These cubes make it easy to organize your belongings, and prevent leaks or damage to other items in your suitcase.
Garrett and Jessica Gee aren’t your typical couple.In 2015, the two decided to sell all their belongings and travel the world with their two kids. They’re now being paid to globe trot full time — and have no plans of slowing down.See how they did it in the gallery above and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
With its palm tree studded beaches, jaw-dropping temples, elephants and delicious food, Thailand is one of those exotic destinations that practically every one of us dreams of visiting. The trick is to head to Thailand in the rainy season.
On Saturday, China unveiled a sleek glass bridge in the Hunan province that’ll make your knees go weak. Spanning 430 metres and hanging 300 metres above the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon, it’s the longest and highest glass bridge in the world. In light of this terrifying architectural feat, we took a look at 6 other outrageous tourist attractions around the globe. Check out the video above for more details and let us know if you’d visit any of them by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA
How many times have you reached your travel destination only to unpack your checked-in luggage to find that your foundation has leaked, or the precious serum you spent $$$ on is now all over your clothes, or that the your favourite eye shadow or blush has completely shattered. Yup, I’ve been there, makeup and heart both shattered into a million pieces. Don’t rely on that “fragile” tag on your bag, here are four packing tips so you’ll never have to find another broken beauty product.
A photo posted by Official Revival Tour (@revivaltour) on May 10, 2016 at 11:40am PDT What do you do before you go on stage?
“I’m going to try and kiss girls I’ve never met before by using this translation device, iLi,” he says in the video. While the concept of a translator that you can wear definitely sounds cool and probably pretty useful for things other than trying to score, the ad makes its intentions rather questionable.
Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. April 1979 & May 2015. Christian Carollo is a man on a mission. The American photographer is following the same journey that his grandparents took over 30 years ago and visiting all of the same places.