" Traveling is like flirting with life. It's like saying 'I would stay and love you, but I have to go; this is my station ", Lisa St. Aubin de Teran
Travelers and their experiences
Holiday experiences for children
Children can benefit from a collective holiday stay to make new friends and flourish without their parents, experience different activities, participate together in daily life tasks with the main objective of developing their personalities and skills. Such an idea will allow children to grow well, because, although we do not always realize it, but going on educational collective vacation is as important as going to school.
Unique holiday destinations for you
We've selected a range of unique destinations, unusual spots, ephemeral activities, hidden places, and quality service providers that can help you have the best holiday experience ever! Read our articles to learn more about our recommendations. This selection should allow you to experience new things by yourself and faraway lands...Trust us in your quest for new unforgettable experiences!
New holiday experiences
Accommodation is as important as choosing your holiday destination... It has to be as unique and pleasant as any other aspect of your trip. Take your time to choose the best place for you and your family. Booking online is one way to benefit from your holiday stay. Take a look at this website, sepecialized in holday rentals in Ile de Re: myhomein-ilederé.com to get an idea about what you can rent for your holidays.
Places worth visiting
For your own happiness,
invest in experience rather than in materiality!
Scientific research understands that the best return on investment comes from the enjoyment of what is lived, not that of what is bought!
We are all, each in our own way, in the pursuit of happiness. We aspire to live a life full of satisfaction and pride. We also know that money can help, but to some extent. Once the basic needs covered, the money does not make us much happier than normal.
According to Tom Gilovich, social psychology professor at Cornell University (New York, U.S.A.), the enemy of happiness is habit. We want to possess something, but we usually get used to it so quickly. The excitement of the first moments goes away rapidly. He reckons that it is much better to invest in activities and experiences like going to an exhibition, learning new skills or travelling. And ultimately, our experiences feed our conversations much better than the list of our possessions. They define us as individuals and connect us with our friends and relaties with the perspective of enriching our knowledge and sharing our experiences...