Tag: Des Hague

Three Summer Travel Trends You Need to Know

As the summer months approach with promises of beautiful weather, vibrant nature, and roaming wildlife, the prospect of travel grows bright. When spring melts winter’s ice, wanderlust drives travelers the world over to expand their horizons, both literally and figuratively. This coming season seems more exciting than ever, with oil prices dropping to the lowest they’ve been since 2009 and… Read more →

Norwegian Adventure

With so many places of incredible beauty in the world, it can be difficult to pin down just one destination to visit when going on vacation. In Europe alone, there can seem to be nearly innumerable options, be you looking for more of a Mediterranean adventure or more of a trip through Mother Nature, one can find anything and everything… Read more →

The Best of Italy’s Ancient Capital: Rome

Colosseum Constructed in 80 AD, the most iconic, beautifully arched amphitheater has marked Rome as one of the most precious historic marvels of the ancient world. A representation of both ancient and modern Roman culture, this site is located at the very heart of the city’s historic center, with other sites such as the Piazza Venezia, the Roman Forum and… Read more →

Springing into Philadelphia This Season

Chinese Lantern Festival Although Chinese New Year has technically past, this hasn’t stopped Philadelphia from embracing the various cultural practices that continue to make this holiday such an essential part of its tradition. To further embrace the Chinese culture, even long after the New Year celebrations have past, the Chinese Lantern Festival will allow to experience the stunning, glowing lanterns… Read more →

The Cultural Exploration of Morocco

Deep-rooted in a cuisine that perfectly combines European, Mediterranean and that of the local Berber culture, Morocco’s rich history is highlighted by the way in which all residents across the country connect with their society’ past in their everyday lives. More than simply just history, Moroccans are proud of their eclectic culture, as seen by the Spanish-Moorish architecture in Meknes… Read more →

How to Prepare for Air Travel

Once you have booked your flight, made the necessary travel arrangements and realized you have packed all that you can on your trip, there comes a time when you start to dread the flight that will lead you to your destination. Although many children find airplanes to be quite fun, for many teenagers and adults alike, it can be an… Read more →

The Advantages of Group Travel

More choices When traveling with a group of people, some may think it could be difficult to agree on a famous restaurant to dine in or the best day trip to take, but it’s important to remember that this type of stimulation is perfect for travel. Collaborating with others and gaining a better understanding of the area around with the… Read more →

Breathtaking Spring Break Destinations

As we slowly distance ourselves from winter and entering into the spring months, this season does not pose a better time of the year to head on a road trip that won’t necessarily break your budget. For many vacation spots, travelling in the spring can actually save you a fair amount of money because hostel/hotel prices and sometimes tours are… Read more →

Hiking the Grand Canyon

Easily one of the U.S.’s national treasures located in the western portion of the country, it can be daunting to figure out how to exactly take advantage of a certain amount of time at the wondrous Grand Canyon park. In an ideal world, you would need at least a week to familiarize yourself with the most intricate crevices or hidden caves… Read more →

Little-known Facts about the Appalachian Trail

Traveling opens up doors you never knew even existed. Whether trekking through the streets of Hong Kong or climbing to the peak of Machu Picchu, you are exposed to unique cultures, one-of-a-kind characters, and mind-altering perceptions of the world. Yet, sometimes the most enlightening facets of travel come in moments of solitude. It for this reason nature holds a special… Read more →