It is around this time of year that many families start to think about their next vacation. While you should ensure that your trip is fun and full of memories, you can also make it a learning experience, and there is nothing better than teaching
Spending time outdoors isn’t anything new, but as the world has dramatically changed over the past year it seems that more of us are spending our free time on long, challenging hikes. Many of us are currently only allowed outside once a day for exercise – so it makes sense to take full advantage of this and make the most of our time outdoors. For many people, enjoying longer and more challenging walks has led to a keen interest in hiking. Not only are long walks good for our physical health but being among nature and spending time walking in the great outdoors can work wonders for our mental health, helping to boost creativity, relieve stress and even make us happier. When frequent travel becomes possible once again, how can we incorporate our new love of hiking into our future travels?
The Nordic way of life is envied all around the world with Norway, Sweden and Denmark regularly topping lists of best work-life balance and happiness. But did you know that you can also draw inspiration for how to travel from the natives of this region? If you’re interested in the Scandinavian way of life, here are a few ideas for how you can translate their philosophies to the way that you travel.
If you are managing to travel at the moment, within your own country or to a location that is accessible via a travel bridge, you’re probably experiencing a different type of holiday than you are used to.
Whether it's the whizz of a line flying through the air in that oh-so-perfect cast, or the adrenalin rush when you try to land that fighting fish; fishing for some is a lifetime passion. The bonus – it might be dinner if the fish doesn't spit out the hook. From chasing marlin to hooking a barramundi, wading in water to get that silver salmon or hunting down a feisty tigerfish, fishing is one of life's simple pleasures.
Just because you can’t go on holiday at the moment doesn’t mean you have to completely forfeit your summer fun. Here are six ways that you can enjoy your summer at home, adapting parts of the travel experience to work for you in your own home.
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