You probably remember the first time you traveled. Maybe it was a vague memory of your parents or relatives taking you to a new place. It was exciting! You might have tasted different foods, seen the sea for the first time, or even rode a horse.
When you’re planning your long-awaited trip, it’s common to research about the normal stuff. However, depending on where you’re going, it’s important to know there are dangers no one can control – mother nature!
As a child of the Navy (with half my relatives in the Navy or other armed forces), I spent a lot of my time on bases growing up. When my father was on active duty, our family of five seized the chance to fly Space-A several times.
Studying abroad during my undergraduate years was definitely one of the highlights of my college career. But no matter where you study, there are some universal realities you’ll discover.
Whether you’ve traveled extensively or not, you know the world is vast and different. People worship different Gods, have their own unique cuisine and diets, and either enjoy warm weather or crazy snow storms. However, if there’s one thing that’s common to all cultures, it is the love for a hot beverage.
Street food is more than a meal, it’s an experience and in Southeast Asia they really know take it to another level!
We travel the world for many reasons, be it for the culture, the food, or the interesting sites. But if you’re a nature lover and like exploring beyond cities, here are 20 animals you might see in your travels.