EXCITED! Why?! My crew to Costa Rica was basically my first group trip under Sol Journey Travel!! 🎉🎉🎉
We had a great time despite the rainy season and weather! I can’t thank these folks enough for trusting me and taking this journey with me!! 💕 .
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Creativity clearly wasn’t a priority when it came to naming Joshua Tree monuments 🤦🏻♀️
Travel Tip: This trail is a loop about 2 Miles long with some shaded areas, making it easy to hike even in the heat of the day. Try to do longer more strenuous hikes in the morning and evening and save easy sites like this for the daytime to avoid heatstroke. 🔥
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Ibiza redux: No island vacation is complete without a beautiful sunset. The most popular place on Ibiza to catch the sun dropping into the Mediterranean is the town of San Antonio (Cafe Del Mar and Cafe Mambo are good). But for our money, there is no better spot than the relaxing Experimental Beach. Great food, delicious cocktails, lounge chairs, umbrellas, and great music make it an ideal setting. The views aren’t bad either 😉. 🌅🍣🥂☀️⛱🌊🇪🇸 #ExperimentalBeach#Ibiza#Spain ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #FourStarLife
Royal Swans 👑 these beauts have the Queen’s blessing, which means if you see one sunbathing on a commuter train track... you can bet your ass you’re gonna be late, ‘cause they pull rank #stoplookingatmeswan
Location Based Jobs to do While Traveling: Summer Camp Counselor!
Much like a resort, but usually for kids. There are camps in most industrialized countries – and several in developing nations, too – looking for counselors! We’re not just talking outdoor activities camp. There are language camps, math camps, sports camps, and more.
Pros: Some camps are in gorgeous locales. And even when they aren’t, you’re getting paid to see a cool new place during “high season” when you otherwise might not afford to go. Also, it’s likely the camp will be willing and able to sort out any necessary visa for you. Many of these traveling jobs require no experience if you have a reference who knows you’re good with kids.
Cons: Working with kids rarely pays impressively. And you’re giving up your summer to work.
Click the link in bio for more ways to work while traveling!
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Our new biz cards are in. Now we have something to give everyone who asks what we are filming or if we are travel vloggers! #travel#tpftravel#traveltips www.tpftravel.com
The world's highest tides (50 feet!) are at Burntcoat Head Park in Nova Scotia - to get the full experience, look up the tide times online and go both at high tide and at low tide. Bring boots - you'll need them if you want to do some proper exploring at low tide. Stick around for the beautiful sunset too!
Roma! Day one we got soaked as we got our bearings around town and visited some of the famous squares, fountains and the Spanish steps. Luckily we were able to take refuge in a couple of pretty churches and the Pantheon's amazing interior. We arrived in Rome prepared for massive crowds and queues but with a few tips we managed to avoid the worst of it. Our day in the Vatican was largely spent in the museum, a humongous maze filled with incredible collections or art and artefacts on par with the best we've seen anywhere. If you don't want to spend hours queuing to get in, arrive mid afternoon and make sure when you end at the Sistine Chapel, exit through a tour group door to the right (not the general exit - thanks Jono!). This will take you direct to St Peter's Basilica without having to queue again. St Peter's is not to be missed, I'm not big on cathedrals but this one certainly captured my attention. It is enormous and incredibly detailed. In our final day we bought a combined ticket for the Colosseum, Forum and Palatine hill - by purchasing it at the entrance to the Palatine you save yourself a lot of time and avoid the lengthy Colosseum queues. By visiting the excellent former palace and forum sites first, you can then wander directly into the Colosseum later in the afternoon. Our last act in Rome was to board a sleeper train bound for Germany. We really loved Italy, thank you for an amazing two weeks! Arrivederci!
📆 The 2019 Crowd Calendar is available on mainstreettourist.com! But how useful are they? Are they helpful when planning your Walt Disney World vacation? Let's discuss!
Crowd Calendars - Should I Use Them?
My face when I re-remember we’re going to Italy tomorrow
The flight from Toronto to Rome is about eight hours, and it’s a red eye, so we’re going straight from our offices to the airport. Lots of people dislike longer flights, but Jodie and I low key love flying together because it means hours of uninterrupted hangout time. Also, in my mind, being on the plane means vacation has officially started, meaning wine, movies and chilling.
How do you feel about taking long flights? Love it or hate it?