Are you looking for a new backpack? A travel pillow? Recommendation for travel clothing or shoes that are great for a trip around the world? This is the place to find all the information. Or at least it will be soon. I am working on all the posts for products I recommend and will add them soon. If you want to know what items I am currently traveling with check out my RTW travel packing list, where I list everything that is in my backpack.
By the way, I not only review products but also travel related services like airlines or bus companies. And then there are the tours I have participated in. All my reviews can be found below.
My very first review post is about my favorite suitcase, a Rimowa Salsa. I have used this suitcase for many years now, ever since I started traveling more regularly between Japan and Germany it had become necessary to have a proper suitcase. And I couldn’t be happier. The Best Travel Suitcases Are All from This Brand! a Rimowa Salsa Review!
My second product review is about my beloves travel pillow. Seriously, I can sleep like a baby in trains, planes and buses just because I bought a cheap travel pillow. It’s that amazing. Have a look at the best travel pillow for long haul flights, the Trtl Travel Pillow.
When you travel around the world a big part of your money goes into transportation. Flights are only one part, the local bus, trains and taxis are all part of the deal. Don’t you want to know which ones to use and which you should better avoid? Find the answers here.
I enjoy participating in tours or activities when I travel to a new destination. I guess most people are like that. We all want to do food tours, go snorkeling, learn about culture, do walking tours and much much more. But it all costs money. So, how do we decide which tour or activity is worth our hard earned money? Usually I read reviews online, or ask around locally.
If you are looking for tour recommendations or reviews, find some below.
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Rimowa! A German high-end luggage maker is manufacturing the best, I repeat, the BEST suitcases for people who travel a lot! There, that is a statement. I guess now I also have to explain why I am so convinced… Read on and I will go into detail about my Rimowa Salsa 29″ Multiwheel in this […]
Are you planning on traveling around Japan for a week or two? Then the Japan Rail Pass, also known as JR Pass might be a great option for you. By the way, the J stands for Japan and R for Rail, therefore the commonly used term JR Rail Pass is actually wrong. Careful here 😉 […]
Are you looking for a new travel pillow? Then you should have a look at the best travel pillow for long haul flights, the Trtl Travel Pillow. It supports your head and let’s you sleep in comfort in any seat and with any headrest. It’s design is revolutionary and one of a kind.
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 […]
One of the highlights during our 3 days in Taipei was the food tour by Taipei Eats we participated in. You would think after eating continuously for almost two days we wouldn’t really have needed this food tour, but you are wrong. Even though we had been eating everything we could get our hands on, […]
For our weekend trip to Hokkaido, we booked the Tokyo-based LCC (Low-Cost Carrier) Vanilla Air. The company is in operation since 2013 and not only connects destinations within Japan conveniently but also east-Asian countries like Taiwan and Vietnam, and also Australia. The name Vanilla Air describes appropriately exactly what to expect. If you consult the online […]