Valentine’s Day is upon us and it has us thinking of love around the world. What’s more romantic than traveling the world to see a work of art that celebrates love?
French onion soup is a delicious a heartwarming dish that has been served in restaurants across France and in the kitchens of French cuisine lovers everywhere. It grew popular during the 18th century and is now a staple in many cafes and bistros all over the world.
A passport is your key to traveling the world and exploring other countries. When going through passport control, you’ve probably noticed how passports don’t come in all colors of the rainbow. On the other hand, passports only come in different shades of each of the four main color groups: red, blue, green and black. Somewhat surprisingly, the color of your passport follows no strict system, guidelines or regulations dictating the color of country categorization, but the colors aren’t totally random either.
There are many different reasons why countries opt for a particular color of their passport. Read the theories behind each country’s passport color choice.
Bringing home a souvenir is a great way to preserve memories from a special travel experience. Passionate travelers understand souvenirs can have great sentimental value and can often spark conversations and story sharing with friends and family. Plus, stylishly decorating your home with treasures you found while traveling can bring a sense of wanderlust to your space.
A fun way to prepare for a trip to another country is to learn a few key phrases and sayings to fully experience the culture you are visiting. Speaking the vernacular gives you the openness to communicate, interact and connect, through the conversations that flow. In Ireland, residents speak in an English dialect that is one of the most distinctive in the world.