Visa requirements vary from country to country and depend upon your nationality and the intent of your visit. When moving abroad, your visa is the second most important document, besides a valid passport. Discover how to properly select the right visa, how to apply for a visa, and how to avoid scams when applying for a visa.
If you’re a planner like myself, you’re probably thinking: I want to live abroad, but what should I do once I get there? Fortunately, you have several options. Some are more easily accessible than others, this will depend upon the country you wish to move to. But not to worry, I will explain everything and hopefully this should clear up any worries.
Planning your next big trip abroad? Maybe you’ve never even been on a long-haul flight before. Flights upwards of 7 hours can be utterly exhausting, especially when jet lag starts to kick in at hour 14. Not to worry, I’ve got you covered with these top 10 airport hacks to make your travels smooth and comfortable all the way from take off to landing.
I like to decompress in solitude, but I also find it very exhausting carrying on conversations with strangers. Can you relate? Yet, isn’t meeting and chatting with new people inevitable and what backpacking is all about? This “Who am I going to meet in this new city or hostel?”, is something I expect and genuinely always look forward to. As an introvert, it’s a difficult balance for me. These 6 tips have changed my life forever as an introverted traveler, and I know they can change yours too!
Depicting India’s historic Mughal architecture, the Taj Mahal is definitely worth a quick stop-over visit if you are traveling in India, especially to/from Delhi or Varanasi.
It is also worth dedicating an entire day (but no less than 4 hours) to this visit, as the entrance process can take some time, and well, it’s just a beautiful site to witness.
Visiting Toul Sleng (S-21) and The Cheung Ek Killing Fields makes for an emotionally charged day filled with eye-opening experiences about Cambodian history and the Khmer Rouge. There are many sites considered to be “Killing Fields” all across Cambodia, however, just on the outskirts of Phnom Penh lies Cheung Ek, one of the a largest sites and remains protected and available for visitors.