Daytrip

20 Feb 19
Fly! Pow! Bye!

Story by: Francisco Angones, Madison Bateman, Colleen Evanson, Christian Magalhaes, Bob Snow Written by: Madison Bateman Storyboard by: Vince Aparo, Emmy Cicierega, Ben Holm Directed by: Tanner Johnson The town may be nice, but is the episode nice?

20 Feb 19
Flying Carpet Tours

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20 Feb 19
Giggles Galore

I love to travel and I’m always up for a new adventure, especially when it involves spending time with girlfriends.  I recently took a girls day trip from Dallas to Decatur and had so much fun exploring some hidden gems that I thought I would share them with you here so you can plan your […]

20 Feb 19
MasterPlan

My six-month sabbatical in the NT has come to an end. Here are some light-hearted lessons I have taken away from my time in the top end. 1. Don’t go off-road in the wet season Are you in a four-wheel drive? Does the track look dry? Do these questions matter? Absolutely not. You will get […]

20 Feb 19
Red Roll

The only description for their project reads, “To be young and unenthused by the perks of rap stardom.” One of Canada’s best kept secrets has to be the harmonious trap duo known as 88Glam. 88GLAM 2 is a project full of diamonds in the rough, with the rough being nothing but exposure. Following in the […]

19 Feb 19
Marioncountyandbeyond

Today we took a daytrip to a small town about an hour northeast of Querétaro.  The reason we went is that the 3rd largest monolith in the world is there. ( the 1st is Gibraltar and the 2nd is Sugar Loaf in Río de Janeiro ). It’s a very quaint and picturesque town, rather sleepy […]

19 Feb 19
Erratic thoughts and travel stories

Wombats are amazing creatures, which literally shit bricks and only live in Australia. Ever since I’ve found out about their square shaped poop and their general awesomeness, I’d wanted to go to Australia. In fact, seeing an actual wombat was the whole reason I went to Australia in the first place. I knew practically nothing […]

19 Feb 19
Notes from a Room

On a walk we pass a group of young people dressed in the 90s style kids are into at the moment: puffy coats, baggy jumpers, jeans cut off above the ankles, white socks and copies of trainers I recognize from my youth. A couple of the boys even have floppy hair parted in the middle. […]

19 Feb 19
By Melissa

Last Saturday my friends and I went on a daytrip to Volendam and Zaanse Schans to enjoy the first sunny days of spring. The trip was organized by the ISN Amsterdam network and was really cheap, so we had to participate! Volendam is a super cute little town by the Markermeer and famous for its […]

19 Feb 19
Michael Stephen Wills Photography

First view of Pine Creek

19 Feb 19
FrejaTravels

Few ancient cities has gotten more fame than Pompeii. Due to the complete city being preserved by ashed it was preserved to this day making it a must see attraction of Southern Italy.

19 Feb 19
The Roaming Mom

When to go: The best time to go to Thailand is from November all the way to April. May might be OK, but if you go from June to October expect it to be rainy. Where to go to? – Krabi vs Phuket This is the mos sought after answer when you talk about Thailand. […]

19 Feb 19
Intentional Abundance

We have all been there. Standing in the shop and the most gorgeous item is screaming for you to buy it.   Deep down, you doubt its practicality.  It’s a good deal and very you, but you don’t need it.  Its an extra – to be used occasionally, but is it worth it?  What impulses must we fight […]

18 Feb 19
the man from icon

“Half term next week so Newhaven ferry fully booked on Friday night and Saturday morning. Saturday night has space but price is higher than usual, 55 quid each return with bike, no… sorry, 60 bloody quid. Sodding half term.” “I have a car. We could drive over?” “98 quid with car going overnight Saturday, coming […]

18 Feb 19
Haley Around the Globe

Hi lovies, In this blog I will tell you something about travel experience from crowded Lima to a much calmer Cusco! Enjoy reading! My final day in Lima was short, because I decided to go to the airport early. There was no point walking around in Lima where I did not feel safest anyway. The […]

18 Feb 19
Homestead-It

Run If you’re looking for a small but attainable way to start changing your life, run! It’s literally the easiest way to take a first step in a new direction. Blog What type of blogger would I be if I didn’t include blogging as something you can do aside from watching TV. Sit down, start […]

17 Feb 19
DayTrip In The Woods

Finally got over the “hump” today and got out of bed at 1:45 AM for sunrise hike. (I had actually been awake since 11:30 PM because I was hungover but hey, still a win). After several attempts to climb tiny North Pack Monadnock it was starting to get on my nerves. So I geared up […]