All posts tagged: the great outdoors

The Top Five Most Scenic Destinations For Nature Lovers

People travel for all kinds of different reasons. Some do it to learn about other cultures, some do it to try different cuisines, and some do it just because they really need a break! But, many people travel to see some of the beautiful natural features the world gave us. After all, if you went somewhere on holiday and all you ever saw was grey parking lots, you’d be a bit disappointed! Studies show that spending time in nature benefits us both mentally and physically. So, planning a nature-filled holiday could be the just the break you need. Here are the top five destinations for those who love the outdoors. Yosemite Yosemite National Park is perhaps one of the most famous sites in the whole of the US. It is for this reason that it is often laden with tourist tours, but don’t let that put you off! It’s popular for a reason, and that reason is over 3000 square kilometers of stunning scenery. If you’re feeling brave, embark on one of the many treks you …

Living On The Road – The New Nomads

Mobility is the ultimate new form of freedom: freedom from routine, traditional values, and geographic restraints. Today we are to more mobile than ever, it has become quite common to spend time in different countries, work in various places and explore the world by moving around. Living on the Road Nomadic Housing Options

June in Florida – A Photo Essay

In 2008, I spent Spring Break camping in Florida and I loved it so much that I returned back the next year during summer. I drove down to Florida with my boyfriend at the time all the way from Ohio. If you love beautiful beaches you have to visit the Clearwater Beach area. This is the website I used at the time: http://www.visitstpeteclearwater.com and it’s still my favorite website for this area. One place that’s not highlighted on the map is Fort de Soto park which should definitely be on your list. We stayed at the Madeira Beach KOA and rented a wooden lodge cabin. The campsite has a really great selection of all sorts of beautiful cabin lodges to choose from. There’s a nice swimming pool open all year round as well as a hot tub. We rented bikes and cycled the Pinellas Trail which can be reached directly from the campground. We kayaked the Long Bayou by the campground. They organize fun outdoor movie nights as well as other social events which ae a lot of fun. Since we had the car with us, we got …