Spring Break will undoubtedly be one of the most memorable vacations you take during your tenure at school. Think about it, you are hanging out with your best friends, there isn’t a professor in sight and your books are hundreds, if not thousands of miles away, how can it not be fun? Drinking (responsibly), partying, clubbing, meeting new people while away from home and school and creating lasting memories is what makes up Spring Break. However, not to be a buzzkill, you need a plan in order to survive. Listen to these 7 tips and learn to get through your once in a lifetime (until next year) trip.
You planned your romantic trip together for so long, build it up in your mind, but now that you’re here it seems like all you can do is fight. Sounds familiar? Apparently, it happens to the best of us. Even though it is supposed to be your time to unwind together, travelling has a lot of stressful moments to it. Add the fact that you and your significant other spend all of your time together – literally 24/7 - and that you may not see eye to eye when it comes to the way you want to spend your days vacationing, and you have a recipe for disaster. How to deal with it? Is there no hope? Fear not, we’ve got you covered.
It seems like everyone nowadays has a blog, or a vlog, or a channel, or whatever. If you are remotely interesting or talented, or even if you are just a fun and bubbly person, you should shout it out to the world. Assuming you are reading these lines, you probably like to travel. Maybe you’ve been toying with this idea for a while now – “Hey, I like travelling, I go to cool places, I have nice pics, I have interesting stories, maybe I should start a blog?”. If this is something that passes your mind, or even if this is the first time the idea sounds appealing to you, here are our finest tips on how to become a travel blogger.
How often when travelling we wish there was a way to capture all the beauty around us, and bring it back with us? A gorgeous sunset, a delightful vista, an interesting cultural ritual or just the vibrant colors of the spice market – all fade a little and lose something in the process when shooting with your iPhone. You shrug in sadness, telling yourself that you’re not a pro and that’s just how thing go. The good news is you don’t have to be a pro in order to get more from your pictures. If you maintain some key principles when taking a picture, you can have pictures that will show your friends and family back home the exact color of the water, and the exact scope of that building or shrine. Here are all the tips, straight from the experts.
To tip or not to tip? That is always the question when we travel to a new place. Not knowing the local etiquette regarding tipping leave even the most experienced traveler with a bit of an off feeling. What if I tip in a country that find tips offensive? What if I won’t tip enough and come across as cheap? Fear not! We come to the rescue with this easy to use tipping guide. Service is not included.
The worst part about wanderlust is being labeled as a ‘basic tourist’. That means making those easy to avoid mistakes that tons of people make. Hopefully for your upcoming trip these 7 easy to follow things to do will help you upgrade yourself from basic to advanced!
Whether you are first timers when it comes to the snowy slopes or experienced snowboarders with a major record, you probably know that skiing is an expensive hobby. High-end resorts, costly equipment and pricey lift passes are just some of the expenses that are part of your desired white vacation. Well, we haven’t found a Genie that can make all our wishes come true (yet!), but we do have some tips for you on how to save major buck on your next winter trip. Sit tight!