10 Ideal Countries to Travel Alone
May21

10 Ideal Countries to Travel Alone

Many people like to travel alone. They say that because they can get to know the world and themselves. And besides, no need for anyone to adjust: you want the whole day lain on the beach and do not go – please, suddenly decided to go explore the ruins – but at least right now! The main thing is to make your trip just left a good impression and were safe. That is why in this collection are 10 countries with the highest rates of the Global Index of peace and international index of happiness.   Norway The best way to get acquainted with Norway – is a ride aboard one of the ships that sail along the coast of the country, passing through some of the most beautiful fjords and stopping in dozens of seaports along the way. Or go on a multi-day hike along the fjords, stopping at hotels and mountain huts. Northern Lights is a bonus. source: inthesky Switzerland Arm yourself with good hiking boots and head out to explore the vastness of Switzerland. Fortunately, it is very well developed transport structure, so to every interesting place is the tram, train or boat. Visit Zurich and then go south to the shores of Lake Geneva, Montreux and Lausanne, where you will find plenty of entertainment: restaurants, nightclubs and luxury hotels. source: dsb Vietnam Vietnam – a colorful city, rich markets and smiling locals. Combine a beach holiday with cognitive possible in Phan Thiet. This resort – one of the most attractive in Asia. But for the entertainment is better to go to Hanoi source: nsktur New Zealand Inspiring scenery, glaciers, rainforests, mountains – this place is just magical. Fabulous scenery though retouched in Photoshop. You go and you do not believe that all this is real. Active guests can try bungee jumping, boating and hiking on the legendary Milford Track – the most popular tour of New Zealand’s nine Great Walks. source: round-the-world Austria Small and compact, Vienna is one of the most suitable European city for a single journey. Many concert halls, dozens of museums and cafes where you should stay. Salzburg, where he once lived Wolfgang Amadeus, even less, but no less worthy of a visit. And to clean lakes and hot springs go into a charming Carinthia. source: galion-tours Japan Spend a few days in the fascinating metropolis of Tokyo, a ride on a high-speed train passing Mount Fuji and enjoy the tranquility of the old Kyoto. As for the number of attractions and museums – this is okay: Japan find something to surprise even the most experienced travelers. source: businessinsider Chile Chileans...

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Top 10 City break destination
Jan20

Top 10 City break destination

When we talk about city break destinations, we talk about interesting cities, easy accessible with a train or a plane, not expensive and popular for short visits. According to the research done by “City Cost Barometer, this are the top city break destinations in Europe. Budapest, Hungary It is number one city break destination in Europe, because of the easy access and numerous low budget airlines that fly to Budapest from all over Europe, great sightseeing tours, cheap food and drinks and great nightlife. With a unique, youthful atmosphere, a world-class classical music scene as well as a pulsating night life increasingly appreciated among European youth and, last but not least, an exceptionally rich offering of natural thermal baths, Budapest is one of Europe’s most delightful and enjoyable cities. The cost: 141€ for a weekend. Not bad at all. image via aktivtours Vilnius, Lithuania Very pleasant and very beautiful, that’s what comes to one’s mind when talking about Vilnius. The city displays a variety of both architectural expression and willpower. This is perhaps due to the interesting history that rests in this attractive town, which not always has been the capital of Lithuania. However, for over five centuries, until he 18th century, Vilnius had been political and cultural center of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The Old Town is Vilnius was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994 just because the town “has preserved an impressive complex of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and classical buildings as well as its medieval layout and natural setting”. 2009 Vilnius was the European Capital of Culture. The cost – 143€ for a weekend. image via lt-cn Warsaw, Poland The capital of Poland, an amazing city is full of contrasts, question marks and surprises. It will excite and inspire you. Palaces, churches and architectural clusters are interwoven with the wide open space of squares, parks and city gardens. Substantial portion of undeveloped land, with the essential need for investment, awaits the investors. These areas will play a major role in defining the character and ambience of the city in the upcoming years. The cost for a city break – 160€ for a weekend. image via wikimedia Prague, Czech Republic This magical city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes, has been mirrored in the surface of the swan-filled Vltava River for more than ten centuries. Prague is also a modern and vibrant city full of energy, music, cultural art, fine dining and special events catering to the independent traveller’s thirst for adventure. The cost for a weekend – 165€ image via eurashe Lisbon, Portugal Lisbon is Europe’s second-oldest capital (after Athens), once home to the world’s greatest...

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Amazing places to visit till you turn 30
Dec18

Amazing places to visit till you turn 30

Sometimes it is just easier to put your life on hold and just to work… But after a while you will be sad, empty because you do not have enough memories to put in your “adventure” book.So, fill the vacation request and pack your luggage…Some people are connecting traveling with majority, but you don’t have to be old to travel. Traveling is more than just a trip; it is a challenge for yourself and your knowledge. Why you need to be 30 to jump from the bridge in New Zealand, or to visit Rio de Janeiro carnival… There are amazing laces that you have to go … no time wasting… Machu Picchu When I am talking about mysterious, adventure, challenge- I am talking about Machu Picchu. image via tonyhakim Prepare yourself as you are about to embark on a virtual tour exploring one of the most intriguing destinations on the planet.   image via planetescape Machu Picchu is tangible evidence of the urban Inca Empire at the peak of its power and achievement—a citadel of cut stone fit together without mortar so tightly that its cracks still can’t be penetrated by a knife blade. The ruins lie on a high ridge, surrounded on three sides by the windy, turbulent Urubamba River some 2,000 feet (610 meters) below. Separated into three areas – agricultural, urban, and religious – the structures are arranged so that the function of the buildings matches the form of their surroundings. ’’Snow bomb’’ – Austria Young and crazy, we need fun and party! This trip is one of those for whole life… Up all night, with thousands people all over the world, music, snow… White sensation!!! image via tfhculture Snow bombing is a festival filled with fresh air, blue skies, black runs and white hot parties… A week-long whirlwind of world class DJs and bands, in the idyllic alpine setting of Mayrhofen, Austria. Days are spent skiing, boarding, enjoying music on mountain top stages or relaxing in the spa of a luxury hotel. Nights deliver cutting edge performances in unique venues, from a sky high igloo, to an enchanted forest clearing. Regarded by many as… image via standard The Greatest Show on Snow. Mystical. Musical. Without Equal… Be adventurist in Jamaica image via sandals For sure your remember the movie about the famous  Jamaican bobsled team… So, you can be next champion on that bobsled in Jamaica. There is this eco-friendly Mystic Mountain, build for adventure and great time. There is zip line, amazing swimming pool with view from Jamaica and bobsled around from the top. image via blogspot Don’t forget to take a cocktail on some of those amazing beaches there...

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When size matters! Understanding the impact & process of transporting oversized loads
Oct14

When size matters! Understanding the impact & process of transporting oversized loads

If you thought size didn’t matter when it comes to travelling and transporting on the roads, the state governments and police will correct you in thinking otherwise. When it comes to the size and shape of transportation loads in Australia, this is a matter that is taken seriously. It is all for a good reason as state governments want to reduce the threat to people’s safety and environmental damage. Each year there are stories of damage and disruption caused by trucks running into bridges, bringing down power lines or causing damage to other vehicles. To minimise the risks, Membrey’s Transport and Crane hire, a haulage company with vast experience, has provided the following tips to help identify and understand the process when transporting oversized loads. The reasons why we need road safety, and how it has worked in Australia. The Australian states and territories are strict when it comes to transporting oversized loads. If you want to transport items such as farm equipment or cranes, you will need to apply for the necessary permits and process to facilitate a safe movement of specialised transport in that state’s road system. The process and system is diligent and thorough. It is an intrinsic process, but it is one that works by increasing safety and minimising the risk of damage and accidents on the roads. The process differs among the different states and territories. A link to their requirements and processes can be seen in the reference links below. Queensland New South Wales Northern Territory Western Australia South Australia ACT Tasmania Victoria What type of equipment or loads will need require permits? If you are unsure about whether or not you will need a permit for oversized goods, the checklist below will give you an idea. Farming equipment Cranes Houses Boats and yachts Forklifts What considerations need to be kept in mind when transporting oversized goods? Reversing Oversized loads reduce the visibility of the driver. Majority of deaths and damage is caused due to the lack of visibility. It is necessary that the routes that are planned for the transportation of the oversized loads minimise the need of the vehicle to reverse. Furthermore, drivers should be well trained in reversing with oversized cargo. Loading and unloading Loading and unloading the cargo can be tricky. It is important to work with a transportation partner that has access to the machinery that can safely and securely load and unload the cargo for transportation. Transport It is important to work with the right transportation vehicle that will minimise the risk of damage to the transported goods and to the trucks and trailers that are used...

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5 Magical Cottages That Look Like They Have Been Taken Out of Fairy Tales!
May09

5 Magical Cottages That Look Like They Have Been Taken Out of Fairy Tales!

Usually they say home is where your heart is, but we are quite sure that the following cottages will easily get into your heart, and get you to fall in love with them and leave your current home and go there… What do you need to make a fairy tale house? First, you need a rural environment, preferably forest with wolves and witches or fairies and dwarfs hiding behind every rock and tree. Depends on how much adrenaline you prefer… Then you need the cottage itself. Some are based on historical styles while others are designed on the architect’s imagination. However, even those who have real architectural elements still stand with one foot in reality and the other in a fairy tale. Take a look of the Magical Cottages that look like they have been taken out of Fairy Tales: The Cottages of Hobbits in Wales, UK photo via simondale.net Cottage in Canada photo via jamesbirkbeckart.tumblr.com  Forest House in Holland photo via jamesbirkbeckart.tumblr.com  Rustic Hut in Minnesota photo via rusticway.com Akebono Kodomo-no-Mori in Japan photo via yui...

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