So you just booked your trip to Japan? How awesome!
Booking your return flights to Japan is obviously the first and most important thing to do. After that though, you need to figure out which cities to visit and what to see/do in each city. This might be easy peasy lemon squizy for you because you’ve already done loads of research when it comes to the highlights of Japan and popular activities. However, this could also be a bit difficult difficult lemon difficult for you. – I’m sorry that scentence always cracks me up, I’m dying of laughter right now haha –
Anyways, if you’re not entirely sure yet where to go in Japan, or you do know which cities you want to visit but don’t know what to do with all the time you have while there, I’m here to help. Kyra to the rescue!
Today, I’m going to share with you our Japan Itinerary!
We all have one: a bucket list. And most bucketlists include at least one item that has to do with traveling. Anything can be on it. From wanting to travel the world to wanting to finally go on your first vacation without your parents.
The thing is, most people don’t take action to tick off things on their bucket list. I feel like the biggest reasons why people don’t do the things they’ve got on their bucket list, are time and money.
You know what. I used to be one of those people, but I made a change. I made the dicision to just go for it, start doing the things I had on my bucket list. And so can you!
I wrote this blogpost to help you realise that and to make sure you’re living your best life!
Today I’m going to be sharing with you my travel essentials: what I ALWAYS bring with me when I travel & why. – Apart from the obvious stuff like deodorant, my passport & a toothbrush, duh – No matter where I go, no matter how far away the place is, no matter how long I’ll be staying and no matter the climate.
About a week and a half after I got back from my holiday to Kos, Greece, I was lucky enough to be flying out to Barcelona for a couple of days. I spent three days here and had a wonderful time just enjoying the amazing food and pretty architecture. I’ll tell you exactly what I did and where to eat, so keep on reading of you’re going to Barcelona soon!
If you are planning on going to Kos in the near future or if you are just interested in reading about some weird facts about this island, then this is the perfect article for you! 10 things you NEED to know about Kos before you go there!
This was the last day for us in Kos. And we didn’t even spent all of it in Kos! We got on the boat to Bodru, Turkey, early in the morning and spent the day there. It was a lot of fun to see what it was like there and it was also fun to see the differences between the countries, even if they are located so close to eachother. We had a great day!