Happy New Year’s everyone! May you all have an amazing 2017, make all your wishes come true and see at least 2 new places in this big and fantastic world.
Sticking to a good diet is difficult at the best of times, and when you’re traveling, it becomes even harder. Your sleep schedule takes a hit, your grooming regime goes out the window and the less said about your diet the better.
That’s because traveling and holidays remove focus from our everyday lives, and make us less concerned about them. I’m sure you don’t give a damn about your diet when you’re soaking up the sun rays, but this isn’t good. You will have to return home one day, so would you rather do it with a few extra pounds or not?
Load up in the morning
Traveling and backpacking can be an unforgettable experience. But it’s important to make sure that it’s not unforgettable for the wrong reasons! If you fail to follow a country’s customs and etiquette, you could end up embarrassing the locals and other travelers. Not only this, but you can also embarrass yourself. The worst case scenario could see you being escorted out of famous sights or areas of religious significance. Want to make sure your behavior doesn’t offend? Here are five top etiquette tips to help you on your way. Read more
Relationships are a pain in your bottom. When you are in a couple you complain about the things you don’t like about your partner and when you are single you wish you had something to complain about. And when it comes to dating a new person, going out with someone addicted to traveling is out of your list of options. But maybe you should reconsider. Maybe there are a few reasons why falling in love with a person who travels is not only a good idea but also recommended.