Medical tourism is big business and is only getting more popular. More and more people are traveling to other countries to get medical procedures done because of the low cost and high standards.
A few kilometers outside the town proper of Puerto Princesa in the Philippines lies a ghost town of sorts. The Vietnamese Village sits off the side of the road with a small gated entrance.
Awhile back I wrote a tongue in cheek post about Tourists and how to Spot them. So to be fair I now present you with Travel bloggers and how to spot them.
Pack smart and only take what you need. Then unpack 20% of that. Expect things to go wrong because they will. Delayed flights, cancelled flights, bad weather and more are all part of traveling. Things are going to go wrong just pack a good book, fire up the computer or have a chat with […]
If you can’t get around the globe to visit some of the sites mentioned in Part 1 click here then don’t worry. There are plenty of strange attractions right here in the US. Here are a few places to stop on your next road trip. National Museum of Funeral HistoryImage by Mr. Kimberly via FlickrThe […]
Every year people save in order to take that one memorable trip. Whether it’s a one week or a one-month trip you want to make the most of it without any glitches. Unfortunately something usually goes wrong and it can be anything from a small inconvenience to something that can totally ruin your trip. The […]
You don’t have to pack these travel accessories on your trip but why wouldn’t you? They don’t take up much room in your luggage and they make things a lot easier. How many times have you been packing and you start to put that tube of toothpaste in your carry on only to stop and […]
Some people like tattoos, some classic cars and some motorcycles. Then there are those that like all three.
I look for interesting and unusual things to photograph when traveling and I recently saw these old houses on a trip. The photos were taken on Bantayan Island in the Philippines. These old houses were built in the late 1800′s and early 1900′s and belonged to some of the more wealthy and politically powerful people […]