Archive for July, 2013
If you are considering taking a family vacation, you might want to keep in mind that American families spend an average of 1100 dollars per person to get away from it all. While there certainly are closer to home vacations that cost considerably less than that, there are also international getaways that cost far more.
The point is, no matter how you look at it, any vacation is expensive. For most American families, spending even 500 bucks on a modest weekend getaway is nothing to take lightly. After all, that is more than enough to make an auto payment, and maybe a utility or two. Unfortunately, the United States is the only wealthy nation in the world that does not guarantee full time employees paid vacation time.
Among the 21 wealthiest countries in the world, the United States ranks dead last in
There seems to be some confusion these days about the purpose of online travel videos. Some people are disappointed by their content, while some die hard travelers avoid them like the plague. These misconceptions can be easily avoided by realizing the true goal of travel videos and using them responsibly, like a precision screwdriver, or the Constitution.
Travel videos are NOT… going to spoil the trip for you. These videos show you highlights of a location, of course, but one video could not possibly show you everything there is to see and do in one country, or even in one city. Think of how many things there are to do in your own city, and how many of those things you have actually done, then imagine how many more things there are to discover in someplace you have never been. Do it. Imagine it now. Se