All over the world, people are celebrating Christmas. Now, each country has a culture all its own. And with that said, you can expect that every household celebrates this holiday differently from yours. They may also have different beliefs, which are interesting in their right. Read to find out more.
The Holidays are fast approaching! Are you ready to go visit your family and friends? Prepare yourself for the stress of travel by keeping these handy tips in mind:
There are plenty of tourist locations in the country. You’ve probably heard of more amazing places for your bucket list. Places like Times Square in New York City or St Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City, among others.
In case you’re interested in going off the beaten path, we’re going to do you a favour and show you these wonderful places that most travellers don’t know about.
Isolation is horrible. Imagine having to deal with everything on your own without having anyone else around to help you.
Now, picture yourself living in a city where you have all of your needs, but the next town over is more than a 1000km away. That is the life of residents in the towns described below.
Thinking about spending the Christmas season overseas? Well, you better start making your travel plans now. Decide where you want to go, book your hotel and flight early, then reserve your parking spot when you drive to the airport, so you can save a bunch of time.
Cultures and traditions vary from country to country. And what may seem weird to you, is perfectly reasonable for everyone else, and vice versa. But just how different are these holidays and how are they celebrated?
Do you remember the first time you watched your favourite sport? Or the first time you realised who your favourite player was? Athletes have always been an inspiration on and off the field, and the best ones are remembered in their respective sport as a Hall of Famer, or when their team decides to retire their jersey.
Wearing a “I heart (name of place)” t-shirt. Sporting a sunburn. Wait, is that a fanny pack around your waist? Yeah, you look like a tourist, mate. When you’re travelling overseas, it’s a good idea to be incognito.
When people hear the name Michelangelo, they think one of two things: the crime-fighting turtle, and the Renaissance artist. The former is fictional, but the latter is real and best remembered for his work on the Sistine Chapel, and the Statue of David.
Everyone who has gone through a bit of education on the arts knows his work. Nat Geo recently published an article about a secret room where some of Michelangelo’s art is preserved.