The Roads You Travel

Wanderlust adventures around the world.

Where To Stay In Nara If You’ve Never Been There

  • September 6th, 2019
  • Asia, Travel
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  • Jennifer

Japan’s Nara city is an ideal haven with its free-roaming deer, crystal-clear ponds, and overhanging cherry blossoms. The general populace is friendly, the food is delectable, and the streets are filled with monuments of cultural relevance. Everyone should visit this place at least once in their lifetime. On a sudden urge, when we went to […]

A Traveler’s Guide to Sustainable Traveling in Krabi, Thailand

  • July 16th, 2019
  • Asia, Travel
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  • Jennifer

You can have a fabulous vacation while supporting the local environment. Eco-friendly travel is becoming more and more popular with hotels and resorts in Krabi looking into new ways to cater to guests who want to respect the local environment and people while still having a great vacation. Sustainable tourism in Thailand can go hand-in-hand […]

Traveler’s Guide to the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City

The Vivint Smart Home Arena in lovely Salt Lake City, Utah is constantly improving. It’s known for hosting the Utah Jazz games as well as other sporting events, but the most recent remodel also opened the door to bring in even bigger things. It sits at 6 levels and is almost always buzzing with people […]

6 places to stop on a Spanish road trip

How long does a road trip across Spain take? Well, it really depends on what you want to see and where you want to go. Spain is a huge, beautiful country with so much to discover. Driving means you’re free to go wherever you want, so here are some unmissable stop-offs for any Spanish road […]

5 Popular Masked Dance Festivals Not to Miss in Bhutan

  • March 12th, 2019
  • Asia, Travel
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  • Jennifer

Tshechu or masked dance festivals are an important part of the Bhutanese culture. The festival revolves mostly around religious aspect as it celebrates the spread of Buddhism in Bhutan by Guru Padmasambhava. The festivals are celebrated throughout the country on different months according to the Bhutanese lunar calendar. Tshechu literally means the 10th day of […]

Best Lodging in New York City, New York

There is nothing better than a city break. In the past we have featured the top places to stay in Salt Lake City, and now we turn our attention to the most famous city in the world: New York. The Big Apple is one of those places most people dream of one day living in. […]

Top 7 Mistakes to Avoid For Wilderness Survival

Whether it is a veteran or a beginner planning a trip in the woods for hunting or spending a night with friends, finding the way in the forest covered by trees in every direction can be a bit tricky. There are specific wilderness survival tips that one needs to follow to have a good time. […]

European Holiday River Cruises

Traveling to Europe for the holidays? A great alternative to appreciate the sights is to go on scenic river cruises. Europe is home to many unique cities and each river cruise will be a different experience than the last. You can avoid the tourist crowds and simply enjoy the scenery on calm waters. There are […]

Hike the Seven Tubs Recreational Area in Wilkes-Barre, PA

Wilkes-Barre is a city in North Eastern Pennsylvania, and it is the seat of Luzerne County. The Susquehanna River forms the city’s northwestern border, and Wilkes-Barre sits in the middle of the Wyoming Valley. Wilkes -Barre was founded in 1769. Throughout much of the 19th century and the first part of the 20th century, it […]

Top 7 Mistakes to Avoid For Wilderness Survival

Whether it is a veteran or a beginner planning a trip in the woods for hunting or spending a night with friends, finding the way in the forest covered by trees in every direction can be a bit tricky. There are specific wilderness survival tips that one needs to follow to have a good time. […]