Do you like HoHos? I don't mean the snack cake kind. (Which, sweet tooth sufferer that I am, amazingly enough I've never had an affinity for.)
I'm talking about the touristy kind of HoHos, as in Hop-On, Hop-Off tours.
There are some travelers who find these sorts of tours too touristy.
This is a guest contribution from freelance writer Sally Writes.
Whether you are getting ready for Halloween or you just like a good scare, a haunted hike can be a fun and exhilarating experience that gets your heart rate up for more reasons than one. If you’re looking for ideas, we’ve
Today we're going to be talking about something a little different: Urban Exploration.
Also known as Urbex, it's the hobby of entering old abandoned buildings or similar locations, and just exploring the heck out of them. Snooping in and out of rooms, going through objects left behind, exposing yourself to all
When I shared the link about the reader seeking advice on trip planning to haunted New Orleans on HJ's Facebook page, I got a great comment from a Jaunter named Alyne. She lives in New Orleans and had some fantastic insights to share about enjoying the paranormal tourism there.
Before we left for our Western Caribbean cruise I knew I wanted to get a digital waterproof camera. I learned on our other Caribbean cruise (that time to Key West and the Bahamas) that it was a pain to get film developed for disposable waterproof cameras.
After much research and price
I had bought a new camera, a Sony Cybershot with 7x optical zoom, last August before we departed on our 10 day Canada/New England cruise. I loved my little Canon but the lens had been acting up. (Sometimes it was getting stuck upon start up which caused the camera not
I was going through some old posts when I came across this one: Seven Tips to Keep Your Fall Haunt Jaunts Safe. It sort of cracked me up. (Interesting to see what was on my mind last year around this time.)
But there was also some good advice too. So I