Good evening everyone, I hope your Amazon Prime Day shopping is going well. A few hours ago, tickets for Chicago Seminars went on sale. They are $111 for 2.5 full days of travel advice, networking, drinking, more networking, more drinking, and maybe some sleep too. I love going to Chicago Seminars and I am so excited to go back. I just bought my ticket and airfare for the event. There are limited seats available, but when I purchased my ticket at around 5:30pm PT, there were 472 tickets available.
Have you ever wondered about the danger level in a destination you were visiting? Or how to protect yourself from health threats? Maybe you don’t focus on this type of information when you travel, but still, it’s good to know. Sometimes the scout motto of “be prepared” should come first! Here’s an article that contains useful resources to be aware of and speaks to these very questions of safety and health.
Good morning everyone. I hope you enjoyed my post from yesterday, Malta Trip Report Part 1: Walking Through Valletta and Attending Feast of St. Peter & St. Paul. In today’s post, I will share some photos of my Kayak Gozo tour from Gozo to Comino to see the Blue Lagoon and from the Gozo Pride ATV tour around the island. Kayak Gozo offers 3 different tours (half day morning, half day afternoon, and full day). We decided to do the half day morning, called the “Rise and Shine” tour, and the cost was 38 Euros per person. Laura and I had a double kayak, she was in the front and I was in the back. After getting the handle of paddling, we went inside a little cove and then made the journey across the channel to the Blue Lagoon, near Comino.
Good morning everyone. After spending a few days in Athens (post 1 and post 2) and a few days in Crete (post 1 and post 2), we headed to Malta for a week. My girlfriend has relatives in Malta, so her family showed us around and treated us to several dinners and an amazing feast. All of the things I will show you are available to the public and accessible via public transportation. If you are in Malta for a few days, I highly recommend getting a 7 day bus pass for 21 Euros. If you pay as you ride, each ride is 1.5 to 3 Euros, so if you make a few round trip bus rides, the 7 day pass pays for itself very quickly. The bus network goes all over the country and runs relatively on time.
The first stop in Malta was to Valletta, the fortified city near the coast. Valletta had lots of shops, restaurant, and history.
Good morning everyone, I hope you enjoyed reading yesterday’s post, Crete Trip Report Part 1: Radisson Blu Beach Resort & Nearby Milatos Fishing Village. In today’s post, I am going to share a lot of photos from Crete Safari, a guided ATV tour around the Milatos / Sissi area of Crete. I did a little research on Trip Advisor and the ATV tour was highly rated. During the 5-6 hour guided tour, we went inside the Milatos Cave, fed monkeys in a zoo, tasted various olives at an olive oil factory, had lunch, and visited a few churches. I believe the tour cost 150 Euros total for the two of us. We shared an ATV and I drove the entire time. On the back of the ATV was a lock box, so we left our backpacks and valuables locked inside – which was a really nice ATV feature. Spoiler alert, the ATV tour was awesome and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys ATV tours :)