Reviews of all the places you'll go and the people you'll meet there.
Top 5 Short Treks in Nepal
Nepal is known as a trekker's paradise and is in the center of the Himalayas. Adventurers from all over the world have been drawn to its high peaks, rough scenery, and lively cultures for many years. Trekking in Nepal is more than simply a physical journey; it is a spiritual and cultural journey that makes a lasting impression on those who go into its remote areas.
Life in Asia: Differences Between Living In Japan and Korea
If you prefer listening or watching instead of reading, please click the link above! Disclaimer: My experience with ESL teaching has been in South Korea (4 years) and Japan (1 year). So do keep in mind this list is mostly experential and hopefully factual for the majority.
Why Some People Choose Not to Reside in These States
The United States is a vast country with diverse landscapes, cultures, and lifestyles. From bustling metropolitan areas to quiet rural towns, every state has its unique characteristics that make it special. However, some states are less populated than others, which often means that they have their distinct qualities.
Would You Consider a Staycation in Maidstone?
In this economy, many of us are probably now considering holidays a bit closer to home. Covid definitely also had a hand in making the idea of a “staycation” more normalised. If you’re in the UK and considering where to go this Summer, feel free to join me in this review of our stay at 13 The Mallows in Maidstone. Amongst my friends, the staycation has actually been somewhat of an annual tradition. Every Summer, one of my closest friends hosts a weekend away for her birthday somewhere in the UK.
Things only exist in Japan.
Cat cafes. You might be surprised to hear this name for the cafes, which are coffee cafes intended for coffee and cat-sucking. Many people prefer to go in there and play with soft-fruited cats and nice colors. These cafes are the first of their kind, and they're exclusively in Japan.
7 Reasons to Visit India
Hi readers, I hope this blog finds you well. Before starting with the content a token of apology from my side I was not available to give you any content in writing for many months.
Beach Towns Abound in Costa Rica (#5)
A beach (playa) is for soaking up calm experiences and the ones west of Liberia do not disappoint. First up, there are several to choose from. Do you want to see iguanas and have an SUV? Check out Playa Iguanita. Do you like swimming with lots of manta rays, but not crowds of people? If so check out Playa Cabuyal. Do you like a long beach with gorgeous sunsets and an array of restaurants and souvenir shops nearby? If so, check out Playa del Coco. Honestly, there are tons of beaches in Costa Rica, including some secluded ones you can get to by renting a kayak, so take your pick.
Visiting Nature in Costa Rica (#4)
A staple when soaking up nature in Costa Rican is a hike part way up an active volcano to see gorgeous waterfalls. Paraiso Volcano Lodge, the lodge we stayed at I described in the previous article, was nestled in between two volcanos with a third a reasonable drive away. There is Miravelles, which we skipped but would have loved if we had a whole day to dedicate; then there is Rincon de la Vieja, which I had originally aimed for since it has natural hot springs nearby; and then there is Tenorio, which we did.
The Top 10 Safest Countries to Call Home
In a world that is constantly changing and facing various challenges, finding a safe and secure place to call home is a top priority for many people.
Our Volcanic Accommodations in Costa Rica (#3)
When scouring the Internet for a great place to stay, we knew it had to be inland surrounded by nature as well as within suitable driving distance (under 90 minutes) from a slew of enjoyable activities. We found it at Paraiso Volcano Lodge (paraiso translates to paradise) at the border of the Guanacaste and Alajuela provinces on route 164.
Twin-Hike Mount Manalmon and Mount Gola in Sitio Madlum, Barangay Sibul, San Miguel Bulacan, Philippines
To visit the mountains at Sitio Madlum, Barangay Sibul, and San Miguel Bulacan, pay an entry charge of 20 pesos per person at Sitio Pamunuan.
Two Days in Dublin, Ireland
Day 1: Diving Deep into Dublin's Gritty Heart Day 1 in Dublin is not just a journey; it's an expedition into the soul of the city. Temple Bar, with its cobbled streets and historic echoes, is more than a destination—it's a narrative of Dublin's tumultuous past and vibrant present. Here, every corner tells a story, from the scholarly halls of Trinity College to the legendary walls of The Brazen Head, Ireland's oldest pub.