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Capurgana, Colombia

Top warm places to escape this winter

Winter is upon us {applicable to those who live in northern hemisphere). Welcome to sub-zero temperatures, snowstorms, gray skies, short days and long nights. Prolonged winter season can be depressing to mental health. You look forward the winter to be over soon but it won’t end soon. If you are one of those lucky who can take a break to escape the winter then we have some recommendations for you depending on how much break time you have in your calendar.

Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye in Scotland

How I did Scotland in two weeks

Scotland is the northern most part of United Kingdom. Many travelers visit U.K but never venture out north of England and totally miss out on what Scotland has to offer. This is true of even for the British people. What is great about Scotland is the wilderness, the nature, highlands, medieval castles, forests, free wild outdoor camping areas, loch ness, museums, golf courses, summer festivals and maritime history.

Top travel and food shows to watch

While traveling there is always some downtime where you want to lay back and relax. And probably watch some series on Netflix or Youtube. I usually go for some travel shows for some entertainment value and also to get a historical perspective on events that occurred in a certain date/location. With that in mind I came up with a list of my favorite tv series / documentaries that can be interesting to you as well.

Coffee with moka espresso maker

Best countries for Coffee experience

Do you know that after Oil, Coffee is the second most traded commodity in the world with almost half a trillion cups consumer per year. So now in terms of which countries produce the cacao beans in the world:

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Mediterranean coast of Spain in Two weeks

There is nothing like traveling the mediterranean coast of Southern Europe by road. Calm sunny beaches, seafood, rocky cliffs, small towns and villages built along the coast and has been inhabited for centuries. If you don’t have much time to hit all the spots in Southern Spain you can follow my recommendations on these places. […]

Top 5 most useful languages to learn if you are a traveler

There are about 10 major languages spoken by atleast a 100 million people around the world. Learning other languages help you to to better understand different cultures and life experiences. As they say the best way to connect with anyone is to speak to their heart.

Lowest Prepaid Data service

Based on our experience traveling around the world we came up with a list of top Mobile data (4G/LTE) provider in each country. This list is derived based on the best value for your bucks in terms of data, coverage and pricing.

Backpacking in New Zealand

How to travel economically as a backpacker?

I always come across fellow travelers who ask me how to travel around the world without burning a hole in your pocket. For those who are constantly on the road they know their way around to live and travel cheaply. But if you are just starting out as a new traveler you might be asking […]

Hiking in Armenia

Garni to Geghard Hiking in Armenia

The caucasian country Armenia is not short of hiking opportunities. If you have time and you are fit then you should hike Mount Aragats (about 3000 meters above sea level) but this takes a bit of preparation and a tour guide to show you the path. But if you are looking for something easy and […]

Panoramic view of Tbilisi center

Things to do in Tbilisi, Georgia

Most western tourists don’t dare to travel to Eastern Europe let alone going to Georgia. When I tell my friends and family that I am going to Georgia (the country) they often confuse it with Georgia the State in U.S.A. Georgia is still a hidden gem in Europe with its iconic monasteries, delicious wine, world renowned cuisine, pomegranate trees and friendly people.