All right, you have your list of places that you absolutely must see at some point in your life. But what happens when those destinations on your bucket list are also in everyone else’s file of can’t miss locations? Should you simply not go for fear of being swept away in the throngs of people? Or can you still go and see those places on your list, even with the omnipresent tourists?
The reasons for travel are too numerous to count, but travel for celebrations is at the top of the list. Have an important anniversary coming up? Did you or a loved one recently retire or get a big promotion? Did someone get married? In my humble opinion, the reasonable next steps are to have a celebratory meal or glass of wine and start planning a vacation to commemorate the occasion!
Packing for a trip is like many things in life -- the more practice you have, the easier it gets. If it’s been a little while since your last traipse about the globe, allow me to refresh your packing memory with these five packing tips for your world travels.
In the United States, there is no federal or state minimum annual leave law that requires employers to provide paid or unpaid vacation days. In a culture that often prioritizes work over family and relaxation time, it’s no wonder that significant numbers of Americans do not take all of their allotted vacation days, even if they only get a week! If you’re someone who feels as if you can’t take time away from a demanding job, maybe it’s time to think about a working vacation.
Insurance is one of those things that no one really enjoys thinking about; it’s much nicer to consider the exciting things that you’ll be doing and seeing rather than imagining what could go wrong. However, protecting yourself from those what-if situations is an important part of the travel planning process. Just like any other insurance policy, travel insurance plans can become quite intricate. The following information is intended to give you a brief overview of travel insurance policies.
Author: Debra Harris
As founder of Life’s Journey Travel, I’m deeply passionate about creating custom travel experiences that allow my clients to truly savor the journey.