Category Archives: Travel

Searching for a Life-Changing Travel Experience? These 7 Tips Can Help

20th September 2021

Have you ever dreamed of taking a travel experience that would change your life? It might seem like an impossible feat, but don’t give up! There are many things you can do to make travel more affordable and accessible. This article will discuss seven different travel tips for finding the perfect travel experience for you.

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Traveling as a Vegan: Up & Coming Destinations

19th September 2021

Traveling as a vegan is certainly more challenging than for those who don’t have dietary restrictions. But if you’re not an especially fussy eater, there is almost always something to eat on your vegan travels. It might not be exciting, and sometimes that’s OK. Sure, it’s better to have choices but that’s the trade-off one makes while traveling as a vegan. Because of this challenge, many vegan travelers now regularly choose destinations to visit based on their vegan-friendliness and range in the choice of types of food.

Getting Away On A Surf Trip? Here Are 7 Things To Prepare

17th September 2021

A surf trip is what you may need for this summer’s holidays. Spending time at the beach with the people you love, playing with the waves, surfing on your favorite board, and getting warm sunshine can make your trip highly refreshing and the most memorable one. Even though surfing is a highly complex sport and requires proper training before you own the waves, once you learn this sport, no other water sport will appeal to you in the way surf trips do. In contrast, if you are a professional, you will know how entertaining it is to ride the waves in the ocean; it’s more likely the balance of your board and the weather that decides how the wind flows the waves. However, before you leave for the trip, you should know about the essential equipment and mandatory accessories for the journey. Here are seven things that you need to take care of before heading for your surf trip.

Making The Most Out Of Your Athens Trip With This Detailed Travel Guide

16th September 2021

Athens is one of the largest and most ancient cities in Europe. The city is very rich historically and with the number of places that you need to visit and see, it can be quite a challenging trip. Athens has countless ancient architecture; from the abundant sightseeing to the joyous long walks and the mouth-watering street food, this city has a lot to offer to its visitors. As we all know, Athens is the capital of Greece, it is also historically recognized as the Cradle of Western Civilization and the Birthplace of Democracy. Getting the chance to visit a city like Athens, occupied with temples, statues of deities, and ancient ruins are a marvel that will keep you wondering how on earth this city has been there for over 3400 years. If you want to make the most out of your trip to Athens, read through our detailed travel guide.

Yoga Retreat 2021: My Top Pick Around the World

18th August 2021

Since I get asked this question on the regular, I thought presenting you with this yoga retreat 2021 roundup was a good idea. And also, boy don’t we all need a bit of hope for traveling opportunities these days! So this is a collection of the best yoga retreats 2021 that I have either been visiting or have been dreaming of visiting. You’ll find retreats for all budgets — from luxury yoga retreats abroad to more affordable yoga retreats near me and you — because that may well be as far as we can go – for now.

Yoga Teacher Training Retreats 2021: my Recommendations

22nd July 2021

Have you become so passionate and dedicated about yoga that you now wish to turn your passion into a career by considering yoga teacher training retreats 2021 courses? I can’t blame you — been there, done that. I did my yoga certification retreat in India, back in 2015, and although I took a different path after and did not end up teaching, it was truly a transformative experience. I highly recommend anyone to take a yoga teacher training abroad as well as doing a silent retreat at least once in their life!

The best hotels in Berlin

12th July 2021

It’s no secret that Berlin has been my main squeeze for a few years now. Aside from the relatively harsh Winters, I love everything about Berlin. But depending on who you ask, you may find it can be an intimidating place, especially if visiting alone and trying to figure out what the best hotels in Berlin are for a weekend in Berlin. I came to know Berlin as the city where people went to KitKat Club naked and that was way before the city turned me into a bit of a slightly crazy person — so I was kinda wondering WTF was gonna happen there.

Cover yo’ ass! Best digital nomad insurance

11th July 2021

Unless you’re some bionic supernatural human, most likely you’ve encountered some unlucky circumstances in your life. While I wish all of a safe trip — whether it’s for one week or one year, the reality is that bad things happen, to all of us. Have I ever told you the story of my butthole abscess in Thailand? No? Well… Let’s leave it at that. You already know too much. Let’s just say I’m glad I had some form of digital nomad insurance then!

The Best Surf Camp for All Levels

8th July 2021

There’s really nothing like a surf camp. Spending your days at an oceanside paradise, hitting the waves, relaxing in the sun, then winding down with a yoga class or bbq on the beach with other travellers.

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Surf camps are dedicated beach resorts that offer inclusive surf lessons, coaching and equipment rental. If you’re a complete beginner, a surfing camp is a great place to get started under the guidance of qualified instructors, while those with more experience can benefit from professional tips and spending time practising with other surfers. A surfing camp’s mission is to help you improve your surfing ability as much as possible, while still finding time to relax and enjoy yourself.

From Chania Beaches to Loutro: My Crete itinerary

30th June 2021

I picked the island of Crete a little randomly — the flights were cheap, I needed a holiday, it wasn’t awfully far from Berlin, the Chania weather sounded like just what I needed, the gazillion Chania beaches were just the ticket, this little town called Loutro seemed too good to be true, and a Chania car rental cost peanuts. It do be a done deal, I thought. My friend Olga and I decided to wing it a little, flew right into Chania, decided on a cheap Chania airport car rental company, picked one of many affordable Chania hotels for the first three nights, and off we went on a whim.