stumbleupon Travel for free or next to nothing? Who’s kidding whom? Is that even possible? We assure you, it’s very much possible. People do it all the time. You just have to know how. Join Volunteer Programs There are many volunteer organizations that’ll allow you to travel to the country of your choice and pay you for it, besides. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Explore Other Cheap Travel Options 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. EXTRA: Do not forget a good travel insurance before you go We highly recommend to get a good travel insurance as most likely your standard health insurance won’t work abroad. Travel Tip Shared by Teena Celis Adrenalin.com.au
Natura Vive’s Hotel Room Above Peru’s Sacred Valley Peru’s mountainside “adventure suites” look perfectly vertigo-inducing. Vertically inclined travelers in Peru’s Sacred Valley now have the option of waking up 1,300 feet up a cliff face. The Natura Vive adventure company has rigged three pods they call the Skylodge Adventure Suites on the side of mountain outside Cusco, where for $290 you can spend the night in a translucent plastic shell where not looking down isn’t really an option. The journey there is no billy goat trail. The suites themselves look quite cozy. More photos and video, below: More good reads from T+L: • In Photos: the Lava Fields, Snow-Capped Peaks, and Lunar Landscapes of Iceland • Inspiration Overload: Birds-Eye Photos of Breathtaking Destinations • America’s Best Cities for Festivals Did you enjoy this article? Share it.
www.businessinsider 20 majestuosas cuevas alrededor del mundo Una cueva o caverna es una cavidad natural del terreno causada por algún tipo de erosión de corrientes de agua, hielo o lava, A veces se forma por la combinación de varios de estos factores. Estas cuevas de alrededor del mundo muestran lo imponentes que pueden ser estos recovecos de la tierra. 1. Cueva de hielo glaciar Vatnaekyudl 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
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Stairway to Hell, Hashima Island, Japan - World's Scariest Stairs By Matt Bell All is right with the world when you’re gazing down from the rooftop of Milan’s Duomo. That is, until you remember the steep marble stairs that got you there—and are your only way down. Stairways can leave just as much of an impact on your memory as the places they lead you. Some are so eye-catching they look like they belong in an M.C. In Peru, for instance, travelers need to tackle about 600 feet of slippery granite rocks carved into the mountainside to reach the Moon Temple at Machu Picchu. All it takes is a misstep for any old staircase to become treacherous (just ask Jennifer Lawrence), yet some standout for being especially scary. Travelers with nerves of steel—and eager for bragging rights—follow these stairs because of what they find at the end, whether a sacred Hindu temple or the top of a spectacular waterfall.
andrewhy So there is a secret to planning a RTW (round the world) trip that is pretty bold: the only thing holding you back is time. I want to help you make the idea of a round the world trip into a reality. Time is by far the most ‘expensive’ part of a RTW trip. The second part of the secret? You know this. Ok, game on. Lets take a deep breath and remember what travel is about in one picture. So here is your 5 simple steps for doing a RTW trip: Step 1: Where do you dream of going? Cool, now take that list, and go there. Step 2: Time is king. Travel is fun. Step 3: Read the synopsis in guidebooks, then leave them at home. I hate the guidebooks. Step 4: Budget, save and book. If I were to ask you to give me blue colored books next week, and it would save my life, do you think you can find them? You need to save for this trip. Start now. A bit tricky. This is annoying because I have to lie, and I don’t like to lie. Ok, to budget. Step 5: Set goals and act / Learn how to smile. Smiling is good.
Explore Norway Ticket - plan your trip Widerøe has more than 40 destinations in Norway. Take a look at the routemap below to get an idea of connections and hubs. When searching for connections, it may be better to separate the journey into single legs. First to the hub and then on to the desired destination. Terms You may fly as much as you like, but not more than 4 times on each segment. Zones "Zone Southern Norway" cover all destinations south of and to / from Trondheim "Zone Nordland" includes Trondheim, Nord-Trøndelag, Nordland and to / from Tromso "Zone Finnmark" covers the whole Finnmark and includes Sørkjosen and Tromsø in Troms Check availability on flights Hubs Oslo Airport, Gardermoen: We can offer direct flights to the Fjords (Sogndal, Sandane, Florø, Førde and Ørsta/Volda), to Røros and to Helgeland (Brønnøysund and Sandnessjøen). We have divided the country into 3 zones, and you can choose between traveling in one zone, two zones or the whole of Norway. International connections to Norway Getting around
www.supermoney Traveling is complicated. From packing the luggage “just right” to hustling your way through busy airports, getting ready for a trip is never simple. But we’ve scoured the web for sixty ways to make your next trip a whole lot easier. We especially like #46s Chapstick trick! 1. Roll your clothes instead of folding. Here’s a nice video on how to pack like a pro. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. Put your camera on a tripod Take about 15 pictures about every 10 seconds Open them all in Photoshop from File->Scripts->Statistics Choose “median.” 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. Most WiFi networks has the blocker designed to let images through, maybe because they are hotlinking some images on the page where they ask for you to log in. 60. Whatsbusy shows which security lines at the airport are busy.
matadornetwork Hungary, a landlocked country in Central Europe, is rich with history and national pride. About a quarter of Hungary’s 10 million residents live within the metropolitan area of the capital, Budapest. While many Hungarians have spent the cold winters learning how to drink pálinka on a bar stool, the country’s real beauty lies outside of the pub walls. 1. 2. 3. 4. BOKODI by Arthur Burming on 500px 5. 6. Follow the red by László Gál on 500px 7. 8. Frosty Lace by Csilla Zelko on 500px 9. 10. Brilliant night by Mark Kats on 500px 11. Red October by Viktor Egyed on 500px 12. Foggy Budapest by Csilla Zelko on 500px
26 Killer Travel Gadgets Every Geek Needs Update: For even more kick ass gadgets, check out Another 26 Travel Gadgets Every Geek Needs. I admit it: I’m a tech-head. I love gadgets and I love to travel. Anywho, I run through my checklist of essential gear every time I travel: laptop? I started doing some digging and realized I’ve been missing out in a big way. #1: De-Pooify Your Water Supply If you’re not a big fan of drinking animal droppings with your river water while hiking or on the go, the MSR Miox water filter is all you need to de-pooify a steady, virtually unlimited, potable water supply. #2: Gorillapod The Gorillapod. #3: A Hammock for Your ‘lectronics It’s tough to tell from their German language website, but this 2001: A Space Odyssey-esque device is, as Gadling puts it, “a hammock to keep your small electronics from falling to their death while hanging from oddly-placed outlets.” #4: Laser Virtual Keyboard #5: A Real Global Cell Phone My cell phone can beat up your cell phone. #6: … or this Other Real Global Cell Phone
Erna Y Hrefna, Las Gemelas Islandesas En Unas Inquietantes Fotos De Ariko Inaoka Erna y Hrefna son dos hermanas gemelas que viven en Islandia y cada año reciben a una visitante muy especial desde Japón: La fotógrafa Ariko Inaoka. Cada verano desde 2009 ha estado viajando a Islandia para fotografiar a la pareja y documentar sus progresos en la adolescencia y su especial relación mutua. Inaoka conoció a las hermanas en 2006, cuando tenían 6 años y se presentaron a un casting para una sesión fotográfica que Inaoka estaba preparando. Volvieron a coincidir en 2009 para comenzar este proyecto, y la fotógrafa espera que continúe hasta que las gemelas cumplan los 16. “He oído a menudo que los gemelos idénticos están conectados entre ellos telepáticamente. Más información en: aarriikkoo (via: slate) “Siempre están juntas.” “Cuando hablan, una empieza una frase, la otra continúa en la mitad y la primera la termina, todo esto de forma muy natural” “También me cuentan que a veces tienen los mismos sueños” Practican ballet cinco días a la semana, y tienen casi las mismas notas.
10 Essential Tools for Practical Travelers I grew up traveling. My dad was a manufacturer’s representative in home furnishings, which meant he did a tour of all the furniture stores in the Midwest every few months. In the summers, we went with him, exploring the tiniest of Midwestern towns while he showed the fall line in some Main Street furniture store. After college, I headed to London. When you travel this much, especially on a tight budget, you learn to be “self-contained” — you need to carry everything you might need, but you also need to keep it light and manageable. Here are a few of the things I’ve picked up over the years that have a special place in my packing list. 1. The key to traveling cheap and light is doing your own laundry as you go. Instead, pick up a travel clothesline. Bonus tip: Avoid cotton clothes, which wrinkle, dry slowly, and offer poor insulation. 2. Bonus tip: Get a clock with a built-ion flashlight, or even a really strong glowing face. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. That’s my list of essentials.