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7 Tips to Avoid Jet Lag
7 Tips To Avoid Jet lag

Dealing with jet lag can be challenging if you don't know how to prepare yourself. This is a list of 7 tips on how to avoid jet lag on your travels. Nothing is worse than falling asleep when you have a night out on the first...

top 6 things to do in Quito Ecuador The Viking Abroad
Top 6 Things To Do in Quito

This post contains affiliate links  Quito is the capital of Ecuador, located on the equator in South America. Imagine standing on the world’s highest point of the equato! Quito is 2,850 meters (9,350 ft) above sea level. This city has a lot to give, everything from UNESCO...

How To Avoid Parasites While Travelling
How To Avoid Parasites While Travelling

Nothing is worse than ruining your vacation by being glued to the toilet or not being able to trust a fart. All I can say is, I feel you. After travelling in Africa and living in Ecuador, I have experienced parasites and stomach flu. This post...

How To Travel With Fibromyalgia
How to travel with Fibromyalgia

  This post contains affiliate links  I haven’t been so open about having fibromyalgia. I have had it for roughly a year and have learnt how to live with it. Fibromyalgia is a chronic illness with tenderness and muscle pains spread all over the body. The disorder is...

Top Tips For Travelling in Quito, Ecuador The Viking Abroad
Top tips for travelling in Quito, Ecuador

You should know before you go. After living in Quito for one year and a half I have learnt of my own good or bad experiences. I have got my phone stolen, almost got hit by a car and I have not been able to pay,...

top tips for travelling in Quito
Top tips for travelling in Quito, Ecuador

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is...