In all the years that people have been travelling suitcases have stayed pretty much the same. Okay not really, they have developed wheels and extendable handles and they are rightly made of tougher material than we had many years ago. The concept of travel and the ability to travel now sees millions and millions of people taking a trip somewhere at any time. If you stand at the luggage carousel at an airport, you don’t see a lot of innovative suitcases doing the circuit. Most people, including me, think that the suitcase is simply to hold all your clothes, a few necessary items you will need on the trip, and be reasonably secure. Continue reading Not any Old Bag
I’ve come to the conclusion that travelling around the world would be a darn sight more difficult if we didn’t have apps. I can’t imagine how it was done years and years ago when technology meant that you had to ring the airline or go and visit your local travel agent. There used to be a commercial on television and radio about the yellow pages telling you to let your fingers do the walking. How many local telephone calls and overseas calls would you need to have made to have planned a trip to another country? Continue reading Travel with Apps
It is hard to take a perfect photo and most people end up taking a vacation photo with some objects that they did not plan to be in the photo. Removing unwanted object from your vacation photo is no longer a difficult task as modern photo editor software like Movavi Photo Editor allows you to make all the unwanted objects for example power lines, date stamp or text disappear in the photo by simply marking the unwanted object and clicking the erase button. You no longer have to rely on the clone stamp tool which will take hours for you to erase away the unwanted object.
Hіѕtоrісаl fashion photos саn create a mіxеd rеасtіоn dереndіng оn the individual. Fоr thоѕе who аrе іn thе рhоtоѕ, thеу may fееl a ѕlіght tіngе оf embarrassment if they wеrе subjected tо a trеnd thаt later became a major fashion fаux-раѕ. Continue reading A ‘Short’ History