When it comes to natural beauty, Scotland has miles upon miles of lush landscape just waiting to be explored. From its intimidating highlands to the elusive lochs, adventure awaits anyone who travels to this rugged corner of the world. Whether you fancy hitting the water in a sea kayak or exploring the iconic castles on…
As I’m gearing up to spend a couple of weeks doing a 3000 mile road trip from LA to Maryland to follow RAAM, I’m taking a closer look at road food. The small “mom and pop” type of diners that you discover while driving back roads state-to-state across America. Even in Europe I took a couple of short road trips and found some great eats along the way. My friends there thought it was strange that I’d rather take a car then a train. But fan and follower, Sam Turner, shares my sentiment for finding tasty and casual treats such as pizza and steak frites. Here are his favorite finds …
The first time I rode in a helicopter, I was hooked. I loved the floating sensation and the view. There was only one problem: I couldn’t tell anyone about my first flight. That ride was in a police helicopter, and technically I wasn’t supposed to be there. The last words I heard before I got in were, “You can’t tell anyone about this.”
A guest post by Peter Dudley: Now that winter is on its way out and the good weather is just around the corner, many people are starting to think about their summer holidays. For some people, that means cottage country, for others it means cultural or sports events or outdoor music festivals. Many people just want to flock to the beach and get a tan.
For my wife and I, we literally head for the hills.
This month I’ll be sharing guest posts from fellow travelers featuring their “bucket list travel” story. Today’s post comes from Staci with Foodies On The Fly. And with her trapeze story, she was quite literally a foodie on the fly! She starts off with her bucket list, or “manifesto,” that inspired her to conquer her fear of heights by taking a flying trapeze class.
This is a guest post by long-time Twitter friend @TravelDesigned, known in real life as Stephanie. She is a travel consultant that specializes in destination weddings and group travel. She is also the founder of the Twitter hashtag, #MexMondays. If you’re planning a wedding (as I am!) and are looking for tips, I’ll be posting several guest blogs this month from experts in the industry for this month’s theme, March Me Down The Aisle!