I'm usually skeptical about travel sites that recommend tourist attractions, perhaps because I'm a photographer and tend to seek out places that are less-visited or "hidden." Then, I saw that minube users were sharing their own favorite places, places that are actually special to them.For me, it became a source of inspiration – a place where I could find recommendations about things to do in even the most out-of-the-way destinations.During our two year long trip around the world, minube was an excellent tool to discover new and exotic destinations and save the places we wanted to visit.
By sharing the things we love, we can inspire other travelers to live their own unique experiences.
Simply put, we want to help you discover the most amazing places on Earth.
It’s this sense of community that makes minube special.
I realized that minube is not a site that's just trying to sell you something, but rather a place that can help you in all stages of your trip (local cuisine, restaurants, points of interest, hidden places, where to stay), regardless of your travel style.
I strive to make minube a sort of home for all of us who are passionate about traveling, from the moment we start thinking about our next getaway to when we’re back at home and sharing our memories.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re using the website or minube’s i OS and Android apps, my dream is the same: to make minube an indispensable part of your next trip.In just about every place we visited, we found the reviews and photos helpful for finding things to do as well as restaurants and hotels. As a photographer, I'm a tremendously visual person and a lot of times a beautiful photo is all it takes to convince me to pack my bag and head out into the world.Minube's community not only gives practical advice and recommendations (the kind that only travelers can give), but they also share gorgeous photos that help you discover some truly incredible places.Note: we will be meeting a week earlier this month due to Memorial Day closure. Our knitting circle meets every Tuesday to learn together. If you have any questions or need help a knitting an instructor sits with the group. This session will address important topics such as Powers of Attorney, Living Trusts, and Guardianship.An investigation into the restorative benefits of nature draws on cutting-edge research and the author's explorations with international nature therapy programs to examine the relationship between nature and human cognition, mood, and creativity. Stop by, or call (847)905-0764 to reserve yours today. We provide all the supplies, you bring the creativity. What legal options are available in planning and paying for long-term care?To start, simply click on the button to generate 10 random names. DC helps take science out of the lab and into the community with Science Rendezvous On May 12, Durham College (DC) put the spotlight on science for curious minds of all ages at the annual Science Rendezvous event. Ships come in many different shapes and sizes, and so do their names.The owner of the ship can usually name the ship whatever they wish, and there's a huge variety of used names out there.Minube has something special that I think is lacking in similar travel apps...something romantic.There's something about the design, the features – it’s all created with community and sharing in mind.