There’s so much world to explore, but unfortunately, being a keen traveler means you inevitably have to take a lot of long-haul flights. I’ve had my fair share of this horror. My first long-haul, flying from the Philippines to Israel, it took us a total of 14 hours with 3 hours layover. Restless sleep, dry awful skin, aching body … and the best part? Jet-lag waiting to be served up fast and cold when you land. Bottomline: Long-haul flights are exhausting and a brutal test of endurance – more so when you’re flying economy!Continue reading “The Ultimate Survival Guide for Long-Haul Flights in Economy”
Books may let you travel without moving your feet, but they also inspire you to pack up and go. Here are 10 travel books that can definitely inspire the wanderer in you.
A common misconception about the Philippines is that the entire country has the same weather. It isn’t that simple. The Philippines has four distinct climate zones. Between December and May, at this time the country is fully accessible, including its many beautiful islands and more remote areas.
Sensoji (浅草寺, Sensōji, also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple) is a Buddhist temple located in Asakusa. It is one of Tokyo’s most colorful and popular temples.
Our traveler of the month is a Laura Childers-Maistros. She’s a Sales Engineer, a radio show host and an aspiring politician. Currently, she’s a Precinct Representative for the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party in Ohio.
How awesome is that?! 😀