travel
Take calculated chances. Bungee jumping, like leaping from a perfectly good plane, is not for everyone. However, you do not need to be an adrenaline junkie (or even engage in anything remotely dangerous) to take some risks while traveling. You could skip the Eiffel Tower in favor of a few lesser-known attractions, or you could completely avoid Paris in favor of...
travel
Set them up. Similarly, we always prepare the children for a day of travel by explaining what to expect. We'll inform them that we're heading to the airport and will be waiting there for a time, as well as what will happen at security screening, onboard the flight, and at customs upon arrival. It appears to reassure them greatly to...
As the pandemic fades and countries and restaurants reopen their doors to tourists and residents alike, the need for travel increases. After more than a year of being cooped up in the house or with pets, it appears as though what we all sorely need is a decent vacation. However, if you're like me and entered the quarantine as a...
Travel During Pregnancy
Pregnant women can usually go on trips well into their pregnancy if they take the right precautions and are well-informed about when to go and what to do if things go wrong. Wherever you travel, determine the availability of healthcare services in case you require immediate medical help. It's a good idea to bring your prenatal medical records with you...
adventure travel guide
To begin, let us define what an outdoor adventure guide is. An outdoor adventure guide is someone who leads and teaches people how to do things like hiking, rock climbing, rafting, kayaking, canyoning, skiing, caving, and mountain biking in the outdoors. However, it is a varied occupation that can take many forms. While some prefer to work half-day jobs in...