Travelling alone can be your own salvation, or, for some people, their worst nightmare. You need a sense of self-preservation, and you have to like your own company and have a sense of adventure. Picking where you go is another dilemma for many.
Little did I know that my visit to Tibet in 2011 would leave such indelible impressions—ultimately serving as a catalyst for me to eventually meet His Holiness the Dalai Lama (HHDL). It started innocently enough by planning an arduous, two-week,
Yes, we all throw our hands in the air, scream, shout abuse and maybe type in some scurrilous remark about the guy with the gun standing over a dead African animal when we see those dastardly photographs appear ad hoc on Facebook.
You don’t have to head halfway around the world to travel. So many people completely ignore the country that they live in when planning their travels, but there is so much to see closer to home. Need convincing? Here are 7 reasons to convince you.
Germany Unity Day is the celebration of the reunification of Germany in 1990. Held on the 3rd October each year, to commemorate the day the Treaty of Unification was signed, this is one of the most significant public holidays of the year.
Wouldn't it warm your heart and give you a fuzzy feel-good moment to know that you are able to give something back to the world's disadvantaged every time you traveled?
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