Top 5 Countries in the World to go on a Cruise

Top 5 Countries in the World to go on a Cruise

Cruising is fun for many reasons- no need for rental cars or hotels, opportunities for meeting fun and interesting people from around the world, and not to forget entertainment events such as concerts and games to enjoy with family and friends! But do you know what’s another thing that can take your cruise experience to another level? Casinos! When you are going cruising, why not pick a famous gambling destination to enjoy your favorite casino games? With regard to that, the following are some of the best options that you can consider:   1. Monaco Monaco is famous for many things, but Monte Carlo tops them all with its beautiful range of holiday-homes, bad-ass sports cars hurtling on the streets, and of course, the dazzling casinos. In fact, it’s one of the most stylish and exclusive casino hubs in the entire world and also home to the Monte Carlo Casino which is one of the world’s biggest and most popular casinos. Paying a visit to Monte Carlo casino is one of the most important things to do in Monte Carlo if you love gambling. It’s the place where some of the most legendary movies such as Once Upon a Crime, GoldenEye, and Casino Royale, etc. were filmed. It’s also where the annual European Poker Tour was held. So, if you get the time to do just one thing in Monte Carlo, be sure it’s the Monte Carlo Casino!   2. New Zealand New Zealand is another great country for cruising and visiting casinos. This is because gambling is legal here and there are a number of gaming and racing...
7 Amazing Countries to Visit to Immerse Yourself in a New Culture

7 Amazing Countries to Visit to Immerse Yourself in a New Culture

This post was last updated on March 1st, 20181. Guatemala Guatemala is a Central American country to the south of Mexico, and if you are craving a holiday filled with exciting wildlife and nature then this is the place for you. It has ancient Mayan ruins, rainforests and volcanoes. You can visit Tikal National Park to see the ruins of ancient Mayan temples like Mundo Perdido or Temple of the Grand Jaguar and go bird watching as well. Be sure to visit the Lake Atitlán which is a massive volcanic crater in the southwestern highlands. You can also visit the Auto Safari Chapin to see lions, hippos and giraffes and several other species.   2. Japan Japan has traditions dating back thousands of years. You can experience the Japanese culture in their food, sports, drinks, manga and anime, Geisha, Samurai, Theatre and Japanese gardens. Social conventions such as Bowing, taking off footwear, eating etiquette and the no tipping policy in Japanese restaurants are taken seriously here unlike in western countries where tipping in a must. Japan has thousands of both Buddhist and Shinto Temples to visit. You can also trek the popular Mount Fuji and other surrounding mountains in Japan.   3. Italy Italy is the home of the Roman Empire and is known for its Roman, Renaissance and Baroque architecture. Italians have a strong family culture as they often have family gatherings. Visit the Vatican City in Rome which is the controlling authority for Roman Catholics in the World. Make sure you also see the Colosseum, Sistine Chapel and Trevi Fountain when visiting Rome. The cuisine in Italy...
5 Great Honeymoon Ideas to Suit Every Type of Couple

5 Great Honeymoon Ideas to Suit Every Type of Couple

This post was last updated on March 5th, 2018 The honeymoon is an important step for a couple in their relationship. It allows you to relax together before starting your life as a married couple. You will want your honeymoon to be amazing so you remember it for all the right reasons. If you really love your honeymoon destination you could return there in future years when you celebrate your anniversary. Here are 5 great honeymoon ideas to suit every type of couple. Tour Latin America Latin America or South America is a large continent with a diverse terrain. You can visit the bustling crowded city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil or explore spectacular glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina. The Latin America Travel Company provides a wide range of choices to suit every type of traveler, however, active couples who enjoy exploring and spotting wildlife will be best suited to a holiday here. Explore Beautiful Dubrovnik Dubrovnik is known for its massive stone walls that encircle the old town and is known as “the pearl of the Adriatic”. The city is the setting for the popular television series Game of Thrones in which the set of the Kings landing is filmed here. You can take a ferry to Lokrum which is 600 meters from Dubrovnik to explore a spectacular beach and monastery. Visit the fortress of Lovrijenac which is 37 meters above sea level just outside the western wall of the old town. Be sure to take a ride on the Dubrovnik Cable Car which offers stunning old city views from high above the ground....
Online Gambling Laws and Regulations: the US Compared With the UK

Online Gambling Laws and Regulations: the US Compared With the UK

This post was last updated on April 13th, 2018Gambling is one of the most popular pastimes of the people in the entire world, especially in the USA and the UK. In fact, in the US alone, the people spent a whopping $465 billion dollars during 2017, which is projected to jump to $480 billion USD this year, and then to $495 billion USD next year. At present, gambling in America is regulated at state level. This means that some casino games are legal in some states but not in others. Take Nevada for example, which is where the casino mecca Las Vegas is. Here almost every kind of gambling is legal which is also quite important because that’s what attract tourists from around the world. However, then we also have Utah which doesn’t allow gambling at all. This is in spite of the experts believing that the US can benefit from legalized gambling according to Conservativeread.com. Casinos are popular in both the US and the UK. However, the latter has to deal with fewer problems are the laws are more lenient there. Let’s take a close how at the law and order system that governs the online casino industry in both countries.   Casino Laws in the US Gambling laws are somewhat complicated in the US. There are federal laws, state laws, as well as local laws, all of which are considered when online casinos are launched in the country. A major change was also brought in the online gambling industry with the introduction of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) in 2006. It didn’t really make online...
Grand National Is A Must-See Event

Grand National Is A Must-See Event

Source: Racing Post via Twitter The Grand National has become a tradition in the United Kingdom. Every April, even casual fans are aware of the grandeur of the meet, such is its popularity. The race is arguably the most prestigious event in the sport, although the Kentucky Derby and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe also stake a claim. As a result, it’s certainly worth a trip to Liverpool to view the event. You do not have to be an aficionado of racing to understand or even get to grips with the meet. Thousands of novices attend the race every year without background knowledge of the competitors. You cannot watch the racing without indulging in a punt or two. Sometimes picking your horse can be as simple as the name or an intuition. A big enough win might be enough to pay for the trip, although using a free bet through Oddschecker for the race will even cover the cost of a punt using one of their leading bookmakers for the event. Tickets are not overly expensive at the price, with the lowest prices available at £29 to enter Aintree Racecourse. At full capacity on National Day, 70,000 flood through the ground – therefore, you can imagine there’s quite an atmosphere once the race gets underway. The Grand National is steeped in history, dating back to the 19th century. Great competitors have succeeded but have also been felled by the daunting fences on display. Becher’s Brook, The Chair and Canal Turn are capable of defeating the best of horses and jockeys. It’s enthralling to watch with a pint or a...
Five Adventures to Have in New York City

Five Adventures to Have in New York City

This post was last updated on January 16th, 2018New York City is called the city that never sleeps for a reason. Day or night–any time you hit the streets– there is something going on. It’s this aspect of the New York lifestyle that makes this metropolis the perfect destination for adventurous souls. If you’re looking to make an escapade out of your trip to this urban jungle, here are five activities to unleash your adventurous spirit. Paddle Boarding on the Hudson Paddle boarding down the Hudson River isn’t just a fantastic way to see the city from a different perspective; it’s physically intensive, challenging, and an adrenaline rush. As you paddle, you will see the skyline in its entirety. Schedule your adventure so that you can catch the sunset from the water, or see some of the major tourist attractions from a unique angle. As paddle boarding is labor intensive, it might not be for everyone. In that case, consider swapping out your paddle board for a kayak. You get the same experience and a vigorous cardiovascular workout without the focus on balance and standing for an extended period. You will have to work through currents, wind, and waves to get to your destination, but the journey will be just as exciting! Hit the Brooklyn Bike Park If BMX is your passion and your car has an “I’d rather be cycling” bumper sticker, be sure to stop in at the bike park in Brooklyn. This pump track boasts jumps, hills, and turns to create a whirlwind adventure for bike enthusiasts, skateboarders, and other forms of self-propelled wheels. You can...