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While I love traveling, cruises are definitely not my thing.
I’ve been on a cruise once in my life and it certainly didn’t leave me wanting to go back for more. Some things that I don’t like about cruises are that you are stuck for long periods of time onboard and when you do stop, you usually get a short visit wherever it might be. Also, the day seems to revolve around the meal schedule and (at least on our cruise) there weren’t enough lounge chairs by the pool.
I will add that the cruise we went on wasn’t one of those mega-ships. If I was to try a cruise again, I wouldn’t mind trying a river cruise. I’ve read positive things about them and I’m guessing it would be a very different experience.
Why am I writing about cruises if I don’t like them?
Continue reading 86 Year Old Spends $164,000 A Year To Live On Cruise Ship
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I’ve heard of people taking private jets to a destination but could you imagine having practically an entire plane to yourself?
One man was close to being the only passenger onboard a recent Delta flight.
Continue reading A Delta Flight With Just TWO Passengers Onboard
It’s been a while since I’ve come across a fun Buzzfeed quiz.
In the past some of the quizzes have told us
, What City You Should Actually Live In and What State You Belong In . What European Country You Belong In
Buzzfeed’s newest quiz wants to know:
Can We Guess Which U.S. Region You’re Actually From? Continue reading Can Buzzfeed Guess Which US Region You Are From?
First off, I want to wish all of you a Happy New Year’s and hope that 2014 was a great one in all aspects of life (including travel of course)!
For my last post of 2014 I thought it would be fitting to share a fun articleI found from Buzzfeed.
While I find New Year’s Eve to be a highly overrated night, there are a variety of traditions around the world that countries follow.
Continue reading Bizarre New Years Eve Traditions Around the World
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Last Friday I wrote a post to remind everyone to beware of
. Apparently one young lady in Maryland missed my post! Uber Surge Pricing On Halloween
In my post I wasn’t sure if surge pricing was expected all over the country (since the e-mail I received and it was from Uber NYC), but apparently it was.
This Halloween was more trick than treat for 26 year old Baltimoron Gabby Wathen.
Continue reading Apparently She Didn’t Read My Beware of Uber Surge Pricing Post
Back when I was in school I always excelled more in English & Social Studies than /Math & Science. I probably consider Social Studies/ History to be my favorite subjects.
While it’s been some time since I’ve been in school (even grad school for that matter), I’d still like to think that I’d do well with basic US history questions.
Continue reading Can You Pass: Middle School US History Test
A backpacker traveling around Southeast Asia was having frequent nosebleeds which she thought were due to a motorbike accident but this was not the case.
After returning home to Edinburgh she saw something sticking out of her nose.
Continue reading Imagine Bringing This Home From A Trip
How well do you think you know countries around the world?
Maybe you know their history, politics, food and culture. But what if you were given just one picture? Do you think you’d do well then?
When I came across a new quiz from Buzzfeed-
How Many Countries Can You Identify From Just One Picture, I didn’t think I had much of a chance. Continue reading Quiz: How Many Countries Can You Identify From A Photo
It really is amazing what stories could be told using Facebook and Photoshop and not all of them are what they seem.
Imagine telling your friends and family that you were going on an amazing 42 day Southeast Asia vacation and then posting photos during your trip to Facebook. Imagine doing this all without leaving your home town.
That’s exactly what a Dutch woman, Zilla van den Born did.
Continue reading Woman FAKES Amazing 42 Day Vacation
The state fair is an event that I’ve been wanted to experience for quite some time. I’m trying to figure some things out so we can finally get to go to one next month.
When I think of a state fair, rides, bizarre competitions and local & strange foods come to mind.
Over the summer I wrote a post about
. My post (which is about an article from Fodor’s) prompted me to look into the idea of finally attending a state fair before 2014 comes to a close. 10 Best State Fairs in the US Continue reading Quiz: State Fair Foods- Real or Fake?