The world seems to have become a much smaller place. Nowadays it is not uncommon to have to fly across the country, or even to a different country on a business trip. It takes a toll and, as most regular business travelers will tell you, the novelty wears off pretty quickly.
In this post, we will look at ways to make your business travel a lot easier. Continue reading
Despite the odd 44 degree summer day, Melbourne is a pretty rad place to live. As the world’s most liveable city for seven consecutive years, most people know Melbourne for its sport, culture and its many festivals and nightlife. But in case you want more, here’s a bunch of reasons why you should move to Melbourne.Continue reading
The Lancashire town of Blackpool isn’t necessarily the first place that many couples consider as a romantic destination – indeed, it is a resort more commonly associated with high-octane theme-park excitement than it is with lovers wishing sweet nothings into each other’s ears.
However, perusing the broad selection of Blackpool accommodation currently on offer for Valentine’s Day actually makes sense for more than a few reasons – such as those below. Continue reading
Traveling is often a fun and much better option from daily work routine or getting the best-chartered accountant Toronto. However, traveling can also be a tad bit expensive. The good news is there a few travel tricks and tips that will make traveling affordable and enjoyable. Continue reading
There are many great countries to see and explore throughout Europe. As you can quite imagine, the planning process of making a trip possible requires plenty of forethought—and the actual event of traveling requires even more energy and preparation. If you are planning a European trip, you can make your travel experience much more smooth and enjoyable with several easy-to-use apps that you can use country to country.
Out of the many apps available, these are the top 5 to explore:Continue reading
If you have enough money in the bank, an unexpected financial setback is frustrating and inconvenient, but it’s manageable. However, if you’re living from paycheck-to-paycheck, with no money set aside for an emergency expense, then figuring out what do you do if your car breaks down unexpectedly can pose a real dilemma, especially if you need it to get to work.
Suddenly, you have to figure out in a hurry to keep your job so that you can continue to earn, set some money aside, and take care of the problem. Continue reading
Louisiana is more than just New Orleans. Warm, naturally beautiful, and steeped in culture, this southern state has something for everyone. Here are just eight attractions you’ll want to consider, whether you’re just passing through, or looking to cover some real ground. Continue reading
Even if you have spent much time at large hotels, you shouldn’t be too quick to assume that staying at a bed and breakfast would feel like basically the same experience. A bed and breakfast – or, as it can be abbreviated, a B&B – is not strictly the same as a hotel and so shouldn’t be treated as such.
There are, for example, major differences in the etiquette to which you would have to adhere during your stay. Here are some behaviours which you should stick to while at a B&B.Continue reading
Travel. It’s something that many of us aspire to, and whether it’s a short stint away in the sun, or a long period spent exploring every corner of the globe, those gripped by wanderlust all know that feeling of “I just need to get away”. For some, travel isn’t a break from the daily grind: it’s a way of life.Continue reading
In 1970, 20,000 black rhinos used to freely roam in Kenya, says Earth Watch. However, today, that number has declined to just 540, a big enough drop for the black rhino to be categorized as critically endangered. The reason for this is excessive poaching to record levels, driven by the rising demand for rhino horns. These horns sell for exorbitant prices on the black market. What the Kenyan government has done to take care of this issue is to restrict the surviving rhinos to sanctuaries, keeping them protected from poachers.Continue reading