Christmas has snuck up on us yet again, and it’s time to start searching for those perfect gifts your family deserves. Christmas markets are a great way to discover unique presents your loved ones are sure to cherish for years to come.
Our favourite novels allow us to escape into another world. Our imaginations allow us to create a picture of what the story’s setting may look like. There are times, however, when authors choose real life places as the settings for their stories, places we can therefore actually visit.
There are many ways to experience animals up close and personal without harming or alarming them, so in celebration of World Animal Day, we are pleased to highlight our top picks for responsible wildlife experiences around the globe.
Long before they were recognised as popular tourist spots, street markets across the world have brought together communities to buy and sell their goods. More than just a place to trade material good, they are places where ideas are exchanged along with the sharing of cultures. As retail stores come and go, these seem to have stood the test of time.
With such a wide range of cultures clustered into one area, Europe is an incredible destination to experience different food and traditions. We may not all speak the same words but we share the same beautiful language of gastronomy. Food has a way of bringing people together no matter their culture, religion, or background.
Halloween, it’s a time of overindulging on sweets and showcasing our not so innocent side. What was once a more religious themed holiday has turned into a massive commercialised enterprise in the United States. Long gone are the days of its association with All Souls Day and All Saints Day where saints and the souls of Christians who died were honoured.
The world’s wonders have become exceedingly accessible in recent years, which is definitely a plus for travel lovers. However, the downfall is that as destinations become available to the masses, they tend to lose their magic and mystery.