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To live in another country is exciting and rewarding. It’s one of life’s luxuries and usually relevant at a certain point in your life; with children and aging parents, making an international move seems less practical than when you’re young. No matter your age, there are a few things you need to take care of before you arrive – and the process is just as slow and tedious for the old as it is for the young.

Here is a handy checklist to make sure you’ve got everything covered before the big move and ensure a painless process.

Finding a job

Be realistic when you’re still in the planning phase and try not to get swept up in all the excitement of traveling. Sure, some people simply toss the backpack on, head out, and ask to pick strawberries at local farms – but they’re usually in it for the experience. You want some financial security and should save up enough to keep you covered for about six months after your arrival.

The best way to make sure you’ll be happy and comfortable, though, is definitely to get a job before you arrive. There are a lot of ways to do this; ask your current company to transfer you to their department overseas, consider telecommuting, start as a freelancer, or seek down professional employment services.

If you’re brand new to the job market, you have a lot of options to work with translation services or customer support in English, by the way.

Read up on work and visa permits

One beautiful day, we might be one world, but until then, you’re going to have to apply for a permit. This depends on where you’re planning on moving to, obviously, and you’d be wise to consult an immigration lawyer before you do much else. Remember that you don’t have to use their entire service, though, and can easily contact a professional company for a bit of advice and clarity.

Confusion and culture shock

Let’s get it out there right away; moving abroad is exciting, but you’re going to be confused and lonely sometimes. When everything you know and love is so far away, it’s easy to romanticize your native country and long back to your ordinary life. It’s strange how they use culture shock as an umbrella term for being overwhelmed by another country’s culture and feeling homesick at the same time – you might be homesick without finding the new culture overwhelming at all.

When you move abroad, you learn so much about yourself and come to appreciate the parts of your home country that this new and strange land is lacking. Sometimes, you might even realize that your country of birth was a great place to live – or the other way around.

You’re not shocked or necessarily experiencing mental distress; you’re just a bit more knowledgeable than you used to be.

Life throws changes at you just like the waves hit the shore; they’ll pull you under for a short while before retreating back, so that you can prepare for the next blow. Face these challenges by coming prepared and keeping calm – and remember to tell yourself that nothing is forever, and you can always move back when you’ve had enough.

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Travel to Mallorca or Ibiza, from the sea



Thousands of tourists every year visit Palma de Mallorca or Ibiza through the sea, by renting a boat with or without captain and enjoying the contact with nature on a trip that will be remembered for a lifetime.

Palma de Mallorca is the largest island on the Balearic Archipelago and a destination that no one should miss, the island has conquered many hearts as the musician Chopin and writers like Richard Graves. A good way to get to know the island is by sea, so those who do not have their own boat, have the option to rent one from any Mediterranean marina and get ready to enjoy the experience with the most extreme nature.

The little ones will have a wonderful time while groups of friends can enjoy secluded beaches and make the most of boat parties, all day and night. This is the latest fashion: rent boats for private parties, in years go by this privilege was reserved for the rich and famous; celebrities had made famous the balearic islands by having the most incredible parties onboard on their luxury boats. And today this is accessible to the general public.

Another destination that you can not miss is Ibiza, the island of fun and light; to make it even more special you can look into, the definitive website to connect boat owners with people who want to rent them. This website works in the same way as Airbnb;

the world-wide reference platform for renting houses between individuals; and is the chosen one when it comes to boats, -click here for more information-, offering a great deal of them.

A win win for boat owners and sea lovers with no boats

Buying a boat is a big investment, so by using this platform, boat owners will have the chance to recover some of the cost by renting them per hours, days, weeks or even months.

From you can access those ones available right now: choose your destination on the search box and the system will immediately show the available boats. You can also choose the boat length, from bow to stern or If you need any kind of help onboard or pattern services.

Everybody will have the opportunity to rent a boat and begin an adventure of a lifetime: experiences that make navigators fall in love with sea trips. Price depends on destination and times when reservations are made. During the summer season, rates are higher, but if you book in advance you can get cheaper prices.

Any better idea to spend a weekend?

Boats are high demanded by groups celebrating bachelor parties, but also for families: because enjoying the sea is an experience suitable for all types of people.

Do not miss the opportunity Nautal arises, the startup created by young entrepreneurs who are revolutionizing all kinds of sea trips and giving the opportunity to many to live an unforgettable new experience.

Knowing Greece or getting to know Croatia it is also a great adventure. The entire Mediterranean coast is full of secrets and places to discover, so If you are fortunate enough to have a good captain, he or she will tell you the secrets of the sea and make of the trip a far better experience.

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Start planning the best holidays of this year



Traveling is one of the most fulfilling life experiences. And today more than ever, there are accessible travel options accessible to all family situations.

Before choosing a destination for your next holiday you will need to consider some important decisions:

– Number of people and budget for each one: travel agencies as offers different holiday packages that includes flight and good quality hotels with a final price per person (this price usually excludes children under certain age)

– Flight hours and holiday duration: If the destination is far away and flight hours are long, that can be uncomfortable for small children. You have to think if you’re going to have enough time to enjoy your holiday time away.

– What is the weather like at that time of the year?: Some of the best places in the world can only be visited in some seasons. Many Europeans choose winter time to travel to the southern hemisphere to escape the cold and wet weather of the northern hemisphere.

There are other factors to consider depending on your personal situation, but once you have decide where to spend your next holiday is time to enjoy looking for maps, viewing documentaries, deciding accommodation and plotting to the route to follow.

Places to visit this winter and spring 2018

In general terms, there is not a bad time to get on a plane and explore the world, and Peru is one of those magical destinations that always make it a good plan.

The region where the city of Cusco is located, has 2 very marked seasons: the dry season when it is cold and clear (end of april until october) and the rainy season (end of november until april) when it’s lush and green. It is compressible that rainy season term, confuse many people who are planning to travel to Machu Picchu during these months. “Summer” is also the rainy season in Cusco and Machu Picchu, when the weather is slightly warmer compared to the dry season.

Less people, lower prices and warmer weather

A typical summer day in Cusco and Machu Picchu means a clear sky in the morning, a possible rain in the afternoon (can be very strong or lasts a couple of hours), then it will be cleared again. It is a great time to visit one of the world’s seven wonders and join the choquequirao trek, an expedition that will take you to two of the major archaeological sites in the Cusco-area: Choquequirao and Machu Picchu.

When preparing your luggage keep in mind that you will have sunny, cloudy, rainy and cold days and finally get ready to enjoy one of the biggest adventures of your life.

Lovely Spain all year round

Spain is one of the most popular destinations in Europe for its warm weather, friendly people and good food. A report by the Expedia travel agency ensures that Spain is the most popular beach destination in the world, followed by Australia and Italy. 13% of international tourists traveled to Spain for holidays last year, which increases the demand for Holiday rentals on Tenerife, all over the peninsular and Balearic Islands.

During the summer months, urban tourism has it difficult to compete with beach and sunny destinations, yet Madrid is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. Visitors greatest interest include but not limited to culture, artistic-patrimonial, gastronomy and trade tourism, identifies Madrid outside the spanish borders.

One of the most popular activities to get to know the city are bike tours. The bicycle rental for individuals and groups includes alternative routes to get to know the city from a closer and real perspective. A great variety of destinations and routes and a good opportunity to remove yourself from the beaten path and get closer to nature, or visiting monumental tours and Madrid most emblematic places.

Now it is time to start planning your next holidays and enjoy every step, from deciding, planning and traveling!

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The Main Safety Concerns For Frequent Travellers



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If you are someone who tends to enjoy travelling as much as you possibly can, you might well be keen on ensuring that you also remain perfectly safe. This can sometimes be hard to do, but the main thing is that you know what to expect, what to look out for, and what you can do to remain as safe as possible. As it turns out, there are a number of the most common safety concerns, and as long as you pay attention to those in particular, you should find that you are able to remain perfectly safe on your travels. Let’s take a look at what they are, and what you should be doing to keep safe.


For many people, flying can be a particularly scary part of travelling. This can even be a concern, sometimes, for those who fly all the time. After all, there is little you can do in a flying emergency, besides following the received wisdom of the airlines, and it can be worrying when you hear horror stories of flights going awry. However, the statistics do show that you are safer in the air than on the ground, so the main thing to be concerned with here is trying to keep your own sense of concern and worry down. Above all, try not to panic, and enjoy the flying experience for what it is. If something happens which you feel could have been prevented, or you are not sure about, consider contacting aviation lawyers like Slack & Davis. They will be able to inform you of whether what happened was up to standard, or if you might even have a legal case against the airline in the works. Above all, do what you need to to keep calm during the flight, and you should be fine.


If you have ever been mugged, you will know that it is a truly terrifying experience. However, it’s not just muggings to watch out for when you are travelling, but the much harder to detect act of pickpocketing. This is when someone takes your belongings without you knowing, and it is obviously hard to protect against in most circumstances. However, you can ensure that you are a much less likely target simply by making sure that you are not displaying your valuables while you are travelling. This is generally good advice when you are travelling anyway, so it’s something that you should ensure you are doing at all times. As long as you do that, you are a less likely target, and you will also be much more likely to minimize your losses if you do still get targeted. Nobody wants to be stolen from, so be sure to think about this when you are going travelling in the future.


Depending on where you are thinking about travelling, there might or might not be certain illnesses you need to be wary of. In some cases, the advice of your government will be to get certain immunizations, and in those cases you must ensure that you pay attention to that advice. Not getting them could result in serious illness or even death, so it’s not a gamble that you want to take. But keeping safe from illnesses does not stop there either – you also need to make sure that you are practising basic hygiene while you are travelling too. As long as you do that, you will find that you are much less likely to get ill, and as well as being generally better for you this will also mean that you are much more likely to enjoy your travels as well. It is a win-win situation when you take care of your health.

Diet & Water Changes

Going to certain countries means that you should be careful about the water, as in many cases it can lead to illness or worse. This is generally true in Asian countries and African countries, but you should always check before you go even in more trusted places. The same kind of approach should also always be taken towards food, as you never know what kind of a reaction you are going to have to foreign foods. The general rule of thumb is to try a little before you dive right in with new and exotic foods. That way, you hopefully won’t be too ill if you do get ill at all. Paying attention to your diet and water consumption is hugely important if you plan on travelling extensively, so take care.

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