Tag: #travel

January 10, 2020 0

Top 10 Best Value Travel Destinations in 2020

By iCorridor Moments

Lonely Planet has published its list of the 10 destinations with the best value for money in 2020, all chosen for their news, the unique experiences they offer, their ability to dream and the possibilities of sustainable tourism they offer. From the East Nusa Tenggara to the island of Zanzibar, here is Lonely Planet’s selection for the coming year.

December 19, 2019 0

World’s Most Underrated Beaches

By Honey Thomas

Beaches are always fun! Spending holidays on a beach can never go out of trend. Those rippling waves washing your feet while you take a stroll on the sand. Or those windy breeze playing with your hair when you lie down on the velvety soft shoreline, everything on a beach is so relaxing. Away from the hustle-bustle of city life with only the sound of the waves as an audio player, spending a vacation on a beach relaxes your soul and refreshes your mind.

November 8, 2019 0

Where to Go During Your Winter Holidays? Are You Rather Snow or Sun?

By iCorridor Moments

December, January and February are months when you can benefit from cold or generous thermometers. Whether you are fond of snow or rather fine sand, leaving in winter leaves you the choice. At the sea or in the mountains, the winter season allows you to fully enjoy your holidays. So, depending on your destination, you will leave with your pair of gloves or flip flops.

August 7, 2019 0

The Shell Fountain of the Boldt Castle

By iCorridor Moments

In the early 20th Century, George C. Boldt, (millionaire owner of the famous world-class hotel, the Waldorf Astoria) began to build full-scale a castle on the Heart Island for his wife Louise. Three hundred workmen worked to build this six-storey, 120-room castle. No detail was overlooked, no cost spared. In 1904, his wife suddenly disappeared, and all the work was stopped. Boldt never returned to the island and left behind this monument witness of his love. The castle is currently owned by the Thousand Islands Bridge Commission, which is restoring the castle to all its splendor.