This blog is a collection of all the amazing and unforgettable experiences I have had across the globe. If you are just looking for inspiration feel free to browse through the posts below, but if you are looking for an experience in a specific country I suggest you head over to the Round the World Travel Destinations Blog, choose a country there and find out what you can experience in that country.
But before you go, there are 10 things you should do at every destination to have the most amazing experiences and memories. Check out what they are!
If you are looking for delicious food to try all over the world, look no further. The below posts all focus on the most exquisite food on the planet.
Or were you more interested in some unique drinks you should try? No problem I have some posts about that as well:
I love participating in food tours wherever possible, and I have shared my experiences in the two posts below.
These experiences are only possible during a certain time of the year in a certain destination. If you happen to be in the right place at the right time you can experience amazing things. Or you can simply create your travel plans according to the event schedule:
Some other experience are more once in a lifetime kind of events. But you never know maybe you will need the knowledge I provide.
If you have been invited to a wedding in Japan, here is what you need to know:
Do you want to learn about history and culture. Some experiences can teach you a lot about a destinations. Here are some of the experiences that I found valuable from a cultural perspective:
There is always more to experience, no matter where in the world you are. Feel free to subscribe to my mailing list to never again miss a new blog post.
and never miss a new post!
None of the experiences in this post are in any way sponsored and have all been paid for by myself. The opinions stated are all my own and have not been influenced in any way.
This post might contain affiliate links. I receive a commission if a product is purchased through one of these links, at no extra cost to you. Please support me by buying products through my links!
From April to May each year in Fujikawaguchiko in Japan, the Fuji Shibazakura Festival (富士芝桜祭り, Fuji Shibazakura Matsuri) is held. In the middle of May, I made my way from Tokyo to Kawaguchiko for the fourth time, this time to enjoy this beautiful flower event. In this post, I put together all the information you […]
Mount Fuji is the icon of Japan and on many traveler’s bucket lists. In case you are planning on mainly staying in Tokyo (for example to explore Tokyo for 5 days) during your trip to Japan, don’t fret. Fujisan (富士山), as the mountain is called in Japanese, is only a short distance from Tokyo and planning […]
Furano, the Navel of Hokkaido (so called because of its location in the center of Hokkaido) is very popular with tourists from Japan and also other Asian countries in Summer. It is a perfect day trip from Hokkaido’s biggest city Sapporo. Especially in July when the lavender fields are in full blossom it is the […]
How much do you know about spices like cinnamon, vanilla, pepper and cloves? Much less than you thought, I’m sure. If you happen to visit the beautiful island of Zanzibar during your trip around the world make sure to participate in a spice tour and learn about spices like never before.
Over the last week, I have been traveling through the most scenic regions in England, including Bath, Oxford, and the Cotswolds. Of course, I have taken lots of beautiful pictures, especially because the weather was fantastic for the whole time I was there. And the best of these pictures are going to find their way […]
Our first stop on our trip around the world was Hong Kong. I had never been there even though it is only a 4-hour flight away from Japan and it can be reached quite cheaply using LCCs like Hong Kong Express. And the first thing I wanted to do in Hong Kong was a walking […]
The first clear drink I came across in Japan was Yogurina a clear yogurt drink. I thought it was strange to have a bottle that looks like water but tastes like yogurt, but it got me curious (which is probably the whole point of making a yogurt drink look like water). So I bought a […]
Visiting an Onsen (a Japanese Hot Spring) should be on every visitor’s Japan bucket list. The Japanese hot springs are famous for its healing powers and long tradition similar to the Roman baths. There are areas in Japan that are famous for its Onsen waters which are pumped up from sometimes hundreds of meters below […]
At some point during your stay in Tokyo you are going to visit Tokyo Station, at least I hope you will because it is a great place to visit and on my five days in Tokyo to do list. So, even if you aren’t arriving or departing from Tokyo Station, plan a visit to see […]
I love Japanese food so much I could eat it every day. Recently, Taka and I found the best Udon in Tokyo at an Udon restaurant in Ningyocho close to our home that we just love. It is not only incredibly delicious because the Udon noodles are made fresh by hand just before you eat […]