Travel Stories

4 Awkward Experiences I Had While Traveling South America By Bus

One of the best ways to travel from one South American country to another or from one town to another is to take the bus. This is a logical decision, from the point of view of price and time. Howev... Read More

Crystal Clear and Aquamarine Waters

Packing my suitcase for my internship in London was a daunting task. I’m pretty particular about shoes, and I realized I would need the perfect shoes for literally every occasion, whether it was wo... Read More

Why traveling is not Instagram Worthy

“Lifejackets are under your seats, but don’t bother, they’re completely useless here.”

 

The tourist boat’s safety briefing did not fill us with confidence.

 

“The... Read More

Traveling is like love and here is why

Romeo and Juliet is an enduring tragic love story written by William Shakespeare about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately unite their feuding families. Shakespeare borrowed his p... Read More

Lorem Ipsum

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printe... Read More

How to learn the local language by immersing yourself in a foreign place

There are two ways to learn a language: study it or travel to the country where it is spoken. The latter can sometimes backfire if you are not careful. There are many people out there who found the... Read More

Travel Stereotypes – From Friendly Asians To Guns-Obsessed Americans

We’ve all heard about national stereotypes or travel stereotypes, how I like to call them. There are guns-obsessed Americans, friendly Asians, arrogant Frenchmen or lazy Greeks. And many more... Read More

Study Finds Wanderlust Is Written In Your Genes

I often wondered why some people seem to be addicted to traveling, while others can live with couple of vacations. I am somewhere in the middle, as I love traveling, but I also have to spend at lea... Read More