Moving abroad can seem like a simple idea. However, there are many things to consider before you sell everything and buy a one-way ticket.
I have always loved tattoos. After getting one, a long time ago, the pain of the experience has always stayed with me. While I admired all the tattoos around me, I didn’t have the courage to get another. However, as travel has become a larger part of my life, I decided to get more ink as it felt right. Having two travel tattoos under my belt, I wondered what inspired other bloggers to get them. Therefore, I went ahead and asked them. Here is what they came back with.
Toronto is home to a number of sport teams, with various records of accomplishment behind them. No matter how good or bad the team is, the fan base behind it is almost fanatical. We take our sports seriously here. We celebrate the victories and losses deeply and usually through social media to let our collective feelings known.
I must admit, I’ve always avoided group travel tours, preferring to do my own thing. However, lately I’ve been considering breaking that pattern and trying out a guided travel tour. I’m dying to see few places that come with fantastic itineraries and are just so tempting.
While summer is done, it doesn’t mean that vacation time is over as well. In fact, fall is a great time to travel and discover great destinations.
For the last little while, I’ve been working on another blog that is more of a niche site. Yes, you heard that right. Why have one blog when you can have two?
Travel planning can get complicated, however, there is a new layer added when you include dog travel. As we were planning to go away for an extended amount of time, flying with pets to Italy was our only option. So, what did we learn from taking the dogs abroad? Quite a bit.