It seems like a huge fear in America: being alone. It’s not uncomfortable after all. Travelling alone is similarly scary, but reaps huge rewards. So whether you’re a teen or someone searching for the best places to retire, here’s why you should branch out and try travelling alone:
Know and Grow
People love to say that people never change—but that’s simply untrue, especially as we go through different life stages. You could be a shy youth and a firebrand senior citizen across your life—but only if you allow yourself the space to grow away from others, and their ideas of what you should be. Read more
When you are doing hotel booking while traveling, there are two options that you can follow. The first one is skim on the accommodation cost by selecting hostels and other alternatives. The second option is to go all out by booking five star hotels.
Booking a hotel will always depend on the perspective on the customer. There are those who wanted it cheap, while others want it to be really grand yet affordable. Here are some of the tips that will let you maximize your vacation without really staying away with high quality accommodation: Read more
Have you ever eaten at a local’s house when travelling? Then we would like your contribution to our research.
We are a taking the Master in Tourism at the Aalborg University Copenhagen and for our semester project we decided to explore Collaborative Consumption, focusing on dinner sharing platforms, using Copenhagen as our case study. Our aim is to understand what motivates people to join this kind of activity, how the interaction during the meal unfolds and how do people evaluate the experience. Read more
“No, think at a bigger scale. You live on a beautiful planet called Earth.”
“I knew that.”
“But have you ever took the time to actually see your planet; see where you live? If aliens would like to visit your planet, what marketing strategy would you use in order to convince them to come on Earth and not on Jupiter?”
The following video can be a good starting point. Don’t you think?