Portugese news asserts that Portugese airports served over three millon people during July of 2011. International travelers looking for vacations that are a bit more adventurous will pleased to find a plethora of vacation options awaiting them. Among these are glamping, treehouse holidays, villas in Spain, or a Scottish holiday cottage. Of all of the quirky places to stay, the most fun may be had by spending a holiday in a tipi or holiday in a yurt. Whatever the international vacationer desires in regards to vacation lodging, there is everything from a tiny tipi to Villas in Spain available for their holiday enjoyment.
Although many travelers are certain to enjoy villas in Spain, yurts are unique dwellings with intriguing roots. Yurts are somewhat similar to the tipis of Native American tribes. Like tipis, yurts are made from animal skins, and are portable homes that are common among Asian nomads, and Birkenstock donning hippies in Ithaca, NY. Given that Mongolia is the largest country in the world that is not bordered by water, Nomads traveled by land and took their homes with them. Some travelers still prefer the comforts of more traditional lodging such as villas in Spain, cabins, or cottages. However, one can still be a bit uncoventional by planning a stay in a converted church or converted train car.
Villas in Spain, however, remain very popular. For vacationers who envision themselves wasting away their days at the local watering holes of Barcelona, or sipping from their wine flasks over the goring of famous toreadors, there is a Villa in Spain to satisfy their inner Hemingways. Just be certain to stay a safe distance from firearms.