Great Britain should never be confused with England, as it actually encompasses that area, as well as Scotland and Wales. Thankfully, when you choose to travel to Great Britain, you are met with a plethora of sights that you would never have seen if you had simply decided to only see England or even just the city of London. Here are 7 intriguing sights that you must explore when visiting Great Britain: 1. Gilmerton Cove in Edinburgh, Scotland This cove is comprised of seven different chambers, as well as many more passages, that run completely underneath the suburb of Gilmerton. Again, there are numerous legends with this cove, including that…
Life on the road can be exhilarating. But even though you are working remotely while traveling, this lifestyle can also be exhausting, which hinders your productivity. Those 8 tips can help you, get done more and still enjoy your adventure.
History, delectable cuisine, fine wine, traditions, and popular attractions are all waiting for you when you arrive in the country of Italy. However, if you travel frequently, you may have experienced so many of those things already, and that can lead to a trip that is less than amazing.
So you have finally decided to take the step and travel solo for the first time. Or maybe you are a regular solo traveller - Congratulations! Still, there are a few things that could make solo travelling much more comfortable, and if I knew them before, I would've probably saved myself a lot of worries.
We live in a society built for couples. If you receive some show tickets as a gift, they are mostly for two. Trips and hotel bookings usually expect you to bring along a partner or friend, otherwise, you have to pay an extra fee for a single room (yeah, you pay MORE if you travel alone). In some places, you cannot go alone to a restaurant for dinner without earning some pitiful glances.