Contrary to what most people think, you can travel and work to get your regular overseas fix, and even linger a while in foreign lands. A balance can be found between the two, but of course it can be a challenge to establish it.
Our world is filled with more than seven wonders. There is really too much to see in one lifetime, unless you happen to be independently wealthy. If you had to pick and choose only a few places to see during your tenure on Planet Earth, these might be the top four you would select.
1. The Galapagos Islands
Located off the coast of Ecuador, you’ll find the Galapagos Islands (14 of them, to be exact). They’re a great sanctuary of natural beauty and home to some of the most unusual wildlife you’re ever likely to see. Have you ever witnessed an iguana jumping into the ocean? You might, if you visit the Galapagos. [Read more…]
The goal for backpacking to a new location is to bring a small amount of very efficient items. These essentials should be durable and last you throughout your trek.
While some travel items may be obvious, there are a number of everyday household items and unusual gadgets that can come in handy during your adventures. Take a look at these ten surprising essentials you might want to pack. [Read more…]
I love to travel. I find new places and new cultures exciting. But I don’t have an unlimited budget, and in order to feed my desire for adventure, I have to make my wallet stretch as much as possible. One of the ways I do this is by using travel apps, especially those that help me find a good hotel at a decent price. [Read more…]
No matter how used you might be to the whole concept of working on the go, there are always cases where things don’t go according to your original plans. Your laptop may be a trusty tool, but if you only rely on it to get your work done, you may be prevented from accomplishing your tasks every now and then. Which is why you should consider the upcoming iPhone 5 from Apple if you want to truly optimize your ability to get work done on the move.
The device has come a long way since its first version – and many people are predicting that this will be the “golden” iPhone, the sweet spot when Apple finally get everything people want right. For example multitasking was a common complaint before – and certainly a nuisance for those of us who liked using their iPhones for work. There are strong indications that the new device will have some serious multitasking capabilities though, including dedicated finger gestures for switching apps and managing them quickly, which should improve your workflow a lot.
It’s also known that the iPhone 5 will come with extra physical durability – so you won’t have to invest in an extra case to prevent it from scratches and dents if you’re using it outside all the time. That way you’ll be able to get some work done without worrying about protecting your device every time you pull it out. With all this in mind, it can be a good idea to have a look at the Vodafone iPhone plans and pick one that’s going to suit your working needs, so that you can be prepared for the big launch – which shouldn’t be too far off now.