With the restrictions and current situation brought about by the pandemic, mushroom hunting in the forests of Oregon start to gain traction.
Wouldn’t it be nice to see a stewardess briefly move both hands in a forward motion, sideways, and give some more instructions in that calming voice?
In 2011, about 21,000,000 hotel rooms across different nations served over 876,000,000 guests. That’s a lot of hotel rooms, and yes, a lot of guests! How do you think is 2020 fairing, so far?
Amusement parks are parks that are more complicated, elaborate, and extravagant than your regular green city parks. This one has rides, concession stands, games, shows, and some even have 4D movie theaters in the compound.
Landmarks are more than just a meeting point, a navigational tool, or a tourist attraction. Landmarks stand for stories that even locals pass down through different generations. It represents both the past and the present.
Landmarks, together with skymarks and daymarks, primarily served as aids in navigation. Today, although it is still the main idea, landmarks are channels to bring knowledge about a place of destination to the travelers that come by to visit.
First, a little trivia: The International Council of Museums says that in 202 countries there are more than 55,000 museums. The data was recorded back in their 2014 survey. Today, However, UNESCO estimates 95,000 museums all over the globe.
We heard you were looking for the links to the many, many virtual tours because, let’s face it, the best thing we can do is stay at home for now. Let’s start with museums, shall we?
For most of us, going out and about has been restricted to going out for essential purposes only, such as going to the grocery store, the bank, or maybe the pharmacy. Many countries have imposed travel bans or even required taking a CoViD-19 test with “Negative” as a result. For some, two negative results are needed. You might be thinking, “Why even travel out of the US at all right now?” and you’re right! There are lots to see around the United States of America! However, that doesn’t change the fact that travel is still restricted, even for domestic travel. In addition, you can’t argue that staying at home will always be safer. Still, if you need to scratch that travel itch, you can do so from the comfort of your own homes! I am not talking about high-level imagination here, I am talking about virtual tours! That’s right, there are museums, landmarks, theme parks, hotels, and even outer space venues that you can visit via the internet. It only takes a few clicks to …
Sustainable tourism is a way of expressing respect and responsibility while traveling. And while this may come as common sense to some people, its idea is apparently not that common.
Millennials – typically defined as those born between 1981 and 1996 – have gotten a lot of press, both positive and negative.
#MuseumMomentofZen is exactly what we need right now.
Glamping is the easy combination of the two words that define it—glamorous camping. And it is what it is; it is a modern version of traditional camping, but with less hassle. With glamping, you get to enjoy the beautiful outdoors, which is definitely good for the brain. Spending time outdoors also boosts your mood and improves your health. In addition to this, here are more reasons why glamping is good for you: #1 It’s relaxing This is the main difference between traditional camping and glamping. When you go glamping, you can sleep on a real bed—far more comfortable than sleeping on the ground, asking your body to follow the shape of your tent. On top of this, let’s not forget about real bathrooms. Though some might say that it’s not a big deal, most people would prefer to do their business in actual bathrooms. For most people, the less than ideal setup of a camper’s bathroom is a turn off and is the reason why they dislike the idea of camping. Finally, a big plus …
It’s almost summer and Kawa Hot Baths will only make this season hotter! Locally translated, “kawa” refers to a large flat cooking pan that slightly resembles a wok. Kawa Hot Baths are tourist attractions found in the Philippines, where you, as the name implies, bathe in a kawa. And yes, that’s while the kawa sits on fire. How hot is hot? Taking kawa hot baths are like taking a dip in hot springs–you need to make sure that your body is ready for it. Because the heating mechanism is through direct contact with fire, the temperature will rise gradually. Ideally, the water should be near as warm as our normal body temperature, that’s 37 degrees Celsius. But the range is typically from 36 to 40 degrees Celsius. And just like our regular baths, we need to let our body gently get a feel of the water first before quickly jumping into it. Why get into the trend? Aside from taking those nice, perfectly instagrammable photos, getting into a kawa hot bath gives additional benefits. It …
Twenty-six years ago, Philippines’ very first hot air balloon festival was held in Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga. Since then, the iconic festival has been celebrated annually every second week of February, except for 2019. Last year, the hot air balloon festival, titled “A Weekend of Everything That Flies” was canceled due to issues with coordination with their partners in the government. When & Where?This year, the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta announced that the event will push through and because “it’s a new year, it’s a new venue” as they posted on their website. This year’s hot air balloon fest will be held on March 6 to 8, at San Lazaro Leisure Park in Carmona, Cavite. This year, the event that the organizers called the “Flying Carnival 2020” will be a weekend of ALMOST everything that files. Aside from the traditional showcase of hot air balloons of different sizes and shapes, you get to check out bazaars that offer food and various gift items and even attend seminars on aviation for three whole days. Of …