If you’ve never traveled to Vietnam, you can’t even begin to imagine how much you’re missing out on. Not only is it gorgeous and rich in culture and history, Vietnam is also a foodie mecca. Nowhere on Earth can you get such delicious food, prepared street side, at all hours of the day.
When you have a lot of money, things in life tend to get a bit easier. If you don’t find a house that you like, people will fall over themselves to propose newer, more personalized options that they can build just for you. Having lots of options, and a cadre of brilliant architects at your fingertips generally means that the house you have had built for yourself will be pretty spectacular.
Many people plan trips to places around the world each year for personal and business reasons, and a lot of them will face unexpected expenses along the way. Nothing will ruin your next trip as much as the airport losing your luggage or getting sick before your departure.
If you want to get away from the crowds, you’ll have to head somewhere that’s a little more off the beaten path. The cities that we’ve found for you today are all beautiful and have plenty of historical and cultural atmosphere – but you’ll never see them crammed with visitors. Here are a few of Europe’s most underrated cities.
One type of Asian cuisine that doesn’t receive enough global attention is Korean cuisine. For many people, the combination of spices and unique ingredients that aren’t found in any other dishes in the world make Korean food completely and totally addicting.
It’s amazing to think that despite their low life expectancy, high risk of disease, and fondness for war, ancient man found the time to get anything done let alone pull off spectacular feats of architecture with only the most primitive of tools. Here are some of the oldest manmade structures on the planet that you can still marvel at today.
If you’re a frequent traveler, you’ll know all about the struggle of finding decent food and a place to sit down in an unfamiliar airport. Some airports exist solely to shuttle people from one place to the next, and have seemingly forgotten about the things a human needs to survive, like sunlight, sleep, and food. One can’t live on luxury shopping alone!