Today in our ongoing research documenting the People’s Beer around the globe, Doctor Chang beer is in. Without delay lets see what Thailand has in store for us thirsty travelers.
If you’re over the age of 25, you’ve probably earned some awesome drinking stories. Whether you’re just casual beer drinker, a wine snob, or a chugger of whiskey, you know that there are definitely some destinations that are better suited for alcohol consumption than others. Well, we’re here to help you decide what are the top vacation spots that should round out your boozy bucket list! Read on to learn all about the creme de la creme when it comes to drinking! More
Planning a trip to Belfast? There are a few things you’ll need to figure out before that becomes a reality. Get too drunk and you’ll have a hard time finding your way around. Too often people are overwhelmed by the task of planning a trip. Belfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland, so there is plenty to do before you embark upon its lovely landscape. There are five key factors to consider when planning for your trip: weather, transportation, site-seeing, food, and shelter. Once you have these details figured out the rest is an adventure! More
Traveling for work seems like an awesome perk when you first start out. But when the boss is buying the shots you can’t turn him down and suddenly it’s three o’clock in the morning and you’re headed to a club called Crazy Girls you flash forward to showing up at the office the next morning with a headache. Fret not, there are a few simple ways to avoid and possibly even prevent this impending doom of the workday hangover.
Europe is interconnected by a vast network of rail lines. It makes traveling from country to country easier, and at times more cost effective, than flying. Though with all good things, there are plenty of potential headaches if you don’t know the lay of the land. These few simple tips will make your European rail vacation smooth and simple and nobody will know if you’ve had a few too many. More
Learning about the Roman spirits and alcohol made in any place is one of the most interesting ways to learn about its history and it’s people. For one thing, they represent the essential ingredients that are native to an area. They also reflect the important outside influences that impacted the region and its traditions.