~Autumn Belongs To Europe~

The autumn begins to make its presence felt and the melancholy of September begins to spread gradually on every forgotten beach. The leaves begin to fall, the weather becomes chilly and the first winter clothes rises again after several months. Any time of year, however, can be beautiful if we choose to enjoy it in…

Grand Canyon: A Life Trip to the Great Gorge

There are certain things in life that we think once in a while, and we realize their immense value and the purpose of our existence. The Grand Canyon is one of them. I am not referring to objects but to the primitive matter that has been inhabiting our Earth for millions of years. Rocks, mountains…

~My Travel To Bali~

2 years ago I traveled to Indonesia, Bali. I went to Bali and I lived in Ubud city for 6 days. So today, I came up with and idea. I decide to make a review from my travel. I will leave you every link for the company I took the tickets, the camera and even…

~A Night With Aurora Borealis~

An article I wrote for the travel magazine I am working for. Hope you will like it ”The experiences, the trips you have made to your life, will never be completed if you do not, even once, see the Northern Lights. You may have heard them as Aurora Borealis. It is the most beautiful phenomenon…

Travelling is the Best and the Worst Thing

Written by Megan Hardy Travel is the Best. Until You Stop Talking about travelling was a lot easier than booking a flight. Most of my Friday nights were spent enjoying a few beers and fantasising about all the places I could venture. By the third or fourth pint, it always seemed so simple. ‘Yes, that’s…

The 7 Best Countries for Solo Travel

1. Spain If I was travelling solo to Spain I’d book onto a two-week minimum Spanish language course, to pick up a few sentences and mates, and then take it from there. Spanish people are known for being super friendly and chatty, and if you can speak the local language you’ll make friends more easily….

7 Essential Ways To Feel More Alive

Empty. Numb. Disconnected. Bored. These are among the most common complaints that permeate people in modern culture, and which I hear every day among my clients and course members. And they all have one thing in common: they’re symptoms of being disconnected internally from your innate sense of aliveness. So how do you feel more…