Posts Written ByLance Gannon

Things That Most People Get Wrong About a Cruise

When you think about a cruise, there is a good chance you picture an elderly couple slowly climbing the steps to a big boat that will slowly sail along to warm and sometime exotic locations.  Your think that it will be a boring and lazy trip that is perfect for your grandparents.  You also fear that these will probably boats rock wildly and run the risk of careening headlong into hurricanes while you are tossed from one side of the ship to the other. Finally you think that there will be nothing to do on these ships, so in between…

Get peace of mind whilst driving

Do you want to have the peace of mind whilst driving that, in the unfortunate event of an accident, that you have a device in your car that can log every single detail of any incident that might occur? You can do this by installing a camera in your car that records everything with accuracy. Not having to rely on the presence of a third party witness to corroborate your version of events in the wake of an accident and having irrefutable and independent evidence in the form of film footage can help reduce the stress involved in a collision.…

Island Hopping on the Aegean Sea: Turkey to Greece

When the magical islands of Greece and the stunning coast of Turkey are just a stone’s throw away from one another there’s really no reason not to explore both on the same holiday. With fast and regular ferry connection and Gulet cruises connecting the area, island hopping on the Aegean has become increasingly popular among young travelers and holidaymakers. Where to Start your Trip Ferries depart from harbours all the way along the west coast of Turkey and some even leave from the Mediterranean towns of Fethiye, Kas and Marmaris. Among the best departure points is the resort town of…

How to Truly Lose Yourself In Culture on Your Next Spanish Breakaway

Spain is a popular tourist haunt for many Europeans and whilst people travel in their hundreds of thousands each and every year, there is only a small percentage of those people who truly envelop themselves in the Spanish culture. There of course, is nothing wrong with spending two weeks relaxing on a sunny beach, trying some tapas and sipping on the odd jug of sangria, but this most certainly does not count as involving yourself in the true Spanish culture. If this is something that sounds appealing to you then here are a few ways in which you can really…

5 Family-Friendly Activities in Orlando [That Aren’t Theme Parks]

  If you’re one of the millions of incoming visitors to the Orlando area this year odds are you’ve heard about its world-famous theme-parks. While there is nothing wrong with visiting these wonderful tourist destinations it’s certainly not the only attraction Orlando has to offer. If you’d like to go against the grain and take on Orlando in style, with a little help from a local, then here are five of the best options families choose from while staying in the City Beautiful this summer. Fun Spot America Fun Spot, off International Drive, has something to satisfy every person who…

Film Locations to Put on your Travel Bucket List

Seeing the real-life locations of your favourite films can be a thrill. If you’re thinking about where to head off on your next journey, here are a few famous filming locations from popular movies. From Harry Potter’s Hogwarts to the Ghostbusters’ headquarters, pack your bags for these cinematic destinations. Alnwick Castle The scenery in the Harry Potter films is almost as inspiring as the story itself, making many fans wonder how to visit the real-life Hogwarts? Although the fictional school’s interiors were filmed in many different locations throughout the UK, you can spot the famous courtyard and exterior from the…

How to Make Your Trip of a Lifetime A Reality

Do you have visions of a holiday of a lifetime in the Maldives? An African safari or a month traveling throughout Europe? If the answer is yes to any of the above, you are not alone and most people have dreams in their minds of one day taking a mega-vacation such as this. Unfortunately, too many people believe that this type of vacation will only ever exist in their dreams but we are here to tell you that you can in fact turn this into a reality. If this is something that you wish to do, here are some tips…

Top Things to Do on the Western End of San Francisco

San Francisco is a popular tourist city, but at 232 square miles, it’s impossible to see it all. Travelers who focus on specific parts or neighborhoods of the city will likely have a better vacation experience. The western end of San Francisco has plenty to offer that people might not normally consider when traveling to California. One such example is the San Francisco Zoo. The zoo has rescued over 1,000 endangered and exotic animals that now have a home and people to care for them. Visitors will also enjoy the native and foreign plants, lush gardens, and 250 species of…

How to Survive Solo Travel As A Female

The unfortunate truth of traveling alone as a female is that you are more likely to run into problems than as a male solo traveler. It is a sad fact but one which cannot be ignored and records show that a women traveling alone is in far more danger of being assaulted, robbed or worse than the chances of the same thing happening to a man. This is not to say however, that women should not travel alone and if you have this opinion then know that you are only allowing these criminals to win if you decide not to…

Cheap Accommodations to Choose From for Budget Travelers

Traveling has become the trend lately, and it’s no longer just for themillennials. It seems more and more people are hitting the pause button and are choosing the see the world. However, it is not exactly the cheapest of hobbies. It takes money to pack for clothes suited for specific climate, book the tickets, find cheap travel insurance, and get a good deal on food during the stay. But you know what else takes lots of money? Your lodging. Looking for the right kind of accommodation that will also fit your budget is one of the challenges of planning a…