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Sometimes a piece of information makes a big difference! When traveling, cultural sensitivity is a must. Dress code is a great example.
If you dress in a culturally appropriate way and adhere to basic customs, not only will you be treating locals with respect but you will also enrich your own travel experience.
When traveling in Morocco’s Marrakech (especially the Medina), knees, chests, and shoulders should be covered. LoosSan Francisco
Riding one for the first time felt a bit like riding a rollercoaster. The cars go up and down the hills and stop in the middle of the street as passengers hop on and off.
Halloween may be over, but fear not, thrill seekers! You can still find out what goes bump in the night.
If you find yourself in New York City, check out this list of the Big Apple's top 5 ghost tours. Whether you want to follow in Edgar Allen Poe’s final footsteps or learn about the old execution grounds at Washington Square Park, there’s a tour for everyoneMaine, USA
Maine is famous for its historic lighthouses. The oldest and most famous of these is the Portland Headlight, which started to guide ships into Portland Harbor in 1791 and is still in operation today.
If, like me, you are captivated by the Portland Headlight’s history and lonely elegance, follow this link for a list of other must-see lighthouses in Maine.Lyon, France
France has some of the best food in the world, and Lyon has some of the best food in France.
Two hours by TGV southeast of Paris, Lyon is renowned for its Michelin star restaurants, picturesque buildings, and unbeatable farmer’s market.
Follow the link for more information about Lyon as well as itinerary suggestions for a day trip to the heart of France’sTonsai beach in Krabi South Thailand
For vegetarian travelers, finding food on the go can be a struggle. Not so in Ghent, a vibrant university city in Belgium home to the Thursday Veggie Day. This weekly event raises awareness about the health and environmental benefits of eating less meat.
Participating restaurants have gained quite a reputation for serving up some tasty veggie treats. Follow the link to lPenang Island in Malaysia is sometimes referred to as the “street food capital of Asia.” Most arrive via Penang International Airport and travel on to Georgetown via taxi or bus (30-40 minutes). Once you’ve arrived, the sheer quantity of food options can be overwhelming.
For a list of Penang’s best street stalls and famous cuisines such as the iconic Char Koay Teow (a stBrighton, UK
Need a break from London’s hectic bustle? The beach town of Brighton is about 50 minutes by train from London Victoria and London Bridge stations. Famous attractions include The Lanes, a vibrant neighborhood of winding alleys and little shops.
To visit the Lanes, exit Brighton Station and walk south down Queen’s Road for a few blocks. Turn left onto North SIf you've been following international news recently, you'll know that Thailand's King Bumhibol Adulyadej passed away on October 13th, 2016 at the age of 88. To find out more about this monarch, who ruled Thailand for 70 years, check out this interesting obituary belowHere's a great loop route for people roadtripping in Montana, especially with kids.
Highlights include Crystal Park, Lewis and Clark Caverns, and the ghost towns of Bannack and Virginia City. This writer's top pick for food on this route is the Old Hotel in Twin Bridges. This restaurant, located in a beautiful, renovated hotel that's almost 150 years old, offers a fantasLondon is known for its rich theater culture. It’s also known for sky-high prices. However, it’s possible to get tickets to popular shows on the cheap. For example, I’m a big fan of buying day tickets. Each theater has different rules, but the basic idea is you turn up when the box office opens the morning of the show and are able to purchase a limited number of tickets atIn recent years, the barcade trend has flourished in the US. Pairing craft beer with the Generation X nostalgia, these arcade bars allow young professionals to relive their youth playing games like Pac-Man, Centipede, and Donkey Kong.
Barcades can be found across the US, but if you're a game lover and find yourself in San Francisco, check out this list: https://thecultuWhen traveling in Thailand on a budget, try overnight sleeper trains! Beds are clean and comfortable, and you’ll get to your destination without wasting daylight or paying for a hotel or plane ticket.
Two-berth, private 1st class cars are available. However, my top pick is the communal 2nd class cars.
Seats in 2nd class cost less and offer a chance to meet locals and oHistory buffs will strike gold traveling through Southwest Montana.
Visit Virginia City. This ghost town was Montana’s first capital and offers a firsthand look into the state’s mining past.
Pan for gold, sample homemade taffy at the old-fashioned sweets shop, or take a guided tour to learn all about the town’s colorful founders. During the summer, Virgnia City hosts aThe New Jersey State Museum is probably the single must important attraction to visit when you're in New Jersey.
A site which many New Jersyians probably have never visited (but should), it's an important part of New Jersey and American history.
From fossils to fine art, from Native American tools to the finest silver, from quilts to comets, from prehistory to the futuFrom the name, Kad Luang Market means a very big market in Thai.
It is the old market of Chiang Mai which consists of Warorot Market and Ton Lum Yai Market. The market is a hot spot of Chiang Mai travel for those who want to see daily life of locals.
Here, you can find varieties of Northern Traditional food such as Nam Prik Noom, Kaeb Moo, and curries which can enjoy y