Domestic travel is taking off in the United States and people are talking about where they want to go next. Both domestically and as soon as possible, internationally. The anticipation takes me back to adventures taken to new destinations in the past, only slightly sweeter! I look forward to the time when the world is open to all travelers and we can go out, meet each other again and share the wonder that this world has to offer.
Been on safari? Now start visiting the rest of Africa.
When people from outside of Africa think of visiting the continent, their first thought is most likely a safari. It might also be their second or third thought. Once the safari box has been checked, consider returning to visit the rest of Africa. Senegal makes a great first stop when expanding your knowledge of the continent and this article offers great advice to make the most of your trip.
Getting to New Zealand’s Doubtful Sound requires a sense of adventure.
Traveling to Doubtful Sound is an adventure in itself including a ferry ride across a lake, then a drive on a bus on a remote road and finally a second ferry to take in the other worldly view of mountains and waterfalls found throughout this unforgettable fiord.
Krause Springs’ lush greenery and abundant springs are a welcome respite from Texas heat.
Traveling through Texas in the summer means keeping the heat at bay. A stop at Krause Springs in Texas Hill Country can be a welcome respite with its lush greenery, spring fed pool and swimming hole.
London’s Bethnal Green neighborhood is suddenly on everyone’s radar.
London’s Bethnal Green has a proud working class history which has survived tough times. This East End neighborhood is beginning to enjoy the attention that new interest has brought in the form of new shops, restaurants and bars which intermingle with time honored favorites.
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