Have you ever thought about going to Antarctica? What would you do there if you would go? Glaciers, icebergs, penguins, white white white… something breathtaking. Many of...
Cairns, Australia is a hot destination for travellers and vacationers seeking some of the world's most incredible beaches - and though Cairns is surrounded by the warm turquoise waters of the Coral Sea, which hosts the world's wonder of the Great Barrier Reef, there are plenty of other things to do when you just don't feel like swimming. Some of the experiences offered away from the beach can be very worthwhile as well, so when you're tired of swimming, consider these alternative on-land activities. The 5 Best Things to Do in Cairns When You Don’t Feel like Swimming.
Many of the best bars in Melbourne are intimate watering holes tucked away in the shadows of side streets or nestled on the rooftops of businesses. These hidden gems may be difficult to find, but navigating the maze of streets and asking for directions from nearby residents will be worth the trouble when the weary traveler is rewarded with some of the best drinks available in the city. Here are some of the top bars kept secret in the streets of Melbourne.
My wife and I worried about keeping the kids occupied and happy during these times, as we assumed we wouldn’t have phone signal or 3G connectivity. We brainstormed for a couple weeks thinking of all the activities we could do without electronics or internet, so here were a few of the our ideas when staying in a cabin.
The small island of Boracay, located off the coast of Manila. From some of the most unique scuba experiences in Southeast Asia to beachside massages that will rival spas of LA, the island of Boracay has the potential of being one of the best vacations you will ever take.
Gibraltar, an island situated off the southern coast of Spain, has an entire network of limestone caves just waiting to be investigated. Find out more about this fascinating geological spectacle.
The pleasant temperatures of Norfolk Island make it a popular destination for tourists. With temperatures consistently in the mid-60s to 70s all year round, this tropical South Pacific island provides a place to escape the cold regardless of where you live the rest of the year.
We visited Darwin (Northern Territory, Australia) at the end of September. It was nice to escape rainy cold Melbourne for 3 days and get at least sun baths - we thought :-D The first day we decided to dedicate to the city itself. You know, the standard stuff - have a look, get a feeling of it, etc.
There are enough sights in Melbourne to keep visitors busy for months, but if you are pressed for time, it is possible to see much of the city in only a day.
Vanuatu - a tropical island escape in the South Pacific. "The friendliest place in the world" is quite a difficult title to live up to, but the locals of Vanuatu seem to do it with ease.