Vacay In Vallarta: Puerto Vallarta

Posted on 11 July 2019 (0)

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Named after Ignacio Vallarta, the Mexican beach is located on the Pacific Ocean’s Bay of the Banderas. Even though the city became official in 1859, there is evidence such as maps, sailing logs and other coastal markers that suggest the city of Puerto Vallarta dates to 580 BC. In the 18th century, this town started growing from the small fishing town it was and into a city. By the 1950’s the city was visited frequently by writers and artists looking for an escape from the US. And in 1973 the city began opening its arms to tourists by a big boom in the hotel industry. By the end of the 1980’s the town had over 41 five-star hotels. And now it is referred to as La Ciudad Más Amigable del Mundo (The Friendliest City in the World).

This city is a perfect destination for the right mix of relaxation and exploration. Take a stroll along the Malecon, a walkway that runs along the coast of the Banderas Bay. The Malecon is a great place to enjoy local food, check out art pieces, see some street performances, and is the home of some of the most iconic landmarks of Puerto Vallarta, Los Arcos and the red brick Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe.


Travel Must Haves For Seniors Going On A Vacation

Posted on 15 March 2019 (0)

Travel is said to be difficult in old age. Anticipating visiting companions in another nation? Arranging a shoreline trip? Feeling supercharged for hiking? Why not?

Be that as it may, however, your body needs some additional care now, after so long of wear and tear. So keep in mind to pack these couple of basics before you depart for your trip.

1. Important Documents

Check two to three times, and fourfold watch that you have your visa before you go to the air terminal. Additionally, ensure that your international ID is legitimate for no less than a half year from your date of movement. Bear in mind all other critical reports like travel protection, visas, e-tickets, and lodging appointments in addition to other things. In case you’re well informed and have everything on your telephone, make sure to have your telephone completely charged before leaving on your experience!

2. All Prescribed Medications and A Basic First Aid Kit

This is another outright should have. Approach your specialist for an additional solution of your prescription on the off chance that you broaden your excursion. Convey the solution in their unique bundle, the specialist’s remedy, and specialist’s name with his/her contact number. Also, keep an emergency treatment pack so you don’t need to hysterically advance toward a drug store or lose valuable occasion time searching for essential arrangement when a minor occurrence happens.

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3. Extra: Pair of Prescription Glasses and Batteries for Hearing Aids

Keep an additional pair of glasses just in case that you happen to break or harm the one you are utilizing coincidentally. When you’re abroad, it’s hard to get another get an eye test and request the new match of glasses in a split second. Moreover, if you wear portable amplifiers, put save batteries in your bag pack. Finding a particular size/battery isn’t generally a simple errand, especially in case you’re heading off to a remote territory or a nation you don’t talk the dialect of.


French Culture and Paris Travelling

Posted on 12 December 2018 (0)

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Most people associate French culture with Paris, which is a center of fashion, cuisine, art, and architecture.  Some would say that the City of Lightis a place where time stands still, while others would talk about its fairytale-like appearance. Fortunately, I had the chance to see the capital of France myself. The first place in Paris that I truly got to know was the district where my language school was.

During my studies at Eurocentres, I often walked through the Latin Quarter and I discovered the true beauty of the place where the old and new collided. The old buildings from the baroque and medieval era are now mixed with modern buildings that were built mostly for the students who reside in the area. The quarter is bisected by the Boulevard St. Michel and the Boulevard St. Germain. When you take a walk along the Boulevard St. Michel you will see the Place St. André des Arts which was a gathering place for many French artists that resided in the bistros, coffee shops and restaurants that still dot the place.  After some time of walking along the Boulevard St. Michel, you will reach the second main artery of the area, Boulevard St. Germain.


Top Ten Romantic Spots In The World

Posted on 03 October 2018 (0)

When you choose a spot it will explain the nature of your romance. In that case, the world is full of awesome and stunning destinations. Following are the ten places that people consider are the most perfect place for a romantic getaway.


A trip to Bali is not only scenic but also has some cool and uncommon things to do, which is more of a romantic escape. It will take you meandering through the rich rice fields, cuddling up at the shoreline at sunset, and even over the clouds on a helicopter ride. On the off chance that you and your other half like heights that is

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Easter Island

Witness the brightness of a sunset near the lone Moai of Hanga Roa. Sunsets certainly add to set up a perfect romantic mood. Easter Island’s statues additionally include a touch of appeal and merit seeing close up. This is the ideal place for couples who have a craving for finding the world together!

Ushuaia, Argentina

This place perfectly fits the romantic quote “I will love you till the end of the world”. Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, therefore it surely fits perfectly the term “End of the World”. For the romantic pair, this could likewise be the start of all that they need to wind up as a couple.

Bangkok, Thailand

Exploring sanctuaries, traveling on a tuk-tuk, the present local culture at streets, and the stunning view of the skyscrapers certainly enhances the beauty of this place. Moreover, the city that never does and stops to captivate keeping you busy with trying local flavors at the street markets and awesome eateries. At the day’s end, you and your sweetie can have an unwinding Thai back rub, preparing you both for a romantic trip to the Chao Phraya River.


Top 5 Lovely Places In France To Visit

Posted on 14 September 2018 (0)

France boasts of scenic places you can visit for your next vacation with your family or friends, and for years France has been a center for tourism. France is known for her magnificent architecture, fountains, sea, nice marketplaces as well as her deep rich in history and culture, and of course her mouthwatering delicacies and wine.

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Paris is not just popular for being the capital of France, but also for her beauty, no surprise it has attracted an influx of tourists. The river Seine flowing through Paris into Le Havre is such a beauty to behold, you will also love to visit Champs-Élysées, famous for her luxury shops, cafes, and theatres.

Paris host different people across all works of lives during the “Bastille Day military parade” in Champs-Élysée. At the western part of Champs-Élysée, is the “Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile”- Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile is rich in history, commissioned by Emperor Napoleon in 1806 after the victory at Austerlitz.



Lille is situated at the north of France and is regarded as the fifth largest city in France. Lille has one of the largest museums in France, the Palais des Beaux-Arts, which contains a lot of paintings seized from churches and cities that were taken over by France revolutionary armies.

The heart of Lille is the grand place, considered as a busy area; it is popular for her historic buildings also with an avalanche of cafes and terraces. The historical building, Ville bourse contains a courtyard where trading takes place, you can go there to buy a genre of books.