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A Guide to Museum Visitation

Travel Tips - Shelia - December 21, 2022

Museum Visitation

Whether you’re going to a museum to see art or architecture, there are several tips you can follow to make your visit perfect. Some tips include getting the gist of an exhibit on your own, booking tickets in advance, and taking advantage of guided tours. Continue Reading

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Tips For Locating a Quality Wild Camping Site

Travel Tips - Shelia - December 12, 2022

Whether you’re new to the wild camping world or an experienced camper, there are some critical tips for locating a quality wild camping site. The first thing to remember is that you’ll need to take the right gear with you, so remember to pack your sleeping bag, tent, and other essentials. Also, check out the laws in the area you plan to camp in to avoid any trouble. You’ll also want to ensure that you stay away from areas where you can be exposed to danger, such as lakes or rivers. Continue Reading

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Visa Types Available to U.S. Citizens Who Wish to Visit India

Travel Tips - Shelia - October 18, 2022

A few different types of Visas are available to U.S. citizens who wish to visit India. These include the Tourist visa, the K-1 visa, and the 10-year visa. Each type has specific requirements and limitations. Continue Reading

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How Much Does a Woman’s Electric Bike Cost?

Travel Tips - Shelia - July 21, 2022

Woman's Electric Bike

Depending on the features you want, the price of a woman’s electric bike can be as low as $350 or as high as $7,000. Shimano, Canyon, and Embolden offer excellent electric bikes, but how much does it cost? The first thing to consider, especially in women’s electric bicycle, is customer service and construction quality. Then decide which type of bike best fits your needs and budget. Continue Reading

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Travelling With Long COVID: What You Need to Know

Travel Tips - Shelia - April 26, 2022

Talk to most people who have tested positive for COVID-19 over the past couple of years and their experience of it seems to fall into one of two distinct camps.

There are those who became acutely ill with the disease. As we know all too well, significant numbers from this group ended up in hospital, mainly suffering from severe respiratory problems. Tragically, more than 170,000 people in the UK have lost their lives to the disease to date.

And then there are those who experienced much milder symptoms, if any at all. Especially among younger age groups, COVID’s effects have often been no more serious than a heavy cold or, at worst, flu. As more and more people have been vaccinated, the numbers experiencing these milder symptoms has grown.

But then there’s another, third group. One which has struggled to have its voice heard throughout the pandemic. These are people who have continued to experience symptoms long after experts tell us the initial infection runs its course. These are the people who are afflicted by what’s come to be known as Long COVID. Continue Reading

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