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  • FlyOver Iceland Review

    Lady’s FlyOver Iceland Review

    Today I want to bring you an advertising feature in partnership with Pursuit about FlyOver Iceland in Reykjavik. This immersive flight ride takes passengers on an epic tour of the country’s natural and urban landscapes. It’s a great way to see more of Iceland’s dramatic scenery than most people ever see. FlyOver Iceland I’m in […] More

  • Wander Women Koh Tao Recaps Part I: Coming Home

    Wander Women Koh Tao Recaps Part I: Coming Home

    Where we’re at: I’m time-traveling back to finally recap 2020, including this Wander Women Retreat in Koh Tao in March. This post is Part I of III. We’re re-launching this retreat in 2023 as a Learn To Dive Retreat! Learn more here. (While originally scheduled for 2022, the omicron outbreak forced us to postpone until […] More

  • Top Christmas Events and Activities in San Diego • The Blonde Abroad

    Top Christmas Events and Activities in San Diego • The Blonde Abroad

    From mulled wine by the fire to ice skating under the stars, there’s nothing better than being home for the holidays. Now that I’m based in San Diego full-time, I’ve fully embraced the seasonal vibes. I’m ready to hang the mistletoe as soon as I take off my Halloween costume! While we might not see […] More

  • Best Tent for Canoe Camping

    When considering what is needed for the overnight stay after a day of canoeing, you need to decide what matters to you when camping and canoeing. If you are looking to make lots of ground in your canoeing trip and you need to travel with speed, then you will probably need a camping solution that […] More

  • Sports Curses

    Sports Curses

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript What do a goat, Babe Ruth, a witch doctor, the city of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, and a Japanese statue of Colonel Sanders all have in common?  They are all supposedly responsible for curses placed upon […] More

  • 16 New Things to Do in Singapore — January 2022

    16 New Things to Do in Singapore — January 2022

    Starting the new year right! 2022 is starting on a high note with a huge line-up of exciting events this month!  Singapore Art Week is returning for its 10th run this year, Gardens by the Bay has beautiful spring blossom displays and you can now climb up a 54-metre clock tower! Besides the new array of […] More

  • Places to see in Yercaud

    Places to see in Yercaud

    Imagine that you stumble upon a dense forest, filled with streams, surrounded by misty mountains and you suddenly become nostalgic as it reminds you of a home, far away. You immediately end up owning the place and settling down here. The story of Yercaud is no different. Discovered by David Cockburn, the Scottish Governor of […] More

  • Digital Nomad Guide to Living in Bariloche

    Digital Nomad Guide to Living in Bariloche

    In this complete guide, you’ll learn what it’s like living in Bariloche, Argentina as a digital nomad.  Located in the Lake District of Patagonia on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi, Bariloche (full name, San Carlos de Bariloche) has always been a popular destination for domestic travellers, South American visitors, and those coming from further […] More

  • 10 Places to Visit in Maui (That Aren’t Lahaina)  • The Blonde Abroad

    10 Places to Visit in Maui (That Aren’t Lahaina)  • The Blonde Abroad

    Famous around the globe for its truly dazzlingly natural beauty, Hawaii is probably already on your travel bucket list. And, it’s a place I get a lot of questions about! We’ve talked about deciding on the best Hawaiian island to visit, but that’s just the beginning. Each island is a treasure chest of wonders. Maui […] More

  • 12 of the Best Idaho Hot Springs in 2022 (and Where to Find Them)

    12 of the Best Idaho Hot Springs in 2022 (and Where to Find Them)

    <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> I have a secret that only locals and a few well-informed tourists know: Idaho is stunning and chock full of enchanting hot springs. After soaking in the hot springs in Sun Valley a couple of years ago I vowed to return and see more […] More

  • Prime Number

    Prime Numbers

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Prime numbers are considered to be the building blocks of mathematics. Every natural number can be broken down into the constituent prime numbers that make it up. Prime numbers have been known since antiquity […] More

  • The Mandarin Class and Chinese Imperial Exams

    The Mandarin Class and Chinese Imperial Exams

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript In the year 607, the Emperor Yang of the Sui dynasty implemented a reform whereby a series of exams would be administered throughout the empire to create a bureaucratic elite that would administer the […] More

  • The GypsyNesters | Glacier National Park in the Winter

    The GypsyNesters | Glacier National Park in the Winter

    Amtrak’s Empire Builder travels along the southern edge of Glacier National Park and is an amazing way to see it in the winter, but we wanted to venture in a little deeper. So we rented a car and drove through Hungry Horse to the western entrance of the park and the famous Going To The […] More

  • Local Adventurer » Travel Adventures in Las Vegas + World Wide

    Best Things to Do in Vegas in February 2022 + What to Pack + More

    Average Temp in Las Vegas in January: high of 66° F, low of 33° F Rainfall: 0.7 inches Humidity: 40% Believe it or not, the weather is not hot year-round in Las Vegas. Although it’s very mild compared to what our friends get in the northeast, it’s still cold, especially after the sun goes down. […] More

  • 15+ best places to travel in february in usa

    15 Best Places to Visit in February USA Edition 2022 » Local Adventurer

    Looking for the best places to visit in February in the USA? These are the places you want to travel to this month, whether you’re looking for winter adventures, special events, or escaping the cold. Winter adventures are in full swing, and it’s time to start tackling your winter travel bucket list. Original Source link More

  • Proof of Covid Booster Will Soon Be Required to Visit Hawaii

    Proof of Covid Booster Will Soon Be Required to Visit Hawaii

    After simplifying Covid-related entry requirements a few days ago, Hawaii has complicated things a bit once more.   Governor David Ige has confirmed that in order for a visitor to be considered fully vaccinated against Covid-19, a booster shot will soon be expected. Under Hawaii’s Safe Travels program, visitors who are not fully vaccinated must complete […] More

  • People in line at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

    The 10 Worst Airports in the U.S.

    The U.S. has some of the world’s worst airports by any measure. Here are the most terrible terminals by flight delays, security wait times, customer satisfaction surveys, expert reviews, and other factors. Original Source link More

  • The Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands

    The Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript In the aftermath of World War II, the newly formed United Nations placed a group of Pacific Islands into a trusteeship that was to be administered by the United States.  After several decades, that […] More

  • Panilongon Quincentennial Landmark in Dumaguete

    Dumaguete tops Quincentennial marker tilt

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – The City of Dumaguete topped the recently-concluded competition for the Best Site Development of Quincentennial Historical Markers in observance of the 500th anniversary of the Philippine Part of the First Circumnavigation of the World. Panilongon Quincentennial Landmark in Dumaguete Dubbed Panilongon Landmark, the marker’s landscape is inspired by the […] More

  • Cebu Pacific Travel Advisory #9 Flexible Options for Passengers Affected by “No Vaccination, No Ride” Policy 

    Cebu Pacific Travel Advisory #9 Flexible Options for Passengers Affected by “No Vaccination, No Ride” Policy 

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) –  Cebu Pacific will offer its passengers affected by the “No Vaccination, No Ride” flexible options as the airline complies with and supports the government’s order to limit public transportation access to vaccinated individuals in the National Capital Region (NCR) while the area remains under Alert Level 3 or higher. […] More

  • Millennial Resorts feature the Cocoons and Club Laiya

    Millennial Resorts Achieve the First and Prestigious EDGE Certification for Resort Hospitality in the Philippines

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) –  Millennial Resorts achieved the very first EDGE (Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies) Certification for a resort hospitality project in the country, with its Crusoe Cabins at CaSoBe in Calatagan, Batangas. The EDGE Certification was awarded by Philippine Green Building Initiative, Inc. (PGBI) which recognized Crusoe Cabins for […] More

  • The 12 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Arizona

    The 12 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Arizona

    From the legendary Havasupai Reservation to the depths of the Grand Canyon and over to enchanting Sedona, Arizona is a treasure trove of gorgeous waterfalls. The otherwise arid landscape might make it sound unlikely that Arizona has such abundant waterfalls, but thanks to flowing rivers and rocky cliffs, you’ll find plenty. Some of these are […] More

  • North Coast 500 campsite guide - Kylesku bridge sunrise

    North Coast 500 Campsites and Glamping Sites Guide & Directory

    We have travelled Scotland’s North Coast 500 route numerous times in all conditions. It’s a spectacular route with epic scenery and a lot to see and do along the way. One of the more popular ways to experience the route, especially in summer, is to camp. This might be in a tent, a motorhome, or […] More

  • *Phuket Sandbox*- Full guide, rules & regulations ( Jan 2022)

    *Phuket Sandbox*- Full guide, rules & regulations ( Jan 2022)

    The good news is that Thailand is open for international tourism. Since July 1st, Phuket reopened carefully to vaccinated tourists under the Phuket Sandbox project. Thanks to the Phuket Sandbox scheme fully vaccinated travellers do not need to do quarantine but they must stay in Phuket for at least 7 nights and after that they […] More

  • Rare Earth Elements

    Rare Earth Elements

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Modern society is completely dependent on a set of technologies that include computer chips, fiber optic cables, lasers, video screens, electric motors, and batteries.  All of those things are dependent on a small category […] More

  • How to Get Proof of Recovery from Covid-19 for Travel

    How to Get Proof of Recovery from Covid-19 for Travel

    Here’s a good reason to hold onto your positive Covid-19 test results: For several months after you’ve recovered from the virus, those positive results can be your key to resuming international travel. Because those who have been infected with Covid-19 are unlikely to catch it again for at least six months (according to the Centers […] More

  • TOP 6 LIST: Best 10 Person Tent in 2022

    Camping in a large 10 man tent is a great way to create a sense of community spirit and comfort. When you are in a strange space there is something nice about hearing the gentle breathing of those around you or being able to sit in a large group and tell stories late into the […] More

  • Indian Visa Guide

    Indian Visa Guide -Top Things to Know Before Applying

    Are you ready to embark on a journey of a lifetime and tick the ultimate travel destination off your list? India is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, a country everyone should experience at least once. Before you book your ticket and pack your bags, you must first find out what […] More

  • best places to visit in paris

    11 Best Places to Visit in Paris France » Local Adventurer

    We enjoyed our stay at Hotel Eiffel Segur. It’s close to 2 convenient metro stations and within walking distance to the Eiffel Tower. We also liked getting our daily croissant and coffee from a local bakery (Maison Landemaine Cambronne), steps away from our hotel. It’s also within walking distance to great restaurants, including Le Camélia. […] More

  • The Ultimate Guide to Naxos, Greece • The Blonde Abroad

    The Ultimate Guide to Naxos, Greece • The Blonde Abroad

    The largest of the Cyclades islands, Naxos tends to be more of a “hidden gem” when it comes to Greek Islands. Santorini and Mykonos make nearly every list (and for good reason), but because Naxos is lesser-known, it’s far less crowded. And that’s 100% fine by me when looking for a beach to lounge on! […] More

  • How to Book a Flight That Won't Get Canceled

    How to Book a Flight That Won’t Get Canceled

    The answer to the headline is easy: Use the Tooth Fairy or Santa Claus as your travel agent. The truth is there’s always the chance that a flight will be cancelled. We’re seeing extreme weather patterns in this era of climate change, and the airline industry has a propensity for staffing shortages. But it’s also true […] More

  • Safety Apps and Websites for Women Traveling Solo

    Safety Apps and Websites for Women Traveling Solo

    Many people find solo travel uniquely rewarding, whether they’re looking for freedom, adventure, the chance to connect with others, or the chance to set their own itineraries unencumbered by the wishes of traveling companions who spend way too much time poring over the array of refrigerator magnets at souvenir stands.  With the benefits of independence, […] More

  • The Acadian Expulsion

    The Acadian Expulsion

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Beginning in the 16th century, French settlers crossed the Atlantic to settle in a French colony located in the new world. That colony wasn’t modern-day Quebec, however. The colony was known as Acadia.  When […] More

  • Acqua Sanctuary - Blind Shower Therapy

    New Year, New You – Holistic Detoxification Program at the Farm

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – There will always come a time that we go through this path of contemplating and changing our mindset to look into our lifestyle to achieve a healthy mind and body. No matter the age – young or old, everyone can be susceptible to an unhealthy lifestyle and this is […] More

  • The Rise of Wellness Tourism - Medical Pavillion at the Farm

    The Rise of Wellness Tourism

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – The pandemic brought the biggest dip in modern history, forcing individuals to adapt to major lifestyle changes while the world shifts its focus to taking preventive health measures so that people will not get infected by COVID. People have started to look for ways to help improve their physical […] More

  • Immuno Cell Renewal

    The Farm at San Benito offers Immune Support and Post-Covid Recovery Programs

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – The surge in the number of Covid positive infected people following the recent holiday gatherings has once again turned our focus back to a healthy lifestyle and well-being. Nearing its 3rd year of existence and with the new Omicron variant being rampant, it just shows that this pandemic is […] More

  • Cebu Pacific Booster FA

    Cebu Pacific speeds up booster shots for staff to combat COVID surge 

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – Cebu Pacific, the Philippines’ leading airline, steps up its efforts to protect everyJuan amidst the COVID-19 surge through the rollout of booster vaccination for its employees. The CEB/JG Covid Protect Booster Vaccination Program is open to all employees regardless of the source of the primary series, whether from […] More

  • A Magical World of Wizards and Witches in Tagaytay, Philippines

    Check out these Wonderfully Wizardly Airbnb Stays

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – Rejoicing fans everywhere recently celebrated the magic of The Boy Who Lived when the famous book and film series celebrated its twentieth anniversary. Let’s face it: a part of us will always wish we too had received an acceptance letter to attend the world’s most famous school of […] More

  • How the Pandemic Changed My Perspective on Life

    How the Pandemic Changed My Perspective on Life

    One morning, I stood at the beach, soaking up the warm winter sun after a refreshing swim. Every few moments, a wave would roll in and pull away the sand from under my feet, no matter how tightly I tried to hold on to it. Gradually, I conceded to the waves and stopped resisting. I […] More

  • Arches National Park Adopts Timed Ticketing: Rules & Loopholes

    Arches National Park Adopts Timed Ticketing: Rules & Loopholes

    One of the many changes the pandemic brought to society was the widespread introduction of reservations for admission at nearly every kind of tourism spot, from museums to national parks. The practice reached its peak in 2020, when facilities needed to thin out the number of people onsite at any given time because, in those […] More

  • Sunrise in Mexico

    Well Hello There, Old Friends

    Hi. Remember me? Gosh, when I started blogging in 2009, I don’t think I ever could have pictured writing this — tapping the mic to see if it’s still on; my first blog post back after an unplanned nine month hiatus. I’m actually physically cringing as I type that. Where does the time go? Warning: […] More

  • A Solo Female Traveler's Guide to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

    A Solo Female Traveler’s Guide to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

    Have you ever wondered what it takes to become “the world’s best city”? Even more, have you thought about what city that might be? Barcelona, Spain? Berlin, Germany? Actually, according to Travel and Leisure‘s 2021 Best Cities in the World list, it’s San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. I’m here to show you why I think […] More

  • Cebu Pacific Travel Advisory

    Cebu Pacific Travel Advisory #7 Flexible Options for Domestic and International Flights until January 23, 2022

    Cebu Pacific continues to manage the impact of COVID-19 on its workforce with employees who are either sick or under home quarantine. Due to this, flight delays and on-the-spot cancellations remain a possibility given the uncertainty of the situation. Cebu Pacific Flexible Options As such, CEB extends flexible options for all its passengers with domestic […] More

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