Ephraim Vashovsky’s Blog
A pilgrimage is defined as a journey of self-discovery, almost always to a faraway place, in order to search for either moral or spiritual meaning. Contrary to popular belief, however, this doesn’t always go hand in hand with religion. A secular pilgrimage is a non-denominational journey that takes people to a site without having any religious agenda. People can still go on a spiritual journey regardless of the reason.
Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a first-timer, sometimes the question of wardrobe can be a daunting one when packing for a trip. There is only so much space available in a suitcase, and there’s no way to know for sure exactly how to prepare for every single contingency because sometimes life just happens.
When you’re traveling, it can sometimes be more advantageous to choose a hostel over a more conventional hotel/motel. There are many things to consider beforehand, however, since not every personality will be a good fit for the communal environment of a hostel. There are definitely pros and cons to choosing to go the hostel route, it just takes a little research to decide whether it’s a good match for you.
Some people are content to ring in the New Year at home, either by throwing a party or staying cuddled up on the couch. But for those who like to venture out on the last night of the year, there are a variety of options. Just remember to plan ahead and get all documentation ready, especially if you’ll be traveling a great distance.