My travel itineraries either tell you what I did at a destination, in order, day by day. But I also have ‘things to do in …’ style posts where I basically list all the activities I did or recommend at a location.
Every itinerary is about a city I spent some time in and that had amazing activities to choose from. I always want to write more itinerary posts. And like I always say: I am working on it, there just aren’t enough hours in one day to write everything I would like to share with you.
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So far I have only written about one destination in Europe. My beloved United Kingdom. Below you can find itineraries on my favorite cities in England and road tip itinerary for Scotland.
I haven’t finished a single itinerary from my time in Africa yet. But I am working on a road trip itinerary for Namibia, a Zanzibar itinerary and a city itineraries of Cape Town, and a couple of cities in Morocco.
I have a ton of itineraries for Japan, all the cities I love and visited more than once. Head over to the Japan Travel Blog for a full list of all Japan related blog posts, but for now check out the itineraries below:
Other Asian countries I visited and wrote about are Hong Kong and Taiwan. You can find the itineraries here:
If you want to read more than just itineraries about any destination, head over to the Round the World Travel Destination Blog and choose your favorite destination.
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Out of the many Onsen towns all over Japan, Ikaho Onsen is probably one of the most underappreciated by foreign tourists. In my opinion, and after visiting countless Onsen over the years, Ikaho Onsen is one of the best Onsen in Japan. Let me convince you. In this post, I will give you all the […]
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