Guest Post: Destinations in Asia Worth Exploring

After years of traveling, you sometimes get sick of tourist attractions and want to get out of the beaten tracks. I don’t blame you for that, but let’s not forget that some places are this popular for a reason after all. Here’s my list of some places in Asia victim of their success but that […]

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Captured Moments in: Sedona, AZ

Majestic, charming, and breathtaking are just some of the words I use to describe Sedona. Bright blue sunny skies mixed with the orangey-red mountains and lush greenery made for such incredible views. Most of the pictures I share below were taken on a Pink Jeep Tour. More on that, later – I promise! Sedona is […]

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Exploring Miyajima Island

Miyajima Island is known to be one of the most scenic spots in Japan. It is located on the Seto Inland Sea and is referred to as an “Island of Gods.” It is home to wild deer, the Itsukushima Shrine, and many temples and historic monuments. The Aki Grand Hotel is located a short ferry ride […]

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Guest Post: An Adventurous Week in Cebu, Philippines

For spring break, I decided to fly to the Philippines and travel the islands around Cebu for about 10 days. Apart from the breathtaking landscapes, the friendliness of locals and the cheap rum, here are some ideas of activities you might fancy if you’re feeling like living the adventure of a lifetime! Bohol: This pretty […]

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May Peace Prevail on Earth

Happy Earth Week! This week I wanted to share a special memory with you from my favorite place in Japan – Fuji Sanctuary. This beautiful oasis is located in the foothills of Mount Fuji, about a 40-minute bus ride from the town of Fuji. It was created in the 1950s by the Japanese poet and […]

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Eva’s Lens: Time well spent on Hilton Head Island

There’s nothing like a weekend getaway, especially when you just plan to relax and enjoy yourself! That’s exactly what I did a few weekends ago when I went to visit my parents near Hilton Head, South Carolina. A lot of sunshine, walks, enjoying the views and eating well was in the cards, and we did […]

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Captured Moments: New Orleans

Lively jazz music, beautiful terraces, French-inspired architecture, and warm powdery beignets set the tone for the four days I spent in New Orleans. I enjoyed walking the sunny streets, people-watching, and eating all sorts of delicious food. Since I was visiting for a work conference, I didn’t have as much time to explore, but I […]

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Eva’s Lens: My Travel-Inspired Bucket List

Every one of us should have a bucket list, and if you don’t – use this as a time to make one! What’s on the top of yours? Jumping out of an airplane? Going on a safari? Skiing the Alps? Some bucket lists consist of specific adventures, but I’ve made mine into a list of […]

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Tokyo: A City of Technology & Tradition

Tokyo is a bustling, colorful city – a perfect balance of technology and tradition. I recently traveled to Japan for about 10 days and visited the cities of Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima, Miyajima, and Kyoto. In this post I am going to focus on the highlights from my time in Tokyo with recommendations for anyone looking to […]

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Japan Recap

Japan is a beautiful country filled with generous, humble, loving people. I had the opportunity to travel here for 10 days as a part of a Global Citizenship Project through my university. I met so many local people, drank endless amounts of tea, ate more raw fish than I care to remember, and visited many […]

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Guest Post: Favorite Thai Dishes

After spending months in Thailand eating out (mostly because I had no kitchen at my flat or was always traveling around), I learned to how pick the best meal at a restaurant after a few bad experiences. Trust me, ordering food at a food court when you have no idea what it will look like […]

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Worldly Wonders: Machu Picchu

I still can’t believe I had the opportunity to visit one of the world wonders last year. Trekking to Machu Picchu was an experience I will carry in my heart for the rest of my life, and I encourage anyone who is interested in going here to visit. Most people know Machu Picchu as one […]

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