To continue from last weeks post....here are another 5 ways to travel from home!
Visit Denmark’s virtual trip
VisitDenmark has launched an online culture box to offer a ‘bit of distraction for those asked to stay at home and avoid social contact’. WATCH HERE . So what can you watch? The livestreams in the wild they are offering are very special…you might not even see those things if you were there to visit! Would you be able to follow the white -tailed eagle, or the wild boar? The Danish ornithological society, DOF BirdLife, is currently streaming live from the nest of a majestic white-tailed eagle on Lolland. The nest currently has three eggs ready to hatch. WATCH HERE. So watch it for suspense footage! But there is so much more…dive into art galleries, cook Danish food, enjoy the Danish countryside, check different islands, learn fun facts and more about Vikings and weird Danish traditions.
Now you can take your car and visit the USA (if the states lets you in) or you can check out these awesome sites so you know where to go! Free without subscription is HERE . It updates its travel content every Thursday and is a free on -demand video streaming showing the great outdoors, food hotspots and road trips…good way to discover your own country!
Interested in National parks and wanting a ranger to be your guide…don’t move. Just visit HERE
In particular, we can discover :
- Kenai Fjords, Alaska
- Hawaii Volcanoes, Hawaii
- Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico
- Bryce Canyon, Utah, and
- Dry Tortugas, Florida.
You have had your fill of breathtaking landscapes and are looking for a little culture…Can you beat a seat at the Metropolitan Opera in New York (free live streaming productions) WATCH HERE Or you might enjoy a symphony with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra ( sharing performances through free video rebroadcasts and livestreams) or the Detroit Symphony Orchestra ( on-demand video streaming archive of past performances, free while live concerts are not running) WATCH HERE
Or maybe it is time for a night at Broadway….Broadway HD has an on-demand streaming platform with hundreds of productions. WATCH HERE
Optimum wellness from home
Needing to feel recharged , refreshed…at home? The Thai health resort, Chiva-Som, is inviting its devotees to pursue their goals for optimal wellness from home with inspirational wellness content and videos uploaded daily across the resort’s digital channels. This ranges from nutritional recipe ideas and wellbeing guides on the ChivaSom blog, to exercise videos by the resort’s resident expert trainers on YouTube and self-training tutorials.
Interesting Features include tips to improve sleep; Pilates, yoga and meditation classes; pranayama sessions and how to learn to self-massage.
The resort is also offering complimentary professional ‘teletherapy’ and online consultations with Chiva-Som’s Health and Wellness Advisors or Naturopathic doctors to assist in the maintenance of individual’s wellness lifestyle. WATCH HERE
Last but not least, Chiva-Som is also uploading virtual cooking classes to share their wellness cuisine knowledge and inspire everyone to cook healthier dishes at home (for those who worry to no longer fit in their clothes).
The latest initiative includes a Home Cooking Challenge, inviting viewers to follow and recreate the chosen dish at home and share on social media. The winner will receive a copy of the resorts Cooking with Light’ eCookbook! And if you have lost, just watch the video of their staff smiling at you to brighten your day … WATCH HERE
Visit : www.chivasom.com to feel refreshed!
Bringing the city a little closer …I love Amsterdam!
Check out Amsterdam in 360 degrees…discover virtual museums tours, North sea beaches, tulip fields of the Flower Strip, castles, shopping streets and, of course, windmills and more added every week! Visit HERE. There are even ‘living room’ performances and tips to entertain the kids online! Now everyone is happy!
Digital tour of the Finish
Once you are finished with Amsterdam, why not stroll in virtual Helsinki? You get to enjoy a digital tour of the city center…It starts from the empire-style Senate Square and the White Church and continues to the home of architect Alvar Aalto, the father of Nordic design. There’s also the chance to view the city skyline and the nature of Lonna Island.