For many people, the impending arrival of spring break heralds the beginning of vacation time. Whether you’re taking time off from work or school for a relaxing getaway, it’s important to plan things carefully so that your trip goes off without a hitch. Here are a few tips that can help.
Get the GearAs spring looms just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about taking your beach towel and sandals out of winter storage. Although it feels like just the other day that stores had their Christmas stock available, most retailers have wasted no time in rolling out the newest product lines in preparation for spring. And while you might find it impossible to find a new winter jacket this time of year, you’re almost guaranteed to find exactly what you need for a spring break vacation. Most stores are already displaying an array of swimsuits, sandals, sunglasses and beach towels for your selection. Besides making for a fun day at the mall, shopping ahead of time for your vacation gear will help ensure that you can find everything you need in the fashions and sizes that suit you, long before the stock is picked over. Continue reading →
When I stayed at Byron Beach Resort in Byron Bay, Australia, the hostel provided FREE turquoise bicycles for guests to use throughout their stay in Byron. I took full advantage of the opportunity to bike around Byron Bay with the use of Byron Beach Resort’s turquoise beach cruisers. An even better way than walking to see a place is by biking it. Continue reading →
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Australia is one of those places which provides travelers unlimited options to complete items on their bucket list. I was able to accomplish yet another item on my 2014 bucket list: Hang Gliding. Flight Zone took me flying over Byron Bay like a Eagle searching for its prey. With views of Byron Bay, Tallow Beach, Byron Bay Lighthouse, and the wild wallabies below, I was left wondering in that moment if life could get any better. Continue reading →