Some people are perfectly happy to remain static in their careers. They find themselves a job that they enjoy fresh out of school or college and work their way up the career ladder until they retire. Granted, the current lie of the economic land is becoming increasingly prohibitive of this, especially in an era of corporate wage suppression where the pay never quite covers the cost of living and opportunities seem few and far between… but it still happens. Some are perfectly happy to spend their working lives under fluorescent lights working 9 to 5 and getting by one day at a time… But you’ve already sampled that life and you know yourself well enough to know that it’s not for you.
When you go on vacation, one of the hardest and priciest parts to arrange will always be the accommodation. Finding somewhere to stay for a short period won’t be easy, and booking in will be its own challenge if you’re going somewhere with a different primary language. Of course, though, using someone else’s place isn’t the only option to have. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring the differences between buying and borrowing in the world of vacation property, giving you an idea of where best to spend your money.
Living in Europe comes with a lot of advantages. Travel-wise, it is pretty easy and cheap to go around. Although it is highly doable by bringing our own vehicle, traveling by public transport is the most convenient, economic and ecological way to go to.
Australia has always been known to be among the most expensive countries in the world. In fact, it’s most popular city, Sydney is ranked 10th most expensive city in the whole world. So, why even visit if it costs you an arm? Well, there are still loads of things you can do around here that’s not gonna cost your life savings such as those offers on things to do at Groupon. It’s only a matter of a few compromises and keeping an eye on some freebies which are equally worthwhile.
I have a knack for festivals. I believe that they are a great way to experience local traditions and culture. Attending festivals is also a great chance to meet locals and tourists alike. Nomadic people like me will never run out of choices as there are remarkable festivals all over the world celebrated throughout the year.
The most common excuse for not being able to travel is not having enough money. Of course, how else are you going to pay for the flights, accommodations, and attractions without any money? I completely get that however, if you really serious about traveling the world, you will have to take the first few steps TODAY.
Nowadays, when people think about going camping, they often expect some amenities such as showers, toilets, and pods with electrical hookups. The true essence of camping is slowly getting neglected as people prefer urban living than wild adventures.
Within the last decade, it has been estimated that a massive 1.7 billion people live off-grid worldwide. Interest is clearly growing in communities that are completely self-sufficient. Particularly as areas that need to rely on foreign gas imports do not have a definite future supply, as political relations deteriorate and place a strain on links to energy supplies.
Lately, my husband and I have been enjoying our sweet life in beautiful suites and exclusive floor access to luxury hotels around the world. Perhaps, it’s time we try out VIP clubbing as well.
Scuba diving in Komodo National Park may be one of the wildest dreams any diver can have. I have met a lot of divers that have told wonderful stories about Komodo with so much zest and intensity. Finally, the time came that I dragged myself to the paradise for divers.