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We’ve all been there. Abroad in a fascinating new place but locked in a hostel or hotel room due to inclement weather and no plan. The truth is, bad weather doesn’t care that you’re on vacation. It’s going to happen whether you like it or not. Luckily for you, Travelversed cares.
I arrived in Bangkok airport about two months ago and in less than five minutes after going through immigration I had a 4G SIM card inside my smartphone. The world is moving and it’s moving fast. Imagine this situation 30 years ago — no Internet, no smartphones, no GPS and no information!
Although the United States gets a bad rap for our love of unhealthy food, the truth is every country has its own unique spin on what we call junk food. Ranging from the truly delicious to the truly disgusting, these 13 junk foods from around the world will make your stomach groan and growl. There...
Travelers nowadays have never been so spoiled for choices when it comes to choosing a place to sleep. In the past, they depended on travel guides and agencies to check their options, but with the advent of smartphones, they literally have all the information they need at their fingertips.
Around the world, a wide range of cultures believes in a variety of New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day actions that can influence one’s fortune for the upcoming year. Whether purported to drive out the bad or draw in the good, these traditions are deeply rooted in local culture.
Times sure have changed, and not just in terms of the transition from landline to smartphone, or slate tablet to iPad. Nearly 100 years ago, the average global life expectancy was a mere 31 years old. Now, in certain countries, you’re still a youngster if you reach 80!