activities

Whether you're a sight-seer, thrill seeker or beach lounger, activities to satisfy bucket lists of all kinds.

Trycia Lino3 days ago
Mystery Spot
Just outside Santa Cruz, California amongst the massive redwoods there is a little known place called The Mystery Spot. The place sets itself apart from time, urbanization, and gravity. Yes, gravity. ...
Laure 5 days ago
Meeting the Bats in Austin
I recently moved to Austin, Texas and I am really looking forward to discovering everything my new hometown has to offer. Watching the bats flying out at night has become a very popular thing to do in...
Jordan Murphy14 days ago
Worth the Gamble
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. I zigzag my way through the airport crowd, in between the hundreds of walks of life who came from all over the country and probably even the world to be here. So...
Jennifer York16 days ago
Ten of the Greatest Escapes in Human History
Casanova, Geronimo, and more...
Kate Adams19 days ago
New Orleans
New Orleans is well known for the Mardi Gras. People from around the country visit to dress in costume, drink, watch the parades as they go down the small streets of the French Quarter and when the po...
Kate Adams19 days ago
The Bucket List
By definition, The Bucket List is a number of experiences or adventures that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. As depicted in the movie The Bucket List with Morgan Freeman an...
John Hatanaka20 days ago
Heiwajima
It's 10 PM on a Wednesday night and I'm again walking the streets of Tokyo. A steady rain pours down on the road and the drops are light and more like a spray than a rain. As usual, I have my guitar i...
Why Napa Valley Isn’t Just for Wine Lovers
A popular destination for wine lovers everywhere is Napa, California. There are about 400 wineries total in this wine region, complete with wine tasting rooms. However, Napa—which is also known as “wi...
Kate Adams22 days ago
Welcome to Chicago
Like any large city, Chicago has an abundance of places to go, people to see, and things to do. Just a matter of what your interests are and where to start when you get there. Food was my passion grow...
Kate Adamsa month ago
Arizona Bound
Growing up, I never believed in ghosts or hauntings, until my adult years in Arizona when I decided to make a career for myself in the healthcare industry and when both my parents became ill and passe...
Rosalyn Gramsa month ago
Scotland: Walk Coast to Coast
Did you know that you can travel across Scotland, from West Coast to East Coast by walking or kayaking the total length of the man-made Forth and Clyde Canal? – no roads required!
Lisa a month ago
What Are the Best Hiking Trails in Taiwan?
There is a well-kept secret amongst serious hikers in Asia, and that is the Island of Taiwan. A relatively young landmass, it was formed four to five million years ago when the Eurasian Plate began to...
Lisa a month ago
10 Food and Drink Tours Worth Exploring Now
Some people like to go dancing. Some people think a movie is a perfect date. Well, if the thought of exotic flavors and exciting, new gastronomic experiences really gets your juices flowing, check out...
Renee Blodgetta month ago
Why Not Stay in America's Oldest Inn?
We used to go to Rhinebeck when I was a child—my grandparents had friends in the area and we always stayed in their old historical home, which came with an old fashioned red barn, that was also staine...
Kristopher Cooka month ago
Paradise: Papua New Guinea
Somewhere along the South-Western part of the Pacific you may find yourself at a loss of everything you thought held dear. The island of Papua New Guinea is as entrancing as it is a mirage of serenity...
Alissa Budzinskia month ago
Why the Yukon is Your Next Travel Stop
Yukon is a well-kept secret in the middle of fucking nowhere, Canada. As one of its 3 territories, it has a small population leaving wide expanses of untouched nature. And when I say small population,...