These travelers do a lot of work for you so you can just make choices and enjoy your trip? MYWINERADIO prefers California Wine Country but some of our listeners like to take to the air now and then!
Best Websites for Booking Holiday Homes in the UK and Ireland
by Laurence Norah on July 29, 2020 at 5:13 PM
If you’re planning on a trip in the UK or Ireland, you might be considering renting a holiday home. These self-catering options can give you a home away from home experience, usually coming with a range of amenities that you wouldn’t always find in a hotel such as a kitchen, lounge, dining area, private terrace,…
Guide To Visiting The Empire State Building in New York City – Everything You Need to Know!
by Laurence Norah on July 25, 2020 at 1:14 PM
If you’re visiting New York City, then one landmark you won’t want to miss is the Empire State Building. This iconic structure is one of the most recognisable buildings in the world, and is a must-see when you visit New York. The Empire State Building can be admired from the outside, but for the best…
The Best Bridge Camera for Travel 2020
by Laurence Norah on July 20, 2020 at 10:01 AM
Bridge cameras offer a number of useful features which appeal to users looking for an all in one camera. They are suitable in all sorts of scenarios, from wildlife photography to travel photography. There are of course many different bridge cameras on the market, offering a range of features across a variety of price points. In…
27 Things to do in Geneva Switzerland
by Laurence Norah on July 4, 2020 at 1:27 PM
Found on the shores of Lake Geneva, and surrounded by mountains, the Swiss city of Geneva is definitely in a picturesque location. With great transport connections, it’s also an easy place to visit on a trip to Switzerland. Of course, there are plenty of reasons to visit Geneva beyond it being picturesque and easy to…
What is Bokeh in Photography + How to Create Bokeh in Your Photos
by Laurence Norah on June 23, 2020 at 2:24 PM
Have you ever heard photographers talking about bokeh in photography, and wondered what bokeh actually is? Well, in this post, I’m going to share with you everything you need to know about bokeh. I’ll tell you exactly what it is, how to get bokeh in your photos, and share some tips on the setup you…
Camping & Hiking in Joshua Tree National Park, California
by Bret and Mary on July 29, 2020 at 8:58 PM
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. The first time I visited Joshua Tree National Park, I really wasn’t expecting much. I honestly didn’t think the California desert could be that impressive, because it’s mostly made up of dust and tumbleweeds, right? But as soon as I started driving through Joshua Tree and saw the alien-like landscape outside my window, I realized just Keep Reading The post Camping & Hiking in Joshua Tree National Park, California appeared first on Green Global Travel.
The 15 Best State Parks in Georgia
by Christina Maggitas on July 25, 2020 at 7:07 PM
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. With Covid-19 still limiting international and, in some parts of the USA, even state-to-state travel, many people are struggling to find ways to satisfy their thirst for adventure. But sometimes, the best places to explore can be right in our own backyard. For those of us who live in the southeastern US, the state of Keep Reading The post The 15 Best State Parks in Georgia appeared first on Green Global Travel.
20 Endangered African Animals You Can See On A Safari
by Christina Maggitas on July 9, 2020 at 1:50 PM
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. For most people, getting to see African wildlife such as the Black Rhino roaming along a vast open savanna in South Africa, or Mountain Gorillas high in the mountains of Uganda, is a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity. Unfortunately, due to human encroachment, poaching, habitat fragmentation, and other reasons, many of these incredible species have become endangered. Keep Reading The post 20 Endangered African Animals You Can See On A Safari appeared first on Green Global Travel.
The Best Backcountry Camping Gear for 2020
by Bret and Mary on July 6, 2020 at 3:44 PM
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. In this era of social distancing, quarantines, and travel restrictions even within the US, “getting away from it all” has never more vital for nature-lovers. But with national parks overcrowded by tourists and even some state and local parks being overwhelmed with visitors on weekends, it’s getting harder and harder to find personal space in the Keep Reading The post The Best Backcountry Camping Gear for 2020 appeared first on Green Global Travel.
The Best Backyard Camping Gear for 2020
by Bret and Mary on July 1, 2020 at 8:22 PM
Original content owned & copyrighted by Green Global Travel. In an era where social distancing has become the norm, many international destinations are essentially off limits to American visitors, and people are forced to quarantine for 14 days upon entering certain US states, staycations are becoming increasingly common. Which isn’t necessarily such a bad thing! It’s much more eco-friendly to stay close to home, Keep Reading The post The Best Backyard Camping Gear for 2020 appeared first on Green Global Travel.
Chasing Fall in Alaska: Where to go for Autumn Colors from North to South
by Sherry on July 29, 2020 at 10:00 AM
The beautiful backdrop of snowy mountain peaks and glaciers is a great way to experience fall colors. Alaska in the fall is full of blooming pink fireweed that quickly turns to a rustic red color and bright gold birch trees. They practically look like they are glowing next to the green pine tree groves. You’ll The post Chasing Fall in Alaska: Where to go for Autumn Colors from North to South appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.
Opt Outside in Western South Dakota for a Social Distance Vacation
by Sherry on July 15, 2020 at 10:00 AM
As we crossed the state line into Wyoming, Carley honked the horn and we all let out a big yell of happiness. It was the first time any of us had left Colorado since February! After being cooped up in the COVID19 pandemic I don’t think I’ll ever take our freedom to move around for The post Opt Outside in Western South Dakota for a Social Distance Vacation appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.
Everything you Need to Know About Hiking the Annapurna Circuit
by Sherry on June 30, 2020 at 10:04 AM
We saw the first glimpse of them from the plane window. The famous, rigid, snowy Himalayan peaks were practically at eye level with our cruising altitude; I imagined reaching out and touching them. They looked beautiful and scary at the same time. Cold, hard, and barren; as if they were saying “leave us alone, you The post Everything you Need to Know About Hiking the Annapurna Circuit appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.
Discovering the Heart of the Great Bear Rainforest
by Sherry on June 23, 2020 at 10:00 AM
A heart can mean many things – an organ, love, life, compassion, understanding, feeling, the center. Sometimes travel can lead you to the heart of a place where you experience a deep connection, have an epiphany, or simply fall in love. That’s when travel switches from an activity to a transformation. It doesn’t happen on The post Discovering the Heart of the Great Bear Rainforest appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.
Bella Coola Valley: One of the Last Great Wilderness Areas
by Sherry on June 16, 2020 at 10:00 AM
I’ve always had a thing for communities that lie at the end of the road. There is no way out except back in the direction you came. People tend to learn to get along when they can’t avoid each other. In my experience (Crested Butte Colorado or Norddal Norway), it’s normally a formula for a The post Bella Coola Valley: One of the Last Great Wilderness Areas appeared first on Ottsworld Unique Travel Experiences.