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Challenges A Solo Traveler Might Face
Solo traveling (like any other kinds of traveling) has its own challenges. I made a list of some of them that I personally encountered. They can vary from person to person so these are just to give you an idea of the possible difficulties you might face.
Behind The Scenes Of Every Traveler From...
Adventure can also mean stepping outside your comfort zone to see what lies beyond the border. To me, this is what it means. I feel the most alive when I travel overseas. But here’s the thing about traveling: it’s freakin’ expensive! Let’s get real here and address the elephant in the room. The world is not equal and it will never be equal unless you eliminate the division between developed countries and developing countries.
Watashi No Aisuru Nihon: 40 Most Unforge...
I promised myself that I will visit Japan every year. Imagine my frustration when I know I will break my promise this 2020. So instead of making new memories, allow me to reminisce some of the best ones I have from that place during my previous travels.
To My Deerest Nara
When we hear Nara, we immediately think of deer. Deer is a common animal in Japan. I have seen them in other Prefectures just running wild and interacting with people. But what sets Nara apart is that it is home for more than 1000 deer. The numbers are so significant that deer has become the symbol of this Prefecture, the main attraction for visitors from all over the world.
Osaka for the 4 Types of Travelers: The ...
Osaka can offer different kinds of experiences for every kind of traveler. Whether you travel to relax or to have an adventure, to learn or to experience, to explore with your palette or to explore with your feet, Osaka will not disappoint.
Identity Unraveled: What Makes A Filipin...
I remember what my professor back in my university said. She said, “Filipinos are like onions made up with layers upon layers of influences from colonizers that when it boils down to the last surface, we are left with nothing.” I disagree. Why? Because our identity is the whole onion itself, unpeeled and unsliced.