If you are among the yoga enthusiasts, you may already know about the chakras. “Chakra” is a Sanskrit word. It means “spinning wheel.” A chakra is a spinning wheel of energy. Our bodies contain various chakras. According to Hindu and Buddhist beliefs, these wheels help us maintain good health. These chakras ensure the smooth coordination between our mind, body, and soul. You may face several health problems when one chakra is out of balance. Each chakra has a different speed and color. It makes them different from one another. Now let us discuss Solar Plexus Chakra. What is it? It is one such chakra in our body. In this article, we will talk about what this particular chakra does. Continue Reading
If you have been practicing yoga for a while, you might know what chakras are. “Chakra” is a Sanskrit term. It means “spinning wheels”. Chakras are wheels of energy that reside in our bodies. Each chakra has a different function. According to Hindu and Buddhist beliefs, chakras maintain the harmony between our body, mind, and soul. We may face many health issues if any of these chakras lose balance. Each chakra is of different speed and color. It is what makes them unique. Now let us discuss Sacral Chakra. What is it? It is one of the seven chakras in our bodies and has a great significance in Tantrism. We get a sense of sexual adventure from this spinning wheel. In this article, we will take an in-depth look at this chakra and what it does. Continue Reading
Thinking of visiting the Caribbean Islands and wondering where to go? Here is the list of top 10 destinations of Caribbean Islands to choose from
From pristine beaches to fiery cocktails, Caribbean Islands is the epitome of good vibes, that no one can ever deny. There are many islands here in the Caribbean Islands, which will make your jaw drop. The riot of colors will brighten your mood. The beautiful sunset is a sight that you will never forget.
The Caribbean Islands can be very enticing. There are many small and large island that comprises the island country. Seems like it has come straight out of heaven. The sunset or the sunrise will give you the perfect picture of your Instagram feed.
You will not be able to complete all the islands and the best spots of the island country. But it is hard to choose the best one from the so many exquisite islands. But we have done a bit of researched and noted down the top 10 destinations of the Caribbean Islands. Continue Reading
Making travel plans for when air travel is fully available again? It makes sense to start planning now, rather than rushing everything at the last minute and forgetting the essentials. While many backpackers struggle with what they should take with them abroad and what they should leave behind, if you’re a glasses wearer, then you already know that one of the essential items you’ll need is right on your face! If you’re looking for a new frame before you leave, check out this selection of retro glasses here, to ensure you look great on your trip.
It’s easy to feel a little apprehensive about traveling with your glasses. What if they get broken? Or lost? Being stuck on the other side of the world and unable to see properly doesn’t exactly bode well for the rest of your trip…
Thankfully, if you’re a glasses wearer, you don’t need to worry. Here I’ve compiled some simple tips for traveling with your glasses and keeping them in one piece! Continue Reading
Wasted travel is unforgivable. Far too many people take a trip to somewhere that would easily be in the top ten of many people’s bucket lists, and they return home with almost nothing to say about the place. As someone who loves to travel, I find this to be among the most outstanding failures of grownups everywhere. The conversation typically goes a little something like this:
“Oh, welcome back, nice trip?”
“ – Yes thanks, lovely weather”
“Did you get out into the old town at all? Or see the famous bridge or the…”
“ – Mmmm no, not really, we don’t really like that kind of thing”
“So, you didn’t see the Cathedral or…”
“ – Oh, yeah, you mean that church thing? We had an ice cream near there. Looked nice.”
And you feel like screaming “WHY DID YOU BOTHER”, but, sadly, if you did scream at people for doing travelling wrong, you’d be screaming most of the time. Part of the problem is that travel, I suppose, isn’t straightforward. There’s a lot of planning. There can be overseas money transfers to navigate (read up all about wire transfers), and you might feel like no matter what you do with your travel time, it could have been spent better by someone else, so, why panic, and just enjoy what comes your way. Let’s look at how to do it right.
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In the days before the internet (I’m showing my age – but I was very young), people going on vacation had to rely on travel brochures and word of mouth. Information was scarce. And what you got when you arrived was never as advertised. Fast forward to modern day access to all the information in the world at your fingertips, and you really have no excuse not to read up on your travel destination – or else you could miss out on something extraordinary.
For example, everyone has heard of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, right? But what you may not have heard about is the catacombs, deep underground, where the walls are made of human bones. There are daily tours and everything. And visitors to Disneyland theme parks will know all about the rides, but may not know about the secretive “Club 33”, where for tens of thousands of dollars, members may walk through the handful of Club 33 doors (visible inside the park but plain and unassuming looking) and experience 5-star luxury dining etc. The more you know, the more you’ll enjoy yourself.
Mix it up
Being a tourist is day one stuff – as the saying goes, when in Rome, do as the Romans do. So, yeah, I get it, take the guided tour, sit on the open top bus, sail down the river while a guide points out the various historical buildings. But on day two… this is where you need to explore a little. Find restaurants off the beaten track, etc. Don’t leave having not seen the “real” people of wherever you’ve visited.