Do you think you can’t travel with a full-time job? Think again! This is how I managed to travel to 11 countries in one year with full-time job and on a budget. Want it too? Check how!
Eleven visited countries (including five brand new ones!), exploring England and Scotland, solo travelling, travelling as a couple, amazing people, great memories, freedom, love and happiness. But also difficult decisions, people’s bad intentions, disappointments, changes. A lot of changes. What a year!
Hidden in the mountains, surrounded by lava fields, small or big, natural or built with a little help of people – Iceland has many different types of hot pools dotted around the island.
Land of ice and fire. Active volcanoes, bubbling hot springs, immense lava fields covered with bright green moss. Black beaches, blue ice lagoons, wide glaciers flowing down the mountains. Powerful waterfalls splashing water drops, dancing northern lights making great show on the black night sky. You can see it all, and even more during one week in Iceland, and without 4×4 car. How?
Red brick houses, rich history, local Ale and sun – this is how I see England, and this was exactly how it welcomed us last weekend. In the need of city break – we booked spontaneous trip to Salisbury. This small town is mostly known as a stop on the way to the best known pre-historic monument in Europe – Stonehenge and home of the Magna Carta in Salisbury Cathedral – but it’s not only this.
Traveling is full of surprises. Just a few words by the local girl in small American town allowed us to find one of the most amazing places during our road trip around USA National Parks, and it wasn’t the Antelope Canyon.
Books, posters, movies, internet, even your Windows wallpaper – you saw it already everywhere. Grand Canyon. The great nature wonder. But how is it to actually see it in reality?
Do you want to spend the last night of the year in the special and unusual way, but you don’t know how? Do you want to learn how you can go to the best New Year’s Eve ever, while not having much in your pocket? Then read carefully.
Gentle moving and a bit of light coming through the bus windows woke me up. It was still dark outside, but the sun shyly started to show its first rays above the horizon, indicating that the dawn is close. I looked around the bus. Everyone was still asleep, stretched on the chairs, resting heads against the windows or hanging over the armrests. I’ve noticed that the road is not that easy and paved anymore. The bus was jumping on the stones, dust was coming from the wheels and there were cliffs on the sides of the road. Somewhere at the bottom you could see the river waters sparkling in the darkness. It was not the lowland anymore. We were getting closer and closer to the mighty Himalayas.
Do you want to go somewhere? Do you have any travelling dreams? Spain, China, Australia, USA? What if I tell you that if you want – just go. It’s very simple. You just need to get out of your house and go.