Japan is on a lot of people’s bucket lists. Most people put it off because they have been told how expensive it is (false). Japan is one of the most breathtaking countries; this has a lot to do with the preservation of its national heritage. Ancient Japan is still alive in many of the cities. If you’re looking to take part in the heritage of an ancient kingdom, marvel at the care that goes into every detail of Japanese culture, or taste the succulent dishes of an island nation born to innovate, then you should most definitely visit these places in ancient Japan:
Although Japan has been highlighted as a very modern society, this country is also the pinnacle of experiences when it comes to nature and sightseeing. Sightseeing in Japan is unlike anywhere else in the World. No matter which season you go sightseeing in Japan, you are in for a spectacle; so don’t forget to bring extra memory for your camera. It is the perfect place for anyone who seeks to commune with nature and to be humbled by its beauty. If you want to go sightseeing in Japan au naturel then you should definitely check out these places.
Thanksgiving travel is one of the busiest travel periods of the year. Imagine trying to go on a short, 45 minute flight from Boston to New York. What could be a four hour bus ride would require getting to the airport, being there two hours prior to your flight, getting through security, fighting for overhead bin space and then finally taking your short flight. What seems like a quick flight turns into an experience that takes just as long, if not longer, than a bus ride. Read More
Just because you’re traveling on a budget and/or you’re a student does not mean that you have to stay someplace that hasn’t been updated since the 1970’s. In the past couple of years more and more boutique and artfully crafted accommodations have been created for hip travelers like yourself. Our staff travels all over, so we have made this list from some of the coolest hotels and hostels we stay at when we’re abroad. Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of year! Time for tricks and treats, but most importantly time for tales of epic proportion. Nothing is better than recounting a riveting story of how you survived a haunting or witnessed something supernatural. Better yet, telling your friends how you visited the real Sanderson Sisters’ house or visited the halls of Dracula’s Castle. I have a love affair with all things creepy, ghoulish, or frightening so I’ve put together a list of the scariest Halloween attractions to tempt your taste buds with bone chilling adventures. Your thirteen nights of Halloween just got a little more exciting. Read More