The Cinque Terre consists of five beautiful hillside towns (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso) on the west coast of Italy. They are famous for being historic and, well, beautiful. Not just “This place is beautiful” beautiful but more like “I died and gone to heaven and never want to leave” beautiful. I visited here on […]
Rotorua, New Zealand is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the North Island. (UN)Affectionately called Rotorvegas, this city is the launching ground for nature walks, Maori cultural experiences, trips to smelly geysers, and luxury spas. Besides being known for its hordes of tourist, this city is famous for its smell. The sulfur springs […]
Edinburgh, Scotland is beautiful with its cobble streets, tight quarters, the castle, and the Gothic architecture of many of its buildings. There is history everywhere you look in this city. In this post, I share 8 things you’ve got to see when visiting Edinburgh.
This wasn’t my first time in Barcelona. During my first trip around the world, I came here after deciding Amsterdam was getting too cold for me. I heard only good things about the city, and with cheap flights to the city, it seemed like the best place to go. I was only there for three […]
Located near the Cambodian border, I first heard of Ko Chang during my first visit to Thailand back in 2005. I was in Chang Mai and two backpackers were arguing over whether I should go to Ko Chang or Ko Samet. Back then, Ko Chang was a backpacker’s paradise. If Thailand had something close to […]
Taipei is the capital of Taiwan and is a great city. Taipei has a lot to do and while I wouldn’t live there again, I would certainly go back to visit. The city to have a lot of open and green space, and to be very clean. If you find yourself in Taipei and are looking for some things to do, check out these 9 tourist and non-tourist activities to occupy your time.