“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes.
You can steer yourself any direction you choose.
You’re on your own. And you know what you know.
And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…”
― Dr. Seuss
They always say it’s not about the destination, its about the journey… Yes, True. But in order to experience the journey we need a destination. So with that in mind, visit our Destinations Menu or click a Destinations Image to get started. Its our ever growing list of Continents, Countries, Cities and Towns we’ve visited over the years.
Casablanca is a bustling and busy city in Morocco that features some of the finest examples of art deco architecture. When exploring the crowded city, you simply can’t help but notice the many stunning historic buildings that line the streets.
No visit to Marrakesh would be complete without a shopping trip to the vibrant street markets, or Souks. Here you will find a maze of vendors with stalls offering a colorful array of goods, including hand woven carpets, leather crafts, herbs, spices, and much more.
With its underground cities, houses and cave churches in the rocks. Those people who once lived here carved caves for tunnels, storage areas, churches, living quarters and stables from the soft rock years ago.
Istanbul Turkey is considered as one of the most historically rich destinations in the world and a busting metropolis along with a foot in Asia and the other one in Europe.
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, which is located in central Europe and bordered by Germany. Life is all about a set of experiences which we have with the passage of time.
London has entered the new millennium with its unique qualities: a splendid historical background, a feeling of motivation, a cosmopolitan sight and flourishing economy.
A trip to Lagos, in Southern Portugal, offers you the opportunity to explore incredible beaches and breathtaking grottos.
The capital of Portugal and one of Europe’s most alluring and catholic cities. Mary Lussiana says, “This charming capital, which combines sea views, steep hills and old world manners with a vibrant nightlife, is a joy to visit”.
Known as one of the largest, Fogo Island, Newfoundland Labrador in Canada is about 25 km long and 14 km long. It is famous as one of the best destinations to visit among fans of travelling.
St. John’s is the largest city of Newfoundlands and Labrador which came into existence in 1830. Being one of the oldest settlements of North America, St. John’s is culturally and traditionally rich with its roots well-engraved in history as well.