It’s not very often you find yourself meeting a person who doesn’t like to travel. A person might not enjoy some of the things associated with traveling like sitting in cramped quarters on an airplane for hours at a time, or eating airport food that is overpriced and subpar, but when you start talking about the stunning sights and mouth watering food that traveling affords people, most are quick to jump on the train and rave about how much they desire to get out and see the world.
I’d really like to believe that although I’ve now been to more places in the world than most people will ever be, I’m only just getting started with my global travels. It’s a lot of fun and can be very frustrating at times, but meeting other like-minded travellers only serves to add fuel to the fire. Topics which popularly come up are those concerning where one is coming from and where you’re going after departing your current destination, as well as what you do for money since travelling isn’t cheap. Interestingly enough, there are a lot more digital workers who are actually earning money as so-called digital nomads and they engage in all manner of ways through which to earn the cash, not least of which is simply freelancing and delivering the completed work digitally. Continue reading Gifting Yourself the Best Odds of Winning
People come to Utah for sport, food, drinks, and to spend quality time with family. You could easily travel to Midway and find things to do at random but it’s better to have a plan to make the most of time. Those who come with kids or just want to see something special, head to Midway Ice Castle.
Summer is the perfect time to plan a camping trip and whether you’re planning to go away with family or with friends, here are some things to keep in mind so that you can really make the most out of your weekend. Continue reading How to make the most of your weekend camping trip
As the holidays approach, one of the most heated dinner conversations has nothing to do with politics or religion. It doesn’t even necessarily hint at who will win the Stanley Cup. Oh, no. As many Canadian households know, the dreaded conversations often surround which is better: skiing or snowboarding. There is always someone on either side of the debate, and if you’re lucky enough not to have cranberries in your hair at the end of the discussion, pat yourself on the back. But still, inquiring minds want to know: how do they compare and which sport is best?