Monthly Travel Journal – October 2019

October is my favorite month of the year. Can you guess why? Because my birthday is in October! Well, that’s one of the reasons but I also love this month…

Virgin Island, Bohol – what you need to know

With stunning waterfalls, gorgeous beaches, and the famous Chocolate Hills, Bohol is one of the top tourist attractions in the Philippines. We’ve spent a few days there before heading to…

Alona Beach, Bohol – EVERYTHING you need to know

If you’re looking for a white sand beach, turquoise water, and beautiful palm trees, Alona Beach is for you. This tropical paradise situated on Panglao Island near Bohol is an…

Phu Quoc Starfish Beach | Important info for tourists

If seeing starfish in their natural habitat is something on your bucket list, then you definitely are in the right place. Phu Quoc Starfish Beach is the perfect place to…

The INCREDIBLE Blue Temple, Chiang Rai – GUIDE

Unlike Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai is a laid-back city with a population of 200,000. Many people choose to visit this city as a day trip from Chiang Mai but I…

Dimiao Twin Falls Bohol (Pahangog Falls) – GUIDE

You’re probably already planning to visit the famous Chocolate Hills on Bohol but how about visiting a less-touristy waterfall? Bohol Island is full of natural wonders and Dimiao Twin Falls…

BEST hidden waterfalls near Ubud, Bali

Finding hidden waterfalls in Bali is becoming increasingly difficult. Wherever you go, there are buses filled with tourists eager to take over every little piece of the island. Luckily, there…

Bamboo Hanging Bridge, Bohol – what you need to know

The Philippines is an amazing tourist destination, well known for its pristine beaches and crystal-clear water. Out of more than 7,000 Philippines islands, Bohol is one of the most visited…

Renting a Kimono in Tokyo – a complete guide with prices

When traveling to Japan you’ll see lots of people, both locals and tourists, wearing beautiful kimonos with elegant embroidered designs. You’ll see them at temples, in parks, and in front…