Motorhome Buying Tips

  If you are thinking about buying a motorhome, that still leaves you with a whole host of decisions about the particular type of vehicle you want: specifically, how are you going to be using your motorhome; what size and performance does the vehicle need to be; what layout is likely to suit your purposes; have you already decided [...]


Opting for the Certified Car

If you’re in the market for a new car, trips to a dealership or two will likely dominate your weekends until you find the perfect car for you. If your wish list includes a late model used car, you might see the word “certified” plastered on certain cars in the dealership while you’re browsing. What exactly does this [...]

North America

Events in Seattle this Fall

Seattle is very beautiful in the Fall, that crisp autumnal air wafting the scent of pumpkin spice lattes alone makes a trip into the city worth it. But for those of you looking for more interesting and diverse events that only Seattle can offer, here is a brief list. Decibel Festival For over 10 years the Decibel Festival has been Seattle’s [...]


Best Islands to Visit in Europe

  Santorini This highly recognised, stunning Greek island looks like a postcard with a backdrop of colourful architecture perched high on cliffs which are surrounded by the magnificent Aegean Sea. Santorini is a unique island with exceptional character, history, culture and beauty. Known for its breathe-taking sunsets and romantic charm, [...]


5 Places You Should Visit This Year

  1. Marrakech Marrakech is one of the largest cities in Morocco and undoubtedly the most beloved by tourists after the capital. It surely gives lots of interesting places to see and things to do. First of all, choose a luxury riad in marrakech medina (like Riad Al Loune) instead of a classical hotel, if you really want to enjoy the typical [...]


A New Year in London for the Newbie

  As an avid traveler and lover of new destinations and experiences, there was no way I could call myself well- traveled without popping over to Good Ol’ J.O.E (Jolly Old England). The questions that flooded my mind were: If the many statues and other representatives of religious art could talk, what would they share? Could the city [...]