Professional photographer and videographer Aaron Michelson has seen a lot of the world but considers his birthplace of Hong Kong to be his home. The 30-year-old holds a US passport thanks to his parents and spent time in the United...
With its gorgeous mountains, breathtaking hills, and glaciers as old as time, it’s not hard to see why New Zealand is such a popular destination for tourists from all around the world. True, getting there might require some planning...
Melbourne was named the world’s most liveable city 7 years in a row from 2011 and 2017, and for good reason. Melbourne is an eccentric city filled to the brim with world-class restaurants, cultural diversity, and extraordinary art and...
In recent years, more Australians than ever are crossing the ditch to pay a visit to the land of the Kiwis. A record total of 1.5 million Aussies visited New Zealand last year, with more than a million of...
The lingo of the yacht charter market can be overwhelmingly difficult to understand. If you are a beginner you must always take a proper course in this regard. But, if you are simply planning for a nice cozy vacation...
exploring jandía

Exploring Jandía

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How could I forego the invitation to visit Punta Jandía, Fuertventura’s southern tip. I’d already passed up the opportunity to visit Villa Winter and the village of Cofete due to the nature of the drive. But I was reassured...
On Thursday, I caught the bus to the Spanish seaside town of Gran Tarajal on Fuerteventura’s east coast. I knew I was in for an adventure, the bus journey alone amounting to almost an hour of door to door...
The United States has a lot to offer a person whether you are going for business or pleasure. As far as business goes, there is Silicon Valley, the hub of all things technology-related, and there are other financial hubs....
The Calima: I knew it would happen if I stayed here long enough. Maybe that is why I choose to be here for a whole month. I wanted to test how I would handle it. Periodically, the Canary Islands get...
Feeling energetic this morning, I set off for Playa Chica, the lovely beach in the Los Pozos quarter of Puerto del Rosario. It was about 10am and the cool northerly wind aside – which had caused locals to don...