Let’s be honest, between the screaming babies, the popping ears and the total lack of legroom, the only good part of air travel is when you actually arrive at your destination. Everything else, especially airline food, sucks.
England is an amazing place: full of culture, beautiful scenery, and enough pubs to make sure no one will ever be short of a drink. Here are a few things that people may not tell you before you move there.
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!
All those towering crucifixes, adorned with rosaries of varying vintage that rattle gently in the breeze, could strike the non-devout as a little creepy. But if you’re a Catholic making a pilgrimage, you see something both authentic and sacred.
Have you ever wanted to live on an island where the cats outnumber the humans? Well, if you’re willing to move to an isolated island just off the coast of Japan, your dream could become a reality. The island of Tashirojima is just over a mile long, and has mostly been deserted by humans.