Are you avoiding below-zero temperatures and traveling to a warm-weather destination? Or, are you heading right into the storm and traveling somewhere cold to enjoy winter sports?
Wheather you are leaving from a snowy destination or headed to one, these are the essential winter air travel tips that you need to know to make sure your vacation gets off to a good start!
While there are tourist sites, museums, art galleries, and more to see on Oahu, my favourite things to do on the island involve slowing down, taking advantage of the weather and generally chilling out.
Here are 10 awesome sights, attractions, and fun things to do on Oahu — and most of them are free!
Hiking with your dog and enjoying the foliage is a fun time for the two of you. However, you need to make sure that you’re both protected while you’re exploring the wilderness.
Thankfully, there are many different options that you can choose to keep your dog tick-free whether you are on a camping trip or in your backyard.
Lisbon is one of my favourite cities in the world! Sun drenched squares, colourful architecture covered in elaborate tiles, charming locals, amazing coffee, bakeries everywhere, amazing views, and easy-to-navigate public transit — what’s not to love!?
Here’s everything you need to see, eat, and experience in Lisbon on your next trip.
There are A LOT of art galleries in Paris, and it is impossible to see them all on your first, second, or even third visit to the city.
So, I’ve put together a list of the top six galleries that you must visit based on the uniqueness of their collections, the space that the art is housed, and their location in the city. (They also all have fantastic museum shops, if you are interested in art books or unique souvenirs!)
In the heart of Beijing — through The Gate of Heavenly Peace guarded by a very large image of Mao Zedong — lies the largest and best-preserved collection of ancient buildings in China that were off-limits to the public for more than 500 years — the Forbidden City.
For hundreds of years, the ancient Khmer rulers put all of their time, and a lot of resources, into filling the jungle with impressive temples that were the seat of power.
When the kingdom at Angkor finally fell near the end of the 16th century, the temples were deserted, and since then have become completely engulfed by the lush, green jungle.
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Did you know that vertigo is one of the primary symptoms of an inner ear infection? Find out more about the other symptoms and treatment options while traveling here.