People mostly travel for fun, but have you ever thought about traveling on your own? Another great way to protect your money and reduce the chance of theft is to keep the majority of your cash in the hotel safe, taking only enough out each day to pay for small incidental purchases. Use credit cards for meals, lodging, admissions, souvenirs and other larger purchases. Credit cards provide valuable consumer protection and the best currency travel insurance exchange rates as well. I found myself reading this and thinking: I want to go do this! Enjoyed living vicariously through you. I’ve always been intrigued by Nepal and know that I will one day make that journey. Thanks for sharing. Leisure travelers: They are the largest percentage of industry revenues. However, a smaller percentage go alone for leisure trips. The beneficiaries: airlines, hotels, tours, car and concierge services.
Earlier, if we wanted to visit some place, within our own country or some foreign country, we needed to do lot of research for a long time, may be for days, to know which roads to take, where to stay etc. Nepal, as with many other countries and certainly some places here in the U.S. are known for having a pick-pocket here and there, so using a travel belt is always a good idea, especially in the cities. I’ve used mine on a number of trips, regardless of the chance of being robbed. The belt is great because I always knows where these important items are, keeps them close at hand and prevents me from dropping or misplacing them. Set on the largest offshore island in Newfoundland and Labrador, the 29-room Fogo Island Inn was designed by Newfoundland-born architect Todd Saunders, who festooned the property with objects from the area’s fishing communities and craftspeople, handcrafted quilts, and wood-burning stoves. The views of the rocky coast â€” through floor-to-ceiling windows â€” are as dramatically beautiful as you’d imagine.