Rolous Group and circles around. And the largest journey flies around several temples and a floating village. The aircraft flys about 100 – 110km an hour and is very quiet as it has a small enclosed motor. It also has a special propeller and two mufflers to quieten the engine.
WhereLionsRoam is a wonderful site about traveling to Africa on Safari, dedicated to places where one can see Lions in their natural state in the wild. Lion numbers have declined 80-90% since 1975. Imagine what a decline like that does to the genetic diversity of a species. If you want to help in any way, Click on Adopt a Lion.
Top 12 African Photography Blogs. After decades of photographic misrepresentation by observers from outside the continent, Africa’s photographers are today showing the world what they see through their lens and expressing their passion and creativity for the people, rich cultures, diverse wildlife and vast landscapes of Africa.
All inclusive villa program in riviera Nayarit, Mexico. Provided by Galvan Real Estate all inclusive experience does not only happen in a large impersonal hotel. Two fabulous Villas are available for you to experience a more sophisticated and Relaxing ALL INCLUSIVE Stay.
Pärnu Estonia is the Summer Capital of Estonia. It is a seaside resort city with the warmest climate in Estonia. Its location is on the southwestern part of Estonia. There are active recreation and holiday facilities, housing spas, theatre and wonderful places for staging concerts. Historical and rich vibrant Hanseatic cities during medieval period -Unspoilt nature, clean air and delightful views, photo: zannnie - 2.7.2016 @ Pärnu, Estonia. www.travelzin.com Getting there: Map of the public transport routes (12,8 MB, .pdf) Timetables Bus info: +372 447 1870; 12012 (priced) Tickets: Tickets can be bought at newsstands/R- kiosks and bigger shops and food stores or from the driver. Buying a ticket from the driver please enter at the front door; tickets are only sold at stops, not while the vehicle is moving. Tickets bought from the driver are more expensive than those bought at a newsstand. Punch your ticket right after entering at a machine located in the bus. Note that you must punch your ticket immediately upon entering. The ticket is valid one hour. Passengers traveling with false tickets or without tickets will be fined. Prices: * From trade outlets 0.64 € * From the driver 1.00 € * 10 day ticket 7.67 € * 30 day ticket 14.06 € See more: * peatus.ee - public transport timetables and map in Estonia * visitparnu.com - transportation
See Athens the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum with Easytraveller.gr. Continue to Mykonos, the island of the winds, a jet set island, world famous for its night life. Then to Santorini to see the Volcanic Islands during the Volcano Cruise and enjoy the most famous sunset from the Caldera in Fira town. Read more about great opportunities in Greece and Turkey at Easytraveller.gr.
Cíndy a Swiss girl who runs a wonderful travel blog called BELLEZAREBEL. She Graduated in 2013 with an International Marketing & Events Management Degree and have worked in this industry ever since. Her blog is a very stylish one, you can sense the touch of creativity and the strong passion for travel. Cíndy combines her obsession for travel, beauty, and celebration styling very naturally on her blog. If you want to treat yourself with something loving and sharing...I highly recommend her travel blog.
Everyone wants to see how Anne Frank lived in her last two years in that house. Everyone who visits Amsterdam. Almost.
Perhaps this particular place of interest in Holland has already been long well-known for its super long queue. The Hollanders tell you to be aware of the lines way before you get there.
Indeed it was so unbelievably long. Its queue was as far as 200 people, and counting.
It almost brings you to a shop (two streets away from the Anne Frank House/Prinsengracht) with a sign that says 'Discounted Tickets No Waiting'. Right next to it, is printed on a small piece of paper 'not for Anne Frank's House'.
It would have seemed to be so effective, I mean this signage. The words itself about 'no waiting' just contradicts the actual situation, an irony that makes it so tempting for you to get nearer into the store.
Hey, it's just a shop that sells souvenirs of Amsterdam. I supposed they do have 'discounted tickets' but not for Anne Frank's house. That's almost sure as even the 'iamsterdam tourist card' issued by their official tourism board does not entitle you to any discount at the Anne Frank's House either! Even it's also an Amsterdam Museum!!
I must admit that this 'souvenir shop' has a clever way to entirely entice tourists who are there for the Anne Frank's House museum visit.
We were one of them who wanted to see the Anne Frank's House. Slightly disappointed.
We had looked and even booked a hotel that is five minutes walk from the Anne Frank's House. So we may attempt to queue from very early morning or be one of the last few visitor to see the museum. However, this arrangement was insufficient. As one day before we arrived to Amsterdam, we tried to book online tickets for the entrance to the Anne Frank's House. It was already SOLD OUT!
It wasn't an exaggeration but I read online on a forum that these online tickets were even sold out one week ahead!!
I told Zsolt that Anne Frank's Diary was the first English book which I picked in my primary school library. (In Singapore, we were 'forced' to cultivate reading habits for about 20 minutes before our recess time. And I picked the 'Anne Frank's Dairy' for my first book.)
So we saw lots of people taking photos outside the house like this:
It also led us to the Homomonument which takes the form of three large pink triangles made of granite, set into the ground so as to form a larger triangle, on the bank of the Keizersgracht canal, near the historic Westerkerk church.
We decided to buy tickets for the Canal Bus which offers 4 fabulous Hop-on-Hop-off tours instead. Traveling along the waterways is not just romantic but this service though cost 22 Euros per person allows you unlimited use of the Red, Green, Orange and Blue Canal Bus routes.
Turned out, it was a better idea!
Besides, there was a pleasant multilingual recorded commentary on the Canal Bus (in English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish and Italian).
You can book online. Post post in 2016 July: Gessell wrote to add the following tip: "The lines for the Anne Frank House used to be super long. Recently this year they changed it so that in the mornings you can only enter if you have a reservation. I hope that helps with the lines. But it also means that you have to plan weeks in advance if you want to visit. Well worth the trouble though in my opinion. I've never been so moved by someplace as I was there. "
TravelPhoto411 is a blog dedicated to all things travel and travel photography related. The authors are frequent travelers, passionate about the seeing the sites, eating the good food and drinking the best wine that a place has to offer. I found great posts and wonderful photos especially about Italy on their blog.
Executiveglobaltours.com EGT Golf is the leading company for customized golf vacations from North America to the thrilling links courses of Ireland. They also tailor vacations to Scotland, England, & Wales, and in addition, they create bespoke trips to the hottest golf destinations in Spain, Portugal, France and Italy.
Travel Reinvented. Explore 1,000+ cities and connect with travelers around the world. The interactive map of FlyingYak lets you easily compare and filter cities based on your daily budget, favorite destination type, the cost of living, weather, nightlife, wifi, transportation, visas, & coworking.
You can share a map of your past and future travels, follow your favorite cities. On FlyingYak you also can share tips, tricks, & hotspots with fellow Yakers around the world. A cool gadget for travelers.
Colin Robinson is the owner of "Work Smart and Travel" blog. He works as a senior product manager for a manufacturer of high accuracy measuring equipment and he travels a lot. He is a million miler on two airlines and he usually gets to the top tier of my chosen hotel loyalty program within the first 2 to 3 months of each year.
He also loves technology and very often he is the first to try or buy the latest high-tech gadget or service. He uses technology in his travels to be more efficient, effective, free up his personal time and to save money. On Work Smart and Travel blog he writes about his travels and experiences, the use of technology while traveling, money-saving ideas and other tips and advice. Worth to read if you are a frequent traveler.
Travel by Broom is an amazing travel blog run by Spencer, an American guy living and working in Seoul, South Korea. He writes about various topics. Travel guides in South Eastern Asia, restaurant reviews, personal experiences and mostly about his life in Seoul.
I love the easy and funny style of the blog. Spencer makes you feel while reading that you are old friends and you just listen to his stories. Friendly, informal yet still very informative articles I found there.
"Are you looking for a meaningful luxury family trip, where you and your family can make a difference?
Look no further: you can experience a luxury family trip that blends sightseeing with hands-on philanthropic-volunteering, 100% tailor-made for you." - Hands Up Holiday
Alex and Meg are a couple from the UK who enjoy nothing more than exploring new places and having adventures all around the world! Visit their blog to read all about on their experiences in America, the Caribbean and Europe.