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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