Between calls for congressional hearings and demolition of classified cracks as we run some sort of anti-pandemic epidemic, many of us can take advantage of a break. That's not the easiest thing to do when you're stuck at home — especially if you like to travel. If your favorite self-care plan is in place in other cities, states and countries, getting locked out of your home's credit bureau may be taxed.
But that doesn't mean that escape is impossible: We just need to embrace the virtual experience. Just as we read books or bite the Netflix series to escape the world, we can temporarily leave it behind for a short walk home.
As with any type of trip, plan your trip in advance by setting your trip. You decide where you want to go, what you want to see and what activities you can participate in – all without the hassle of worrying about how you will get there.
If you can, give yourself space out of your sleep or do your work to immerse yourself fully in the travel experience. To the best of your ability, repeat the ambiance and vibe of your chosen destination:
- Light a candle or fireplace if you want to set up a camping condition. Hit the lights and save the charge on your electricity.
- Don't forget about the scents! If you visit an actual amusement park, try to recreate this recreational cake recipe
Where to go
That's all for you. If you are exploring the sea, you probably would like to go to the ocean to enjoy the sight of the blue water and hear the sound of the waves. In accordance with Cindy T. Graham, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist in Colombia, Maryland, on the coast may have some health benefits: “The sound of the sea can have a calming or meditative effect. Activities that promote relaxation … have been shown to have beneficial effects on physical health (e.g. lower cortisol levels, reduced weight, improved heart health). In addition, these exciting events are also linked to improving mental health (a decrease in symptoms of depression and anxiety). ”
Beaches are not the only places we can enjoy. There are so many options, including going to theme park too riding a rollercoaster home!
Here are some of the immersive walking tours you can explore right now:
The arrival of beaches
Scuba divers Palau
For less than six minutes, this 360-degree junction will take you to the water depth of Palau. Fresh water, passing corals, and active fish schools are just a small part of this video – you can also learn the role that coral plays in climate change.
Rub once Waikiki Beach in Oahu, Hawaii
Visualize yourself without placing the pieces in the sand as the sun covers your forehead. For more than two hours, you can enjoy the crash of aquamarine waves while you sail the ocean, see the children playing in the sand, and watch the skies soaking.
Look Serengeti National Park Tanzania
This is a 78-degree video it allows you to explore the Serengeti with all the fun and no worries about the safety of being close to being a genius with wildebeest, gorillas, and a friendly warthog.
Kenai Fjords National Park Alaska
Or maybe you want to visit a snowmobile and view the snowcapped mountains. You can walk on snowflakes and witness the emergence of a humpback whale in the water.
Guided city tour
Get a chance to see Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and many other famous places in the United Kingdom city. Your tour guide Peter provides the historical context of each site and why they are culturally important.
This guided tour allows you to get a feel for one of Southeast Asia's most popular tourist destinations full of beautiful architecture, temples, and golden Buddhists.
Italy, as we all know, is severely affected by the epidemic. As you pass through this beautiful city, with over 1.4 million people, you can look forward to a day when you can personally visit. The tour traces the modernization of Milan over the past decade, as well as older buildings such as Castello Sforzesco—One of Leonardo DaVinci and Michelangelo's masterpieces.
See the show
Summer is usually a good time for concerts or hosting a game. I, for the first time, love to go to events to watch my favorite musicians sing while putting out songs with strangers from around the country.
But even if we don't go to festivals anytime soon, we can still watch Broadway games and dance as professional DJs mix it up. Or enjoy the performance of country music, if that's your thing.
Here is a list of some shows you can visit, at home:
- Broadway: BroadwayHD offers a free seven-day trial and a front-row seat to games like Macbeth, CATS, and Swan Lake.
- Group Separation and DJ N-Nice: In one day this old hip hop school of DJ grew its social media from just a few thousand to over a million followers. Club Quarantine has been visited by some of the top celebrities, including none other than Lady Lady first Lady Michelle Obama.
- Detroit Symphony Orchestra– DSO offers viewers a plethora of options, broken based on orchestral style (baroque, classical, romantic), female composers, and composers by name.
- The Metropolitan Opera– The Met offers featured presentations from the company Live in HD series, free, with each performance is available for 23 hours. Take a look at their upcoming program, which includes Cosi Fan Tutte with Puccini & # 39; s Madama Butterfly.
- Whiskey Jam & # 39; s, Rice Jam– Risky Jam is hosted on vis Instagram Live, every night from 9 to 11 pm CST where over 6 country music artists perform every evening.
Wear a section
Just because you're home doesn't mean you have to stay in your yoga pants. Continue to wear what you were planning to wear to the Attention Ball. Do your hair. Break open your unused art kit. Or throw in those swimming trunks, sunscreen, and shadows just as you would if you had not received it at sea. Make it a full minute of FaceTime with your friends and loved ones and take screenshots of how beautiful everything is.
Also remember to breathe, have fun, and feel free to tag us on social media during your residence hall.