Reasons why flights get cancelled

9 Reasons Why Flights Get Cancelled (Including Some Surprises)

You’ve been planning for weeks, you’re ready for your next big trip, and the worst happens: your flight gets cancelled. It’s one of the most frustrating things to experience for any traveler. It doesn’t happen all the time, thankfully. However, there are many reasons why flights get cancelled. When this happens, airlines usually give some […]

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Visiting Matsumoto Castle: Everything You Need To Know

Japan has its fair share of castles, but Matsumoto deserves an honorary mention. As one of the oldest castles in the country, it attracts a myriad of tourists each year. And if you planning to be one of the lucky people who get to walk around the grounds of this historic castle, there are some […]

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Getting To Chureito Pagoda From Tokyo

Getting To Chureito Pagoda From Tokyo – The Best View of Mount Fuji

If you are primed to get the best view possible of Mount Fuji then Chureito Pagoda is the place to do it.  With a stunning view of Mount Fuji with an iconic Pagoda On the left hand side of the shot, and often with either cherry blossoms or fall colors in the trees…what more could […]

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The Best Travel Shows Of All Time (TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime & More)

If you are like me and always yearning to travel, then one of the best ways to do this from home is to watch amazing travel shows on TV.  Over the years I have spent way too much of my spare time consuming every travel show under the sun. And, I thought it was high […]

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4-Day Cebu Itinerary

The Ultimate 4-day Cebu Itinerary (Sand, Sea and the City)

Cebu, also hailed as the Queen City of the South, is a world of its own. Located in the Visayan Region of the Philippines, Cebu has gained much popularity thanks to its many instaworthy beaches, historical significance, and delicious local delicacies. It was even featured in a recent Netflix documentary called “Street Food” where Cebu’s […]

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Sushi Dai

A Complete Guide to Dining at Sushi Dai

Japan is one of the most alluring destinations in Asia. It’s one of the few places that successfully marries creates harmony from contradictions. Part of being enamored by Japan’s mystical appeal is enjoying its cuisine that seems to have a global appeal. If there’s one place that perfectly captures the artistry that Japan exhibits even […]

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daintree river cruises

Daintree River Cruises: Like Crocodile Dundee, But Safer

If you are in Far North Queensland (or FNQ as the locals like to call it) and are heading to the Daintree Rainforest, you have to cross the Daintree River.  Which is a good thing! First, it’s an easy crossing with a local car ferry, which is really more like a floating pontoon, and only […]

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13 Things To Do In Mostar (And Surroundings)

Mostar is a gorgeous town in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the number one tourist spot in this part of the country. It is known for the iconic Old Bridge – the symbol of the town and Herzegovina. It is popular for its proximity to the Adriatic sea, rafting on the Neretva river and Red […]

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Things to see and do in Sibenik Croatia

The Best Things To Do & See In Šibenik (Plus Some Day Trips)

Šibenik is a lovely city on the Croatian seaside. It is home to no less than 4 fortresses and a beautiful old town called Civitas Sacra. But since it’s not that small a city, it can be difficult to decide which sights you can’t skip – and that’s where I come in.  I will tell […]

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chatuchak market guide

Chatuchak Market: Everything You Need to Know For Your First Time

With 15,000 market stalls spread across 35 acres Chatuchak Market is massive. How big is 35 acres? Just a bit over 26 football fields! You may be thinking the sheer size of this place is overwhelming and you’re absolutely right for thinking so. When navigating the world famous souvenir shopping haven, you’re going to need […]

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