First Timer’s Travel Guide to London

Traveling to London for the first time? This guide will tell you everything you need to know to plan a trip to London.

London is a very popular destination with almost 20 millions of visitors every year. It’s a huge city but it’s relatively easy to navigate around. It also helps that everyone speaks English (and so many other languages) so you can never get stranded without help. In this guide, I will tell you literally everything you need to know while visiting London. This includes how to get in, how to get around, where to stay, where to visit, when to visit, and many more! Continue reading

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Highlights of My 2017 Travels

Can you believe it’s almost 2018? Wow, 2017 went by super fast! Looking back, I realized that I hit a new continent this year! South America marks my 5th continent (Just missing Australia and Antarctica now). Contrary to what you may think, I don’t travel full time. It’s rather challenging to balance a full time job with occasional traveling but I think I utilized my limited vacation time quite well this year. Now a recap of my travel highlights this year: I hit 3 continents this year outside of the US and added a few new countries to my list! Continue reading

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Top Things To See In Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is probably one of the most visited cities in Asia and what fascinates me about Tokyo is that it’s a mixture between the old and new. This applies to food, culture, tradition, architecture, and fashion. It’s also seen as the capital of quirky things that you cannot find anywhere else in the world. Continue reading

11 Photos To Make You Want To Visit Peru

My recent trip to Peru has totally convinced me how amazing this country is and I am not only talking about Machu Picchu, although I have to admit that Peru was not on my radar before I learned about Machu Picchu. Even though I didn’t get to visit most parts of Peru, but from what I’ve seen, I hope the photos will convince you to visit this amazing country soon. Continue reading

4 Day 3 Night Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

When I first found out about Machu Picchu, I was 100% sure I was going to take the train up; hiking never crossed my mind. Years later, I somehow decided it would be cool to trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. Maybe I wanted a challenge or a sense of accomplishment, or maybe it was purely peer pressure because most people I know had done it. Regardless of why I changed my mind, I’m so glad I did it and want to share with you my journey! Continue reading

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How To Plan A Trip To China

China is a place that everyone should visit at least once. It’s a country with rich history and culture, beautiful landscape and delicious food. But many see China as an exotic destination that’s challenging to travel to mostly because of the language barrier. Having traveled there a few times in recent years, I want to share some tips on how to plan a trip there. Continue reading

What to See, Do, and Eat in Acadia National Park, Maine

Spending a weekend in Acadia National Park? This guide tells you everything about what to eat, where to stay, what to do and hike in Acadia National Park.

Acadia National Park located in Maine is a really popular choice of hiking and eating if you are visiting the East Coast. Or if you live in New York and want to find a long weekend getaway, this is, in my opinion, an amazing choice. Continue reading