The five most luxurious chalets in the world are gorgeous! When we hear the word chalet we imagine a wooden house immersed in the deep white snow of a mountain peak in the Alps. At least that is what I imagine! A lovely chalet, offering the feeling of warmth and coziness to its guests. Since the creation of the first chalets in the Swiss Alps, on the border of France and Switzerland, things have changed a lot. These wooden houses, which initially served the needs of shepherds as a summer residence, have now become perhaps the most luxurious type of accommodation in a winter resort area. I don’t know about you, but I am ready to go…I’m happy to visit all five most luxurious chalets![Read more…] about The Five Most Luxurious Chalets in the World!
Most of us have dreamed of taking a road trip at some point in our lives, but how many have actually gone through with it? We picture a Thelma and Louise-esque escapade, minus the being-on-the-run part, of course. The witty camaraderie, sleeping in strange motels, seeing the sights, just you and the open road. Of course, life on the road is a little different to what we see in the movies. Road trips are awesome, but they come with some downsides.[Read more…] about Your Guide To Taking A Road Trip In A Foreign Country
Things to see in adventuresome New Zealand!
The geographically isolated New Zealand has so much to offer to its visitor that will make him/her not repent a minute for his long and expensive trip to get there.
The country with a turbulent history, the distant Aotearoa, as it is called in the Maori language – the largest minority living there – has a great variety of natural beauty, such as steep mountains covered by low and dense clouds, huge lakes, whirling rivers and huge fjords. At the same time, the queen of New Zealand is none other than Elizabeth of England.[Read more…] about Things to see in Adventuresome New Zealand
Experience The Holidays Safely in Georgetown’s Historic Town Square
Enjoy festive lights in the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas both online and in person
(Georgetown, Texas) – The traditional Lighting of the Square in Georgetown, Texas will look a little different this year due to Covid-19. The lights around the historic downtown square and county courthouse will be turned on mid-November so more people can visit in a more socially distanced manner. And in lieu of the popular, annual official lighting ceremony, the city will share a video of the program on social media, complete with the countdown, lighting, and music for home viewing.[Read more…] about Experience Safe Holidays in Georgetown’s Historic Town Square
Why You Need To Think About Internet Security When Traveling. And we will travel again! Whether you are running a popular travel blog, detailing your adventures through Australia, the Caribbean Sea, and beyond, or need to bring your laptop around to keep on top of life admin during a trip (unfortunately, you can’t avoid work emails forever)- you must protect yourself and your data by paying proper attention to your internet security.[Read more…] about Why You Need To Think About Internet Security When Traveling
On this Flashback Friday I’m looking back at Chobe National Park. I have extraordinary memories of our safari in Chobe, Botswana. Chobe National Park is the most diverse park in Botswana, and is bordered by the Chobe River (water = crocs and hippos!). On the far shore is Namibia. We saw so many different kinds of animals, but everyone goes to Chobe for the Elephants. On a continent where they are so ruthlessly hunted, Chobe National Park has been a haven for them.[Read more…] about Flashback Friday: Remembering the Wonders of Chobe National Park