Not that many people travel to another country. Travel tip number one would be to get good insurance, I haven’t been to Nepal but Tibet is very similar and health care is pretty basic by our standards in a lot of places and the altitude sure takes some getting used to if you are a coastal dweller :). Travel light and be prepared to enjoy the people and the country and you will have a ball especially if you make an effort to meet the locals. The next morning, after my travel insurance travel companions and I had a tasty dinner down at the lodge and spent a night in the canoer cabins, we finished organizing our gear, transferring canned foods to reusable plastic containers (because cans aren’t allowed in the Boundary Waters-read the BWCAW rules ) and watched the Boundary Waters Leave No Trace video. Then Bonnie issued us our permit, fitted us for PFDs and paddles, and we loaded our gear and boats for the shuttle to our entry point on Bearskin Lake.

I believe that its our perspective of life that makes each us of us different. How we see things ultimately define who we are. My friends and I reflected for some time and realized that our “spring break adventure” will be how we decide to live it. We walked on the empty roads of Vegas which I am pretty sure not everyone who visits the city get to experience. It felt like we had all the city to ourselves. While taking all the precautions, we traveled around in the city, saw the breath taking beauty that place had to offer and ejoyed ourselves a lot. @SusanDeppner: Wow Mexico!! That sounds like serious traveling to me! Maybe a cruise to Europe?? Thanks for your visit and comment. Eilat is located in the southernmost part of Israel wedged between the mountains that borders Egypt, Jordan, and is within sight of Saudi Arabia. The temperature here is usually about 104 °F in summer, and somewhere around 70 °F in winters. Making this city a perfect vacation and tourist spot.