I’m one of those travelers who’s not easily affected by motion sickness. I don’t get sea-sick nor road sick as easily. But still, I have my limits. There was a time my friends and I had to travel from Batan Island to Itbayat over turbulent waves. Swells reaching up at least a story high that even local Ivatans get wary. Just to make sure, I popped in a Bonamine chewable an hour before our boat ride just to keep my dizziness in check throughout the journey. I don’t do it often but it gave me peace-of-mind (and tummy) as I travel across seas this time.
It has been a year since the first report of a Zika virus outbreak and concerns surrounding the threat are still in the air. Countries such as Brazil and Singapore are still in the process of limiting the spread of Zika. Steps to prevent another outbreak of serious cases of Zika are being taken in various other countries.
If you are traveling to Zika infected countries, taking extra precautions is still a necessary thing to do. While there are no more outbreaks to worry about, the spread of Zika virus is still happening around the world. To help you prepare better, here is some advice you need to know about traveling to Zika infected countries.
If you live in New York but never have the time to go anywhere because of your busy schedule, you should take a break from work. However, if you want to tour the concrete jungle for the first time, having a local’s touring guide will be more than beneficial.
Here are some things you should do in the Big Apple.
Let’s just get one thing out of the way – beds are boring. They just are.
We spent on average 8 hours a day in our beds – that’s a full third of our entire life – just lying around on the same boring sheets, drooling on the same dull pillow, hugging the same tedious teddy bear.
Now as much as it pains me to say – we all have to sleep. It is an unavoidable weakness we all share as puny humans. But when and where we sleep doesn’t have to be so dull does it? Imagine waking up to a different view for a change.
Travel has been a part of human lives for centuries. While it has not always been an economic phenomenon that employs millions of people per year, tourism has always been something we have done to relax, to learn, and ultimately to get away. As technology has evolved, so has tourism. Fortunately for modern travelers, the two growing industries work well together.
There are certain places in specific countries that define them. Some come easily to mind, with the Eiffel Tower in Paris or the Le Arch De Triumph in the same country. The Egyptians have the pyramids or the famous gold markets and Italy has their museums, the Vatican and of course the ever famous leaning tower. Singapore is no different from this, and there are many Singapore tourist attractions that you must visit, packed into a small island nation. A dynamic Asian city that is at the forefront of technology and innovation, Singapore offers unforgettable holiday adventures for the entire family. Amidst a dazzling cityscape you will also find fascinating cultural attractions that provide a unique insight into the city’s rich history and multicultural society.