Can a vacation make you a better person? Well, of course, that depends on how you focus on the vacation. A ‘vacation’ is simply a term used to attribute traveling in a convenient format with time limitations. However, the aspect of travel is not something that can be adequately described in a brochure, or even the best sales pitch of your travel representative. The virtues and benefits you take away from traveling are yours to experience, and sometimes, yes, they can culminate in a better you. Here’s how…
Travel will broaden your mind. This is important to think about. Often we can get into a routine of going to work, coming home, working out, watching television or Netflix and sleeping. Rinse and repeat all year, until we gain a two-week vacation to lay on a beach and maybe read a novel. We’re not suggesting that your schedule is bad it’s just that your mind could be fed in such a superior way. Because travel can open your mind to new ways of thinking, new people, new events, new things to experience. There could be a whole hidden side of you that you have yet to experience, just waiting to get out. You could be the best salsa dancer in the world. You’ll never know unless you try.
Force To Communicate
When out of your comfort zone in this way, you are forced to communicate with people around you whom you might not have otherwise met. Many people find that the language barrier can be a problem, but we’d suggest it’s simply a fun challenge. To do this will help you find similarities and wonder in the people around the world you otherwise would not interface with. You’ll find humor, goodwill and openness in most people you meet. Then you’ll realize that no matter how many sensational tabloid news articles you read, that the world is much more harmonious than you might think.
There is nothing quite like a family adventure. Each adventure is the chance to build memories together, to see each other laugh and smile and share in the moments that will live long in each of your memories. Family adventures are those unique experiences that manage to bring you closer together no matter how far they take you away from home. They are the mementos that will grace your home’s walls forever, spark conversations and put a grin on your face during tough times.
Oh, yeah, there really is nothing quite like a family adventure, which is why we’ve pulled together a list of adventures that you and your family should try and plan because they will build memories like no other.
When the year began, I knew that I wanted to travel more but I had not idea we’d start so soon. In February, we took our first trip; we packed up and headed to New York! While, I realize this was nearly two months ago, I still wanted to share my experience with you. Especially because I know that as the weather warms up NYC is a destination that many people consider.
I have wanted to visit New York for as long as I can remember. And I’ve had a list of things to do; the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, etc. I honestly didn’t have many expectations, but part of me thought it would be like in the movies.
Interestingly enough, New York reminded me a lot of Europe, from the weather to the architecture. Yet it was such a unique city and like no other I have visited before. We spent four days there as a family and though the weather wasn’t too friendly we had fun each day. Keep scrolling to see what we did in NYC and see if you could add these to your itinerary.
Day One: Times Square + Empire State Building
Our first stop was Time Square because it is a must while in New York. Also, because our hotel was nearby. And being there, among so many tourist who traveled as far as we did to see this magical city gave us all kinds of feels. We saw all the screens in awe and got to witness how others searched for the perfect shot to take back home as a memory and souvenir.
Our second stop on this first day was the Empire State Building, another icon and must see while in NYC. What I loved most at the ESB was the views from the viewing deck. We made it just after nightfall, but it was a beautiful sight nonetheless.
For most people, a dog is another member of the family, and so the thought of leaving them behind while you go on vacation can be a difficult one to swallow. Luckily, these days, there are a lot more places that cater to dog parents, so it’s easier than ever to travel with your pooch, especially if you’re traveling in The U.S. If you’re a first-time pet traveller, here is some advice to help you out.
Everyone knows that Florida is the kind of place you can always enjoy traveling to and around. For most, it is the epitome of the ideal vacation destination, and its sunny beaches definitely testify to that fact. However, there are any parts of Florida which you rarely see and are almost never talked about, and yet just might be even more enthralling than many of the larger and more obvious parts of Florida which you hear about all the time. In this article, we are going to take a deeper look into some of those lesser-known areas, so that on your next visit to this beautiful state you can hopefully discover a thing or two you might not have expected to discover. Read on for some top secret spots.
Boca Raton, or just Boca to the locals, is a small destination with a surprising amount to offer. In many respects, it has everything that you would typically hope for from any Florida location – gorgeous beaches, endless golf courses, its fair share of idyllic sunsets. Read More
A vacation can be a refreshing experience, if you do it right. This means taking the time to plan your travel exploits in ways that make sense to you. People are drawn to taking vacations for multiple reasons. Either they feel that this will give them a necessary mental pause, or that they will experience a cultural adventure worth having.
It could be that they simply want to relax in a beautiful location, such as the Courtyard Nassau Downtown in the Bahamas. Sitting on a beach, sipping on a cocktail and listening to relaxing music can be most people’s idea of heaven, and we have absolutely no cause to dispute that idea.