Kilimanjaro is one of the most adorable topographical features in Africa. It lies right on the border between Kenya and Tanzania. This Mountain has a splendid view enhanced by the snow cap on its very peak. You will see different vegetation types as you ascend towards the peak, including the famous bamboo forest. The different… Continue reading Kilimanjaro – Hike 5,895m to the Top!
As you know by now, 2020 cancelled all of our travel plans in terms of travelling abroad. So I’m going to share my experience with caravan holidays in the UK coastal destination that me and my family have been visiting over the years called Clacton-On-Sea. Out of the various caravan sites in Clacton, we particularly… Continue reading A Diamond-Plus Caravan Vacation, Is It Worth It?
Has travelling alone ever been in your bucket checklist? If sure, then discover your good vacation spot within the USA amongst the plethora of touristic locations it presents. Selecting the highest locations to journey solo appears to be tough, however we’ve bought you coated. Head out on your hassle-free enthralling journey to those 11 greatest… Continue reading 11 Greatest Locations to Journey Solo in USA
The Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile, is the world’s largest triumphal arch. It forms the backdrop for an remarkable urban collection in Paris. The monument surmounts the hill of Chaillot at the center of a star-shaped configuration of 12 radiating avenues. It is the pinnacle of a vista seen the length of the Champs Elysées… Continue reading Arch Of Triumph – Paris
As well-known, there are so many ways to kill a rat. However, certain ways are more effective than others—at not only killing the dreaded rodents but their entire family, if not clan. In the same measure, while there are many ways through which one can shade off weight to their desirable size, some ways are… Continue reading 5 Adventures That Will Help You Lose Weight
The Pyrenees is a 500 kilometer long mountain range that forms a natural border between Spain and the Iberian Peninsula to the south, and France and central Europe to the north. The tiny independent nation of Andorra is located on the Pyrenees. The Pyrenees lush forests, lofty waterfalls, great mountain passes and snow covered slopes… Continue reading Skiing in the Pyrenees
Alsace is a region in France that has changed hands several times between the French and Germans. In 925, it was part of Germany and remained so for close to 800 years. In the mid 17th century, Alsace would return to French hands before returning to German control in 1871. Following the First World War,… Continue reading From Germany to Alsace by bike
The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino contains everything listed in its name, and a great deal more. Once upon a time on its site stood the legendary Sands Hotel. But Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack were long departed from the scene by the time the venerated structure was demolished to make way for The Venetian.… Continue reading Las Vegas – The Venetian
Whatever you call it either gorilla trekking or tracking,it’s one of those really thrilling, lifetime experiences you should take time for before you leave planet earth. Gorillas in Uganda are tracked in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Bwindi impenetrable national park has eighteen habituated families thus it can host 80 persons… Continue reading Where to Go Gorilla Trekking
‘Around the World in 80 Days’ by Jules Verne is probably the most read travel novel of all time. It certainly is one of the earliest and still is one of the most successful ones as well. Even today roughly 140 years after first being published in France the book is great fun to read… Continue reading Around The World In 80 Days