Intense traveling can lead to a temporary fatigue, where every temple, tomb, and bazaar looks similar. If you feel like you’ve seen it all, I encourage you to attend the annual Vegetarian Festival in Phuket. Vegetarian Festival in Phuket No matter how many times you’ve experienced it, you have yet to see all that can protrude out of a human… Read More
Cultural travel can be one of the most rewarding ways to travel. Immersing culture of a destination gives you a better understanding of each place you visit.
Travel is becoming an integral part of many people’s lives. It’s a way for people to unwind, reconnect with the ones they love, and step away from the pressures of 21st century living. To us, a life well lived is a life well travelled, but that doesn’t mean it’s about visiting a lot of destinations and checking off countless bucket list… Read More
At Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen is the second oldest amusement park in the world. Located near the central station of Copenhagen and, as we found out, is a must-visit for anyone traveling to the city. We didn’t know much about Tivoli Gardens when arriving in Copenhagen. Our Go Ahead Tours guide Derek told us all that we should visit the theme… Read More
Taking the Myanmar train was one of those things that we just had to do. Prior to arriving in the country, we heard from fellow travellers about how great and adventurous these journeys could get. We were encouraged and warned at the same time about the amazing experience, but also by the ordeals that one could face on such as a… Read More
I first became interested in visiting Rio favelas when Dave was working on The Hulk in 2007. Some of the cast and crew flew down to Rio to film the opening scene where Edward Norton was chased through the slums of the city. Pacifying Favelas in Rio de Janiero When watching the colourful community built on the side of a… Read More
The Meteora monasteries of Greece will take your breath away. Carved by wind and rain over thousands of years, Meteora’s landscape is unique with massive stone spires reaching to the sky. Atop dozens of magnificent rock monoliths are ancient monasteries dating back to the 9th century. The hermit monks that first settled Meteora couldn’t walk up stairs or over bridges to access the monasteries, they… Read More