7 Things Travel Has Taught Me

I have been home for a little over a month now, and I have had some time to reflect on all the things that I have learned from my trip. I was inspired to create a "Things Travel Has Taught Me" post from my friend and fellow travel-blogger, thefreshstarttraveller. If you haven't already, check out... Continue Reading →

Discovery Shores Resort – Guest Review

Disclaimer: I have not received any services or compensation from Discovery Shores Resort for writing this review. All opinions are solely my own based on my experience at the resort. The Discovery Shores Resort experience begins from the time you step foot off the plane and out of Caticlan Airport. There is a representative from... Continue Reading →

Day 123 – Houston, Texas

And just like that ... I'm home. The 12-hr flight from Japan to Houston was pretty smooth. I was lucky enough to have an exit row seat so I had plenty of room to stretch out my legs. I didn't sleep much on the plane, only an hour here and there, but mostly passed the... Continue Reading →

Day 122 – Narita, Japan

That's a wrap! The last day of my trip came up so fast. Looking back, I'm still in awe at everything that I've been able to accomplish since Day 1. From Thai temples, cooking classes, pampering elephants in Chiang Mai, a half-moon party, learning to SCUBA dive in Koh Tao, to beautiful beaches on the... Continue Reading →

The Millennials Kyoto – Hotel Review

Disclaimer: I have not received any services or compensation from The Millennials Kyoto for writing this review. All opinions are solely my own based on my experience at the hotel. Overview. First and foremost, this is NOT a hostel. The Millennials Kyoto is a capsule-style hotel geared towards the younger generation known as "millennials." It's... Continue Reading →

Day 121 – Tokyo, Japan

Last day in Tokyo! This morning was a little rough. The roommates in my dorm kept walking in and out of the room all morning. One guy keeps forgetting the key code to open the door so he has to keep trying over and over again. Unfortunately, my bed is the closest to the door... Continue Reading →

Day 120 – Tokyo, Japan

This morning I went to the Tsukiji Market, which is one of the most famous markets in the world. I didn't care to wake up at 0500 to possibly catch the live tuna auction, instead I casually strolled in around 10am and walked the aisles of various eateries. I stopped when something caught my eye,... Continue Reading →

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