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  • How I fell for the Bangkok Tuk Tuk scam and how you can avoid it

    Traveler beware! My first day in Bangkok was very hot- it was a whopping 95 degrees. I got into the city around 4am therefore, I barely got any rest before heading out…

  • How I spent 72 hours in Seoul

    Seoul was the 2nd city I visited in Asia. After spending 5 days in Tokyo, I was looking forward to South Korea. Seoul is a big city, and it had a different…

  • Tips for visiting Asakusa

    After arriving in Japan and getting a good night’s sleep, I decided to visit one of the most popular temples in Tokyo, located in Asakusa. A visit to Japan is not exactly…

  • 10 things to do in Tokyo for first timers

      Tokyo was at the top of my bucket list for the longest mainly because I am an Anime (Japanese cartoon) head. Also, I am obsessed with Asia because Asia is a…

  • Getting to Tokyo from Narita Airport

    Tokyo has become my favorite city in the world. I have visited cities in Asia, Europe and South America but Tokyo stands out. Tokyo has been on my bucket list since I…

  • Barcelona in 48 hours

    I was lucky enough to visit Barcelona on my European tour. I remember watching Cheetah Girls 2 on Disney Channel in 2007, and I saw the girls run around Barcelona. It immediately…

  • Paris in Pictures

    Paris is one of the most visited and photographed cities in the world. As a result of this, I thought long and hard about how to blog about my visit. Then it…

  • 12 ways to save for travel

    The most important factor to consider as a traveler is money. There are several ways to save for traveling, we simply have to have a goal, and make the best use of…

  • Things to know before visiting Bogota

    I did not know much about Bogota, Colombia before I decided to visit. I did  some research and I noticed a lot of articles talked about things to do in Bogota as opposed…

  • 10 things not to miss in Bogota

    Being the capital of what some people see as a controversial country, I was not sure what to expect. It was bad enough that I do not speak an ounce of Spanish and I also expected people in Colombia to speak English.