Most of us all have travel bucket lists, which consist of destinations and cities around the globe we want to head to and check off before we die. Still, there’s a recent travel trend on the rise known as “last-chance tourism” — traveling to spots that are deemed at risk for being wiped out, thanks to climate change, heavy tourism, global warming, and pollution.
Most people believe that “bigger is better” and this can often ring true when it comes to hotel rooms. Still, is so much space needed while travelling? Whether you are on business or a holiday, most people don’t spend all that much time in their hotel room while away. Size doesn’t always matter when it comes to hotel rooms. Sometimes ambience, experience, some comfort, simple amenities, and just a bed are all you need.
Referred to as yuru-kyara or yuru-chara, mascots in Japan are everywhere and can represent anything from an event, festival, town, city, political institution, public service organization, company, historical site, to so much more! These Japanese mascots tend to have relatable characteristics to whatever they are promoting and are a bit out-of-the-box when it comes to characters.
The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Solutions Network released its annual World Happiness Report recently. The report outlines the happiest nations in the world. Countries were ranked on six important factors, which support all-around well-being.
There are some staples everyone includes in their packing to-do list people can’t leave home without when heading on vacation. However, there are also other techy travel items that should be consider while packing up for vacation to ensure it is as fun and stress-free as possible.