The Fine Art Of Local Travel - Not every travel experience needs to be the epitome of exoticism. Sometimes work, finances, family, & other life demands necessitate staying close to home, but that doesn’t have to mean giving up on the joys of travel.
If you’re planning on making a house move, you might have to put a hold on some things you’ve been doing, such as going out with family and friends, shopping, or travelling to your favorite places. However, just because you’re conducting a move doesn’t mean you can no longer make your trips work. In fact, you and your loved ones can enjoy yourselves during a move by going on a staycation.
Travelling is a therapeutic experience that widens our perspectives, nurtures the soul, and helps us grow as individuals. Whether it’s a local staycation or travelling internationally to a land we’ve yet to see, it can be easy for our lifestyles and daily routines to get shifted.
There are so many lists of things to do in Hong Kong and frankly there are hundreds of things to keep yourself occupied in your spare time. Here is a selection of less conventional things you
Summer holidays might be going ahead for some of us (dependent on where we live) but they’re going to look very different to what we’re used to. If you’re planning a trip away this summer, here are a few suggestions for how to adapt to incorporate social distancing.
Many of us aren’t travelling abroad this year, but there are lots of ways you can enjoy travel within your own country. Here are a few ideas for how to plan an exciting staycation at a time when international travel has been placed on pause. Exploring your own country doesn’t need to be dull!
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