There is nothing worse than starting out your grand adventure, and then getting hit with a barrage of unexpected, un-budgeted travel expenses. Those hidden surprises can often break a trip (and your pocketbook).
It sounds simple: just be a responsible adult when you travel. But when you start the planning process, things get a bit more complicated. From the carbon emissions to get to your destination to the convenient single-use packaging when you arrive. Lucky for you, there are some simple ways to make your next adventure friendly both for you and the environment.
Take a quick look at your bucket list. If you’re anything like me, the list grows every year. I start the year with grand ambitions to travel and explore. Unfortunately, there is a very distinct limiting factor: my wallet. Travelling can be expensive, especially when airfare is involved. Here are some tips and tricks toContinue reading “10 Ways to Save Money While Traveling”
Coral reefs are integral to the health of both marine ecosystems and human society. They nurture 25% of all species of marine life. The provide the basis for numerous medicines. They are vital to ocean economies. Sadly, many types of sunscreens are fatal to coral reefs.
I am an adventurer and explorer myself. The adventures that find me with a travelling companion are far and few between, more so with each passing year. Life makes it difficult to coordinate schedules, agree on destinations, lodging, and food. Don’t even get me started on choosing road music.
It can be difficult to sift between good zoos and bad zoos. Yeah, did you know that good zoos actually exist?! The key to learning the difference is in accreditation.
It isn’t impossible to travel safely during the pandemic, but there are important steps to take to ensure the safety and well-being of yourself and those around you.