Isn’t it frustrating that you have tried planning for a trip to happen several times but it just didn’t? You have long wanted to visit certain places, but your plans were always canceled. The main culprit is, of course, your lack of finances to support the trip. The worst part is that you have already seen your friends going to several places, while you are still stuck at the planning stage. No worries, you just need to learn some tips on saving money for your trip. [click to continue…]
So, all packed up and in anticipation of my first trip to the USA I thought that the thing I have to be worried about the most will be the immigration check on land. However, this turned out to be the least exhausting thing. The entire energy I’ve been saving up was wasted waiting at the airport in Brussels where our flight to New York was supposed to take off from at 11:00 and took off at 16:20 instead.
You know things aren’t right when you have a “Delayed” sign on your gate board long before the boarding is even supposed to start. But I didn’t expect that out of my 6 days in New York, almost one of them will be lost at the airport. [click to continue…]
With the talks and jokes about people wanting to flee from America after the election, I think I’ve seen several articles popping up about the best places to move to. Of course, Denmark always ends up to be one of them. And there is a reason for that. In 2016, for example, Denmark topped the list of countries with the best quality of life.
Now that I’ve been rambling about my trips for quite some time, it came to a point where I feel I should/can share tips on how I plan my trips with you.
To me, it’s all about planning. Not just because it is a smart thing to do, but because the anticipation of the trip itself is already making me all excited. After all, holiday itself can go by in a blink of an eye, but the excitement that builds up before the trip is what gets you going up until you can actually complete your travel.
This is a post for all of you who live away from home, your true home where you’ve been born and raised. Every now and again you still visit, but not nearly as much as you wanted to. You miss your old room, your family dog, and your grandma’s warm soup. You keep up with the local news just to be in line with the reality, but how much are you really present? Here are 10 signs you’ve been away from home for too long![click to continue…]
Today I want to share a story of my friend, an ordinary guy from Mariupol, Ukraine who ‘made it’. Mykola Sokolov might be the guy with the best job in the world, at least in the eyes of travel blog readers or those who wish to be able to travel more. Why? In a nutshell, he actually travels full-time, 352 days a year, gets his hotels and meals covered and gets paid to do it!
Moving from country to country 2 months at a time, he gets a perfect sense of what it feels like to live and work in each of them, rather than being just a tourist or visiting on a short business trip. Hate him already? Let’s learn more about Mykola, the best job in the world and what is it really like to live a life of full-time travel. [click to continue…]
As tempting as it is to turn up to an airport and board the first plane they’ll let you on, it’s probably not the best idea for efficient travel.
You’ve got to plan your time wisely, budget carefully and book ahead to make the most out of a trip. In fact, some trips take longer to plan than their duration. So, to help you travel effectively, we’ve gathered five top tips for planning a great adventure. [click to continue…]
There are a lot of articles out there about how to travel with children. But what about us, grown up children who go on a trip with our even more mature parents? You think that is easy? I think that travel with parents also needs it’s own survival guide.
In this global world where everyone lives anywhere but home, one of the main possibilities to connect with your parents who live far away is to travel with them. In my case, I see my parents at least twice a year, with me traveling back to Ukraine and them visiting me in Denmark. [click to continue…]