Are you looking for some travel tips? Since COVID-19 forced many of us inside, we’ve grown tired of sitting at home. However, travel restrictions are lifting and people are starting to travel again. We thought it was time to prepare a list of travel tips, tricks and reminders to help you prepare as you get back into traveling the globe or plan your annual vacation.
Travelling isn’s as easy as it might seem. It is especially the case if you are doing it alone. Being far away from home on your own is a perfect setting for awkward and unpredictable situations when everything goes wrong.
Now, this is a different kind of story, a sad one. It came from one of our Russian users. Back then, he didn’t have Yolla to help him out, so he spent a lot of money on calls to Russia in roaming.
The Republic of Uzbekistan is a country located in the central Asia, bordering with Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, and Turkmenistan. In fact, Uzbekistan is one of only two countries in the world doubly landlocked, meaning it has at least two foreign borders to cross to get to the coastline.
A former Soviet Union member, now Uzbekistan is home to almost 33 million citizens. The capital city of Uzbekistan is Tashkent, a beautiful and remarkable place to visit.
Despite the fact fall is almost over, it’s still easy to break your routine by taking a trip on a whim. Middle November is probably the most beautiful time of the year in many cities – colorful and picturesque views replace crowds of tourists. That won’t long last as Christmas is stepping behind, so be fast enough to book a trip at least for a weekend to have your perfect getaway.
Nauru, or the Republic of Nauru in official naming, is an island country located in Central Pacific in the heart of Micronesia, close to Manus Island. With Vatican City and Monaco ahead, Nauru is the third smallest country in the world with a population of only 10,084 residents!
Its’ nature is so unrealistically beautiful that everyone falls in love with the island from the first sight. Take the name alone: Nauru comes from the word Anáoero, meaning “I go to the beach”.