Travel changes us. Whether it’s a trip around the corner or around the world, travel has the ability to affect us in so many unexpected ways. Find out why where you are affects who you are and how to travel better, no matter where you go.
Cropping is an underappreciated art used mostly by photographers. But it has interesting and important implications for improving your trip as well.
Ever get overwhelmed at art museums? Find out how to get more from museums in some surprising ways that make the experience more personal and even fun.
Visit Gardena Pass (Passo Gardena) in Italy’s Dolomites if you want to experience the best of the region in one breathtaking location. A stop can be a short break on your drive or the start of a long hike through gorgeous scenery.
Photo tours can be wonderful ways to improve your photography and have a great trip. But it helps to know what to look for and what to ask before you take one.
A splurge on a trip can be wonderful. Unless, of course, it starts to feel like an expensive mistake. Knowing when to spend the extra money and how can make all the difference between an awesome trip and one you regret.
The best moments on a trip, defining moments, often occur serendipitously, or so they seem. You go looking for one thing and then suddenly, something unexpected occurs and without warning, your jaw is dangling, your eyes expand to Ping-Pong ball size and you’re babbling like a baby or, conversely, bereft of any words. But these magic or defining moments don’t have to be accidental. The Power of Moments…
“Explore your worlds” means embracing both the world around you AND the world within you to get the best of both, particularly when you connect the two on a trip to enhance both travel and life.
Too much travel can lead toward a renewed interest in all things home. In this case, it meant delving into the fascinating world of terrariums and why you might want to make one yourself even if you’re not traveling too much.
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