Japan has had a tough time recently, to say the least.
Almost two years after the deadly earthquake and tsunami, followed by radiation crisis, Japan is back as a hot tourism destination.
Once upon a time, on an island far, far away…
I could actually start this post just like that. When your Prince Charming propose to you on a secluded island in Fiji during a surprise trip, isn’t it a true fairy tale?
Kos is an island which many Europeans have adopted as their go-to holiday home. When all is looking like the rat race has well and truly got hold of you and the drudgery of life is starting to turn the horizon grey, then you can book Kos holidays knowing you’ll be getting the best of Greek hospitality on an island that has practised the art of tourism for many years.
If you haven’t already booked your break in advance forget mulling over the financial implications of spontaneously jetting off abroad. You only live once, and last minute deals are there to make that mantra an affordable one to live by.
Unspoiled by tourism and external influences until very recently, Myanmar emerges from ancient times as one of the last untouched jewel of Southeast Asia.
A land of magnificent Buddhist architecture, picturesque landscapes, and authentic customs and traditions.
Following the unveiling of the new Department of Tourism of the Philippines simple yet brilliant slogan “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” in January, we thought it would be nice to use it to illustrate our recent trip to the Philippines.
So is it really “More fun in the Philippines?” Well, judge for yourself…
When we say ‘safari’, you think ‘Africa’, right?
Well, think again!
We experienced our very first African wildlife adventure in Calauit Island, Palawan… in the Philippines!