Wayward Approach

Sharing guides to destinations everywhere. These generally avoid museums and your standard tourist attractions. I love to get local, walk around, and eat delicious food. Find the best activities and restaurants to checkout on your journey.

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Take in Historic Wilmington

Wilmington is a stunning city filled with Southern charm. It sits within close proximity to some of North Carolina’s most popular beaches. Historic Wilmington is port city with a lovely waterfront area that’s perfect for walking. Established by colonists in the 18th century, many of the original buildings are now restaurants and shops.

Essential Thailand Travel Information

Traveling to Thailand? Here you’ll find essential Thailand travel information. From planning your trip to executing it, this information will guide you every step of the way.

Bangkok the Gateway to Thailand

Bangkok is Thailand’s largest and most populated city. Home to Thailand’s largest international airport Bangkok is the gateway to Thailand. Some will spend a night or two exploring the city, while many head straight to the country’s mountain or beach regions. There are many ways to enjoy your time in this bustling city. It is a booming metropolis packed with cosmopolitan high rises, grand palaces, and historic temples It is home to exciting nightlife and some of the best street food in the county.

Discover Krabi

Krabi is a province famous for its stunning karst cliffs. Besides its stunning scenery, Krabi is home to beautiful beaches and waterfalls. It is also the perfect setting for outdoor adventure activities. Kayaking, rock climbing, and snorkeling are all popular activities here. Spend your days filled with activities or find a secluded beach. There are so many ways to discover Krabi.

Go on an Adventure in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is Thailand’s northern capital. It has a much more relaxed vibe than its southern counterpart, Bangkok. Surrounded by mountains and jungles, the air is cooler than areas to the further south. Go on an adventure in Chiang Mai. Spend time trekking to hill-tribe villages or zip-lining in the hills. It is also a convenient transportation hub to many northern cities.

Day Trip to Ayutthaya

Founded in 1351 Ayutthaya is city home to a complex of temple ruins. This area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ayutthaya was the ancient capital of Siam for 417 years. Siam was overtaken by Burmese invaders in 1767. If you are in Bangkok, plan a day trip to Ayutthaya. It is a 2-hour train ride north, and away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Spend the day exploring ancient temples and ruins and learn about this city’s rich history. It is also home to the famous stone Buddha head enraptured in a tree’s roots.

Fall in Love with San Diego

The weather in San Diego is consistently warm with little rainfall. It is the perfect travel destination year-round. The area boasts loads of hiking trails, stunning beaches, and hip eateries. Its multitude of atrractions and laid-back atmosphere, are the perfect ingredients for you to fall in love with San Diego.

Walking in Joshua Tree National Park

Walking in Joshua Tree National Park is a journey through a variety of desert and rocky landscapes. Littered with Joshua Trees, it is filled with hiking trails and boulders for climbing. The park is the meeting place of the Mojave and Colorado deserts. Its higher elevation makes the air cooler than other Southern California locations. It has little light pollution, which makes it the perfect place to spend a night under the stars.

Traveling to Los Angeles

A vibrant city bursting with world-class attractions. With over 280 sunny days a year, Los Angeles is a great city to get outside. It is home to white sandy beaches and miles of hiking and biking trails. The city is the center of film production. The Hollywood Walk of Fame commemorates the achievement of those in the film industry. The brass stars are embedded in the sidewalk along Hollywood Boulevard.

Visiting Zagreb

Croatia’s capital and most populated city, Zagreb sits in the land-locked northwest region. Often overlooked, visiting Zagreb offers a glimpse into the lives of everyday Croatians. The city is a blend of new and old. Cobblestone walkways and Medieval buildings translate the city’s rich history. It is also a modern metropolis with posh restaurants and bars. As Croatia’s cultural heart, Zagreb hosts scores of events and festivals. This provides endless opportunities for entertainment.