Why not just travel?

Travel is a fun activity. We all love traveling. We travel to various places to get away from our fast and busy lives. Everyone is tired of everyday monotone life. We all travel to enjoy and refresh ourselves. Travel is important to everyone. It helps to reduce tension and makes people happy. People get new experiences and knowledge from traveling. Some people like to travel to the group while others like to travel alone. Traveling in the group gives us a sense of security and safety. Travel alone gives a sense of freedom.

Mostly we do not encounter a problem when we are in urban areas. The problem begins as we move from the route. No one can predict when a problem arises. Comes when he wants to. Problems can differ from places we go. The journey is uncertain whether it may or may not arise during the journey. It is therefore better to take precautionary measures before traveling. We should always travel with family, friends, colleagues, etc. We may not find a travel partner for any trip. If traveling with a travel partner is not possible, it is better to travel with a guide or search for any other travel writer.

Travel alone can create different problems such as:

1. We can attack wild animals when we travel alone by dense forests. If we travel with a group or with a travel partner, there is less chance of attacking us. In case they attack us, help will help us. But if we travel alone, no one will be there for help. That's why it's better to travel with a passenger companion.

2nd We can have serious health problems such as acute mountain illness, HACE, HAPE, etc. When we travel to high altitude (when we go for trekking and hiking).

3rd Serious injury can lead to death.

4th We may be stuck in some dangerous problems.

5. We can lose our way.

6th In some places of local rebellion we can kidnap as captives,

7. We can get robbed, etc.

8. Hospitals may not be available in off-routes, and smaller health problems can become fatal. If nobody cares.

The movie 127 hours (based on the true story of Aaron Lee Ralston) directed by Danny Boyle also insists the traveler not to travel alone. Aron is a survivor of an accident on the canyons. He entered a crack in Southeast Utah. His hand was stuck in the rock. Then he tried to pull out his right hand but could not. With a twin knife, he cut off his right forearm to release him from the rock. He was captured there for five days and seven o'clock. He should not cut his forearm if he went on a journey with another. So, we always need to inform our family member and friends on their way. We always need a passenger partner. It's an inspirational real story. Everyone should look after him.

Never ever travel alone.



Source by Ram Gautam

 Traveling in Mexico: Eating Inexpensively in Oaxaca

If you're seriously watching your pesos but want to try some authentic, good local fare, a tasty option would have to have a Oaxaca style meal at any of the many popular, family-owned and operated food stands in one of the Main Market buildings, which serve HUGE Oaxacea meal plus juice or drink for 30 pesos or so. They will be more than happy to explain the selections available (but only in Spanish). By all means do try a local drink made from slightly fermented, uncooked rice seasoned with spices called "Ochata", it's creamy white, thick and absolutely delicious! Here are more options for satisfying the cravings of the barrel:

RESTAURANTS AND EATERIES:

El Meson Restaurant – Taqueria (All-You-Can-Eat Buffet)
Address: around the corner from the zocalo at Hidalgo No. 805
Phone: 515 – 2729

A popular eatery of Oaxaceños that features an all-you-can-eat breakfast or dinner buffet for $ 3.50. A selection of local dishes and specialties along with an assortment of fruit and vegetable platters, including desserts, are yours to exclusively sample. It's a good way to know some of the local staples.

Restaurant Las Mañanitas

Address: Rayon No. 221 at the corner of Fiallo [across the street from Pochcalli Institute]
Phone: 514-2868

A simple, quiet little place that serves tasty, inexpensive local fare. Service is fast and friendly. They'll even take the time to explain any new or unfamiliar items on the menu.

Restaurante El Amigo

Address: 20 de Noviembre between Hidalgo and Independencia

You just can not get any cheaper than this! At El Amigo, the charcoal-roasted chicken dinner for just $ 7 (seven dollars) includes a whole roast chicken, salad or cole slaw, sky-high stack of steaming corn tortillas, rice pilaf, soft drinks all around, and a selection of salsas and picantes. The atmosphere is plain, but the food is good and definitely filling enough. It's a good late night spot right in the market district.

Casa de Cartera (The House of the Guelaguetza)

Address: Murgia No. 102
Phone: 514 – 7585, 514 – 4603

You may just want to splurge a bit and try this elegant restaurant-bar which features a dazzling show in the style of Oaxaca's annual Guelaguetza festival in July . Now platters are Oaxaceña style meals. Their colorful, musical shows start around 8:30 pm nightly. Call for reservations.

Hacienda San Agustin

Address: Km. 2 Carretera to San Agustin Yatareni
Phone: 517 – 6477
e-mail: hdasagus@oax1.telmex.net.mx

Another great family spot for Oaxaceños is the Hacienda San Agustin. Not on the "tourist track" since it's out of the zocalo, the Hacienda offers a huge all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner buffet of typical Mexican and Oaxacea dishes, charcoal-grilled meats and sausages, mole, exotic fruits and desserts, beers and other alcoholic drinks including excellent samples of local mescals, with more food, drinks and selection than you could possibly manage in a week. All this at the manageable price of 40 to 50 pesos – most definitely worth the price. Some afternoons and evenings there's live entertainment too.

A Final Note on Cheap Eats

Another option is a really low-cost but excellent meal at a "Rosticentro". These are open-air barbeque establishments which will sell you a whole roast chicken with salad, potatoes, salsa and, of course, a stack of warm corn tortillas for two people, all for the paltry sum of $ 4.50 – that's right, four dollars and fifty cents! I still have not figured out how they make any money off that one. Apparently they do however, because the joint is jumping from morning till late. They're all around town but a good one to try is at Mina No. 1. 108 – 3 in the market district. Just look for the smoke from the grill or follow your nose. Pick up some soft drinks from the supermarket across the street on the corner for 6 pesos (about $ 0.60) each and you'll be all set.

Buying Mescal

La Perla de Matatlan
Address: 6a. de JP Garcia and Mina
Phone: 4 – 09 – 79
Hours: Monday through Saturday 10am to 6pm

Sunday 10am to 2pm

"La Perla" store with virtually every square inch of available space crammed with bottles of mescal in a staggering variety of quantities and prices. If you want the lowdown on how mescal is produced, from the Maguay plant to the bottle, they'll be more than happy to give you the whole story – all three hours worth! (but only in Spanish) As this is the main product of the region, and one of which can justly be proud, you just got to buy a bottle or two while you're in the region. Which kind to buy? Do not worry; they give free samples to help you "decide". Extra worms are available just a few steps away in the city's main market building.

Good luck.



Source by Larry M. Lynch

6 Perfect keeping tips for traveling with jewelry

Do you travel somewhere hot for the fun of the sun this winter? Or maybe snowy slopes call your name. Regardless of your destination, the jewelry you bring may be the most valuable item you pack, so you need to pay more attention to your travel planning.

first First, decide which jewelry you will actually carry at your destination. That special four-ring ring that you carry on special events? Probably not. An entertaining cultured pearl yellow that goes with just about every dress … of course.

2nd Make a list of the jewelery you are using. Bring a copy with you, save it separately from the jewelery bag and leave a copy at home. Some insurance companies even suggest photographing your jewelry or recording your special items on your video camera.

3rd If you go, pack the jewelery in the carrying bag, never checked in luggage where it will be a terrific temptation for security windows. Or, wear jewelry on the day of travel, provided that they are not large enough to be able to launch safety gear. For added security, slide the pendant inside the shirt or sweater that you wear or rotate the ring so that only the plain bar shows. If you travel by train or car, put the jewelery in a bag that you carry personally in restaurants, resorts or apartments. And keep it with you at all times. Do not leave jewelry in the car or the case without supervision. Also, do not let hotel staff handle your bag … and potentially help with your bling.

5. In your apartment or resort, store jewelry in your room safe when you do not wear it.

6th Make sure your jewelry is properly secured and your insurance policy covers wherever you travel.

A lost diamond or gemstone can really put a silencer on your many anticipated breaks. Keep in mind that while you are on a winter break, your precious things are safe and sound. Happy Trips!



Source by Jessica VandenHouten

Decreasing Stress by Hiring Limousines For Traveling Long Distances

Cars have become an important part of human life; Nowadays it is impossible to think anything without the role of cars involved with it. People need cars in each and every work they do; traveling long distances, short trips, attending parties, meetings and more. But there are certain disadvantages too; when you travel for long periods of time with friends or family, you get exhausted driving the car for such long periods. When you reach the desired location, you get too much tired and can not enjoy with others. The best option to prevent such situations is to hire a car for taking you to the place you want to go. But not just any car can give you proper comfort all through the way.

A number of car rental companies have grown up in the United States and the Longmont limousine is one such company that provides luxurious limousine for hiring. When you hire a limousine for long distance travel, you do not have to take any kind of responsibility. Just make a reservation to any such limo rental company like the Longmont limousine and make preparations at your house. The chauffeur driven limo will arrive at your house at the right time and take you to your destined location. While traveling you can enjoy the full limit with your friends, you do not have to take the trouble of driving.

Apart from the leisure trips, when you attend any important official meeting in any other city you can hire limos from the Longmont limo company. As you know, that traveling long distances in very stressful and leave you totally exhausted after you reach the destination. If you have to drive for long hours to attend a meeting, you can not give your optimum performance in the meeting. But if you hire a limo, the chauffeur driven limousine will pick you up at the right time and take you to your destination. While traveling you can take rest or even prepare for the meeting that you are going to attend. Moreover, traveling through a limousine provided by the Longmont limo car rental company will give you adequate comfort throughout your journey.

The punctuality of the chauffeurs of the Longmont limousine company is noticeable. They arrive at your house at the exact time that you have told them, calculate the total time that they will take to drop you at your destination and take you to the destination. If you are from Denver, you are really lucky to get the services of the Longmont limousine company all throughout the year. But, if you are not from the boulder county, you can search for other car rental companies that can provide you with excellent limousine services. The limousine services have become popular all over the United States, most people hire limos for their trips.



Source by Son White Jemes

 14 Ways to Make Traveling With Disability Easier

If you travel with a disability, handicap, physical limitation, mobility limitation, or development disability, have special needs, or use an electric wheelchair or handicap scooter, it's a good idea to learn as much as you can make disabled travel easier.

Or if you're a mature traveler or senior who is a slow walker or just wants a slower pace, becoming more informed about disabled travel services and disability travel resources, will less anxiety than often companions handicapped travelers.

The following travel tips, resources and information for the disabled will help make trips, tours, holidays and vacations a lot easier for you, or for a child with a disability, whether short-term or long-term.

first Plan your trip well in advance! Do you need to order extra supplements, medications or renew prescriptions, fix eyeglasses or change prescriptions, get a physical, have dental work done, have your wheelchair fixed or tuned up, etc.?

2nd If possible, always book your travel through an agency that specializes in helping people with disabilities. This is important because specialized travel agents and tour operators are experienced and can save you some awful heads.

They offer a lot of good tips and a wide range of services for the handicapped traveler. Among other things, they can arrange for: wheelchair accessible at the airport, wheelchair accessible hotel room, wheelchair rental, lift-equipped access van, full van, minivan, RV, handicap scooter, or any other handicap vehicle.

Travel agents for disabled people can help arrange access transportation, help plan the best available cruises, cruise lines and cruising tips, arrange travel insurance and take special care needs.

Agents can check with hotels for: interior and exterior door widths to accommodate your wheelchair, ADA-approved handicap bath tubs, grab bars, or roll-in showers. Just tell them your needs.

Travel Agents can help you find cheap airfare, cheap flights, cheap flights, cheap travel deals, cheap travel deals and cheap travel of all kinds.

3rd Besides taking along your travel agent's phone number, you'll also want to take with you the phone numbers for the travel agencies that specialize in disabled travel at your destination, in case you can not reach your own agent .

These travel agents may know how to solve problems that come up with regard to your hotel, car or van rentals, etc., even if you did not order your tickets through them.

4th When traveling to another city, check out the local health and medical associations before you go. For example, get the phone numbers for the local MS chapter if you have MS. These organizations can be great resources.

They usually know what museums, restaurants, theaters and other local facilities are wheelchair accessible and where you can get oxygen, emergency supplies or medical assistance. They may be able to help you with any problems that arise.

5. If you plan to rent a handicap scooter, wheelchair, electric wheelchair, handicap van, full van, mini-van, RV or other vehicle in another city, do not wait until you get there. Make all the arrangements before you leave on your trip.

Make sure you ask any specifics like, there are tie-downs, ramps, or hoists, etc. Check on what's up, RV, car or auto insurance you'll need before you go.

6th Do not leave anything to chance. If you can, double check all the arrangements your travel agent makes. Call the airlines, hotels, scooters, wheelchairs, car, RV or van rental companies, medical equipment rental companies, etc., and verify the specifics, especially if you are traveling in a wheelchair or have any other special needs like oxygen .

This is important if you have not used the agent before.

7th If you need oxygen or any other special medical equipment, call the airlines and suppliers well in advance of your trip. Do not wait until the last minute. Start calling them as soon as you know you're going to be traveling or taking a trip.

Then double check with your travel agent and the airline at least three to four days before your flight.

8th Arrive early at the airport. It's better to wait around than miss your plane. This will eliminate some of the pre-trip anxiety you may feel and make for more leisurely travel. This seems like common knowledge but many people still arrive at the gate just in the nick of time.

With all that's going on in the world today there are many reasons why you want to spend more time at the airport.

9th In your airplane carry-on bag, you can keep copies of prescriptions for your medications and eyeglasses, extra eyeglasses, sunglasses, all your medications and supplements, and a list of your doctor, dentist and other health professionals with their addresses and phone numbers.

Includes your doctor's fax number for prescriptions in case you lose your medications. Keep duplicate copies of these in your luggage and at home by the phone. Know where your medical records are kept.

10th When you travel, and for any other time too, if you take medications, learn their names and exactly what they're for you do not know. People come to the emergency room all the time and do not know what medications they are taking. You might be surprised to find out that most people say 'little yellow pill' or & quot; white capsule & # 39 ;, etc.

Emergency workers need to know what you're taking so they do not give you medication that would interact negatively with it, overdose you or somehow interfere with their treatment and your recovery.

11th If you're traveling by air, tell the flight attendees when you board, of any medical problems you may encounter on your flight. Note the location of the nearest restroom before getting sorted. Tell the flight attendant if you think you'll need help getting it during the flight.

You may need or want an aisle seat for easy access to the restrooms. Discuss seating with your travel agent.

12th If you need someone to travel with you, ask your travel agent for ideas or suggestions. Call the local chapters of medical associations and ask if they can recommend a travel assistant or travel companion to help or accompany you.

There are national companies that offer traveling nurses, traveling companions or travel assistants to accompany disabled travelers or people with serious medical issues.

13th Make sure to take with you: any medical cards, Medicare cards, discount cards, car or car rental discount cards, auto insurance policy numbers and agent's phone number, passport, American Express Travelers Checks, debit cards, credit cards, and driver licenses. Photocopy everything.

Keep photocopies in your luggage and at home by the phone or someplace where someone has access to it in case you need it.

14th Read everything you can about traveling with a disability. Read disabled travel books, access guides, accessible guidebooks, disabled travel articles and travel publications for the disabled traveler. Read the personal travel experiences of wheelchair users and others who have traveled with disabilities. Be informed.

These travel tips, information, resources, and services for the disabled should help you, or anyone with a disability, handicap, physical limitation, or who uses a wheelchair, have an easier, more pleasant, anxiety-free, free trip, tour, holiday or vacation.



Source by Helen Hecker

Vacation in vacation

Have you ever wondered what the difference between travel and vacation? These two things look pretty similar, but I think there is a big difference. I think when someone really travels, he experiences a whole new culture that does not only live in a week-long resort. When I say that I experience a whole new culture, I mean to really experience the places, the sounds, the taste of people, all the things that make culture what it is. I think this is the real essence of traveling. How much culture can honestly experience if you just go for a week and spend time together in the hotel. I always complain when I hear people talking about the awful vacation they have taken or about their planning for taking. Not that I would not take vacation, it's not the same as the trip. Do not misunderstand me that I will never dismiss the holiday, but I would love to have someone let me go. I think vacation time is more time to relax and try to charge the battery where the journey can physically take and work. Let's look at some of the things that make the journey so different from the annual vacation.

For me the journey can be an exciting experience, but it can also be exhausting both mentally and physically. I think that first of all the thing that makes the trip so unique and surprising is the fact that you have experienced a totally different culture. I mean, is there something exciting and then experiencing a new culture? I especially love the new people you can meet while traveling. In most foreign countries, local residents will go honeymoon to a full-fledged foreigner. Of course, not every culture is like this, and there are actually some places you can actually see. Another thing I really love to visit a new culture is food, of course I'm a total food drug, so maybe you do not like food as I do. While some people are disappointed with the thought of eating something I can not even recognize, I absolutely love the idea of ​​urinating culture through food. I think America would be America without apple pie? Absolutely not! So, just as America would not be America without apple pie India would not be India without Naan. So, the next time you travel, try some of the local foods. So, apart from the unique people and the unique food, there are a few other things that are great in relation to the journey compared to vacation.

Some people use their trip as a kind of time-consuming time and if that's what you want to do, the trip is definitely a great way to do it. People have been known to go around world travel for more than two years trying to understand better and often people come back knowing what they want to do with their lives or at least have a better idea. Likewise, when you live out of your backpack or suitcase with naked basics, you are inclined to understand what you think is really important in life. Nothing will make you understand the beauty of sunset as if you do not have a TV.

Another thing you can do while traveling overseas, which will throw you into culture and feel good about yourself, volunteering. Now there are many organizations that make you volunteer abroad, and often it is a ridiculous reward. So, my advice is that if you want to volunteer somewhere, and you are already at the destination, just ask. There are many different organizations in foreign countries, especially in developing countries, who would like to have you as a volunteer, and you will not even pay for it.

We have now looked at a few things that make a real trip and how to really throw yourself into culture, see how vacation is no different from traveling.

To show how vacation and travel are different, I'll use a vacation in Mexico and travel to Mexico. First, if someone goes to Mexico for vacation, he would probably go to a tourist town like Cancun. It's not that I'm dealing with Cancun I just say it's likely. That means you already have a bad position to learn about the culture because you have probably stayed at a resort that was only tailored to your needs. If you are traveling, you would probably have chosen a smaller tourist destination and you would probably find some kind of budget accommodation in the hostel. By simply staying in the hostel you can get in touch with the right local residents who are not just there to cheat you. Also, the resort will often have American food adapted to its American customers. This completely destroys the notion of experiencing new culture through food. On the other hand, if you are staying in a non-tourist part of the country you can experience the right local food, maybe even go to a real Mexican restaurant. Also, if you stay at the resort, you will only experience a summer resort, and when you leave, you will not even have the slightest idea of ​​what local residents live. Besides, you will not learn anything about the new culture and I must say that learning about new cultures is one of the main reasons why I love traveling so much. So, all in all, vacation and travel share some similarities, but there are two completely different ways to experience culture. In fact, when you are on vacation, you can not truly experience what is true culture. So what would you rather go for a vacation or go to travel?



Source by Dallas Rhinehart

Traveling With Special Circumstances

In the National Lampoon Vacation, everything that can go wrong to Chevy Chase does. The hotel is not as described in the brochure, the car is too small and the amusement park is closed; the list could go on. With the introduction of the Internet into the average American home, planning vacations has become easier than ever. Incidentally, when vacationing we all have special circumstances, including children, pets, disabilities or medical requirements.

These are the answers to some frequently asked travel questions and tips to remember when traveling with special circumstances.

. Flying has become one of the most common forms of travel, but as airlines get bigger they need to accommodate a larger number of people and their demands.

Flying With Children . Always inform the airline you are traveling with children when you by your tickets. Reservations for infants and children under 2 can not be made on most online travel sites. You need to contact the airline directly.

    • Newborns . Most airlines will not allow a child under seven days old to travel on any plane.
    • Small Children . If children are young they will also require a doctor's permission slip. There are usually two options when traveling with small children, lap or buy a seat. If the child is less than 2 years old they can sit in your lap for domestic flights. Most airlines do not charge for lap children. However, if you feel more comfortable, you can buy a seat and place the child in an FAA approved restraint. Buying a ticket for these children is usually discounted substantially and most car seats are approved. Double check the airline for FAA requirements. All international flights require children to be in restraints.

Unaccompanied Minors . It's not uncommon for children to fly alone. Many are seasoned travelers bouncing between parents, friends or relatives. Most airlines will take responsibly minors for a fee. The cost is usually between $ 50 and $ 100 depending on the airline. Additionally, the age requirements may differ. For most, children between the ages of 5 and 7 are only allowed on direct flights. Children between 8 and 14 can fly on connecting flights. The age when children are not required an escort depends on the airline. For example, Delta requires all children under the age of 14 to have an escort while with United, children over 12 is optional.

Pets . Many airlines accommodate animals of different sizes. You can take them as carry-on, checked as baggage or shipped. Some states require a health certificate. It is suggested to have all veterinary paper work available including shots. Always call the airline or check their website before booking your ticket. Some are more restrictive than others.

Most animals must be 8 to 12-week old to fly. The American Veterinary Medical Association suggests not to sedate cats and dogs. This may affect their natural equilibrium and cause injury. Many of these tips and suggestions are for domestic flights in the 48 continental United States. International restrictions and fares may vary.

    • Carry-on . Carry on pets must be small enough to fit into a kennel under the seat in front of you. There is usually a fee of about $ 50 to $ 100 per animal. Most airlines only accept cats and dogs. Delta will also accept birds, ferrets, rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs while SouthWest does not accept pets of any kind.
    • Checked Baggage . Larger warm-blooded mammals and birds are usually checked as baggage. Animals must be in comfortable kennels and are taken at the check-in counter and retrieved in baggage claim. They are safely placed under a plane in a pressurized and heated compartment. There is usually a $ 100 charge for checking your animal. Sometimes it is more difficult for baggage handlers to get your pet to your connecting flight. When booking your flight, remember to give yourself one or three hour layover.
    • Air Cargo . Many airlines have cargo services. This is for those pets shipping to friends or family without their owner. Rates depend on the size and destination of the animal. Check your carrier's website for more details. Always include identification tags with your address and phone number as well as the address and phone number of the person receiving the animal. Additionally, do not put a leash or muzzle on the animal, this may cause a choking hazard.

Disabilities . All airlines are dedicated to making everyone's travel comfortable. Most airlines are wheelchair accessible and willing to work with people with all kinds of disabilities. Always inform the airline if you or your loved one has special needs before departure.

Many airlines can provide Braille safety cards, captioned safety videos, individual safety briefings, onboard wheelchairs and more. Guide dogs are usually accepted as checked baggage and do not require a fee. Many airlines will also accommodate those with food allergies or related diseases such as diabetes.

Hotels and Cars . Always contact your hotel or rental company to make special arrangements for lodging and transportation. Most hotels and car companies will try to accommodate you in all ways.

If you plan to take the family dog ​​on holiday with you, keep a few things at your fingertips when booking your hotel. lodging. Although the hotel can accept pets, ask them where they stay, in the room or in a hotel kennel. Also, find out if the hotel offers walking services.

For small children, most hotels can provide a playpen or crib for them to sleep in. If you are sightseeing all day, you do not want your poor pup stuck in the room needing to visit the grassy knoll across the street. Many car rental companies can also provide car seats and additional child restraints.

Cruises . Pets are not aloud on most cruise liners; however, children are. Most cruises provide several forms of entertainment for children while at sea.

    If you decide to cruise with children, always look into the liner's child services before booking a room.

    • Children and Young Adults . There are usually several free, child-friendly activities previously planned by the cruise liner to keep kids and young adults busy. Activities include arts and crafts, movies, games and children friendly pools.
    • Children under Two . Sometimes the cruise liner will have teen dances and teen specialized activities. Children under 2 years old are not eligible for activities. However, most liners offer babysitting services from around $ 6 to $ 10 an hour.
    • Disabilities . Many cruise liners try to accommodate those with disabilities to the best of their ability. All floors have high ceilings and are wheelchair accessible. Those in wheelchairs, requiring oxygen tanks or health requirements usually board and disembark before the general public.

Traveling in today's day and age can be a tricky business.

Traveling in today's day and age can be a tricky business. There are so many circumstances to take into account. Always remember airlines, hotels, car rentals and cruises are ultimately in the hospitality business. They understand there are special circumstances and all are fully trained to accommodate you and your loved ones.



Source by Erin Monaghan

 The Pros and Cons of Traveling Around

Traveling itself is a complete experience that can not be described in mere words and when you have been experiencing a delightful life while traveling the most amazing cities around the world, you know what it feels like becoming a nomad. The spectacular world of traveling consists of many emotions and experiences and like anything else in the world, traveling alone has both pros and cons. So, here we are, bringing you the best of experiences to you and giving you both the pros and cons of traveling around the world that will give you a perfect picture of what a traveler goes through while exploring different hues of the world:

Pros:

Exploring the Real History

Traveling is a wonderful way to explore and understand the history and heritage of cities and civilizations around the world without any filter or discrimination. The human heritage is immense and there is no way you can learn it all by staying at home or going through a bunch of books. Thus, traveling poses you to know a lot about the history of different civilizations with many examples and tangible remains.

Cons:

Difficulties in Accessibility

As you go to these remote places that are rich in history and are ancient like in Athens and Cambodia, you have to go through a lot that enterprises poor roads, less phone networks, limited supplies of food and drinkable water, unknown factors, lots of time and much more that is something that make many people. Thus, when it comes to exploring the real history and visiting the historical sites, you have to face some difficulties in accessibilities.

Pros:

Gourmet Delight

There are many people who love to travel just because it gives them the chance to taste some of the most delicious and authentic dishes from various cultures and gastronomies. With every culture, you get to taste something different and unique where some of the dishes are really bizarre whereas some are extremely popular. Thus, it is a wonderful experience that loves to experiment when it comes to food.

Cons:

Dietary Problems

There are many people who have their diet-related problems such as vegetarians or people who are on certain types of food due to some health related issues. For these sort of people, it is hard to find something suitable while traveling to different places and give them some trouble to find some good food at a reasonable price. Here, if you are on a specific type of diet, it is highly unquestionably that you will find traveling as amusing as other people do.

Pros:

Visiting your dream destination

Many of us have our elders who have shared some great stories, just say civil war or Vietnam Wars and how they were the heroes of the time. These stories may have given you the dream of visiting these places where they cherished those priceless memories and you are some of the most important experiences of life. Thus, traveling worldwide gives you the perfect opportunity to witness your favorite place and offer you the inspiration you seek in your life.

Cons:

Travel Documents Issues

There are many cities that do not offer visa at arrival or have difficult procedures to follow with specific criteria to get the visa and approval to travel to certain cities and parts of the world . Also, in case, you get some special flight deals for a certain period on a very last moment, you will not be able to use them as these many places require some pre-approval on travel documents, vaccinations and much more. Thus, immediate planning and hard visa procedures make it difficult for international travel.

Pros:

Exploring the Wonder of the World

There are many star cities around the world like London, Paris, New York, Cairo, Milan, Agra, following and thousands of people have these names in their travel bucket list. Traveling abroad gives them all a perfect opportunity to live their dreams and take-off the names of these destinations from their travel bucket list with a magnetic array of experiences and delights that are impossible to find elsewhere.

Cons:

Cost of Traveling

Traveling to international destinations especially for those who have been visited frequently through the year by tourists is really hard on tight budget and can make you spend a fortune on airfares, hotel accommodations , sightseeing, activities and more. So, traveling abroad is a costly experience if you are not good at getting your hands on some awesome and affordable travel deals that can help you save a fortune on flight tickets and other travel related expenses.

Conclusion

Traveling is one of the most spellbinding and enthralling experiences in the world and regardless of what pros and cons many people have been experiencing, there is something much more than the discomfort that one has to face during their trip. So, if you have the zeal of traveling and overlooking some small issues that will not be bothering that much during your voyage, then you are all right to go and explore some of the most amazing cities. All you need is to pack your bags up and board international flights to your favorite destination and get ready for an incredibly indulging learning, remarkable experiences and stimulating journey that will expound you with the beautiful truth of life.



Source by Rajni Devi

Traveling Around The World In 80 Days

If you're planning a round trip but do not know where to start, sometimes you just need a little inspiration to get those ideas flowing.

From London, why not start your round trip to India for a two-week Golden Triangle and Varanasi experience. You can wander through the spice bazaars and the silk markets of Jaipur, take a sunrise tour of the Taj Mahal and then travel by overnight train to Varanasi. The train journey, by itself, will be something that stays with you forever. Varanasi sits along the banks of the River Ganges, and pilgrims wash and sing gently on the ghats (stone staircases leading down to the water) from dawn till dusk.

Next, let your round trip take you from Delhi to Bangkok to explore both the north and the south of Thailand. Stay in a floating hut on the River Kwai, try an elephant trekking and bamboo rafting near Chiang Mai, take a sunset to the Ayutthaya temples and take some tropical island hopping to Ko Samui

The next stop could be Vietnam, where you can stroll along the blossom-lined boulevards of Old Hanoi, sleep aboard a traditional Chinese junk boat in Halong Bay, try a cookery lesson in Hoi An, crawl through the eerie Cu Chi Tunnels near Ho Chi Minh City sail through the Mekong Delta

After that, why not carry on traveling around the world with a stop in Singapore, where you can enjoy the bright lights of this truly Asian city for a few days before departing for a whole new continent – Australia

The Australia section of your round trip would begin in Cairns, a great base for visiting Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation and the Great Barrier Reef. It's a good idea to spend a couple of days in a quirky central hotel before picking up a campervan. Spaceship Campervans also complete with a large double bed, gas cooker, fridge freezer, water tank, cooking utensils, MP3 / CD player and a mounted screen for watching DVDs in bed!

On your way to Cairns to Sydney, you can snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef, soak up the tropical atmosphere on the Magnetic Island, go sailing in the stunning Whitsundays, explore Frasier Island, try surfing in Byron Bay, take a horseback ride through the forests and waterfalls of Mackay and even see a goat rodeo! Finally, you'll reach stunning Sydney, where you'll spend two nights before your round the world adventure continues. Sydney is a brilliant city with great restaurants, beautiful beaches, the famous harbor, and of course the Opera House.

Next, you can leave Australia and head for South America world flight will take you to Santiago in Chile, where you can spot condors in Colca Canyon, try some Lake Titicaca island hopping, and take a two-day trip to Machu Picchu

Finally, if you go for this kind of round the world itinerary, you'll fly home to the UK after traveling around the world in 80 days.



Source by Bryony Holland

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