The days are getting longer, the sun is setting later and later by the day, and it is officially hot enough to bust out all your summer clothes that have been in hiding all winter. With summer knocking on our doors, not only does this mean that the season of barbecues and late night bonfires is upon us but also the season of road trips. There’s nothing better during the summer months than packing up your car and bringing along a few friends to go explore a brand new place. I for one love road trips and have done quite a few since getting my driver’s license a few years back so for today’s blog post I’ve put together some of the most helpful tips that have come in handy to ensure that you will have the most stress free and enjoyable road trip ever this summer.
With spring right around the corner not only is it almost time to bust out the summer clothes and start thinking about working on your tan, it’s also festival season. Lineups for a range of popular festivals have started to be announced and plans can start being made. Personally I am someone that adores music festivals and concerts in general. I’ve been to more concerts that I can count and I’m always up for spending a hot summer day outside listening to my favorite bands play my favorite songs. Though this blog post isn’t necessarily travel related, I thought that I would still put together this sort of survival guide for music festivals to help out those in need. Whether you’ll be attending your first festival this summer or you’re a seasoned pro, these tips and tricks can be helpful for just about anyone.
With travelling comes the sometimes difficult task of finding a hotel room. Nowadays there are so many options to choose from that it can be quite the daunting task. Today I’ll be sharing with you a few of my tips and tricks for booking hotels that have helped me in the past. These tricks will help ensure that not only do you get the best hotel room for your money but it will also ensure that you get any little details ironed out.
Flying for the first time can be daunting and quite nerve-wracking especially if it’s your first time. Even though statistics prove that flying is much safer than driving, it can still be stressful. Whether it be because of anxiety, a fear of heights, or claustrophobia, flying can be scary for just about anyone. Here are some tips and tricks to help ease your mind for your next flight!
Walt Disney World is hands down one of my favorite places and a place loved by hundreds of thousands of people. I visited back in October of 2014 and I’ve decided to put together a helpful little guide of some tips and tricks to help you out if you’re also planning on visiting the happiest place on earth. Below you’ll find tips from how to save money to getting the most out of the day(s) you will be at the park.