We all have a Command Center, the greatest of all, our Brain. Therein resides what controls our nervous system, body organs, motor and cognitive functions, and much more. Outside our brains exist many other command centers. For example, when we travel, we establish one or more command centers meaning that location that serves as an operations center from which we embark on our different activities.
Selecting what to pack for our trip was a pain stricken decision. It is worse than going to the dentist! Deciding how much to take of each thing was another challenge. Where do we start? We begin by defining the amount of days of our trip, season of the year and destinations. Continue reading “What to pack?”
While waiting on line to validate our boarding passes, we noted that many flight passengers with a large amount and array of luggage. We wondered, are they moving? Continue reading “Moving or traveling?”
Traveling is perhaps the most gratifying experience to be lived. The sensation is so divine, words cannot begin to explain it. It feels great! The desire or dream of being able to travel can be spurred by anecdotes of family and friends, personal wants and continuous advertising campaigns. We constantly view those commercials with many options to travel through-out the world. How to choose? Where do I start? Continue reading “And the best travel agent is …”
Honestly and at first, no one can provide an answer to this question and a magic formula to calculate the amount needed does not exist. Nonetheless, no doubt it is one of the mayor concerns for us as travelers. How much is too much? How much is too little? Continue reading “How much cash will I need?”
This well known saying advises one when outside your normal surroundings to adapt to customs, laws and behaviors when visiting new places. The saying is attributed to Saint Ambrose, then the Bishop of Milan in the 4th century. As the story goes, when Saint Augustine visited Milan, he noted that people didn’t fast on Saturdays as was the custom in his town. Confused, he consulted with Saint Ambrose which replied, “When in Rome, I fast on Saturdays. But when I am here, I don’t”. Continue reading “When in Rome, do as the romans”
What would you like to see, eat, do and feel in the different countries you visit? The answer to this and the following questions will help you decide which countries o cities you can most enjoy in defining the type of traveler you are. Continue reading “What type of Traveler are you?”