Places to visit in Cluj Napoca should include Alba Iulia! A place in Romania you probably haven’t heard of since there aren’t many tours to the place. Originally used as a fortress, the shape of a double-star helped with defending and attacking in the event of an invasion. If you’re looking for things to do […]
If you haven’t heard of Japan’s Battleship Island, you’ve probably seen it. Battleship Island (AKA Hashima Island Japan / Gunkanjima) was featured as the James Bond island in the film Skyfall. In this post I’ll cover: Battleship Island’s Aliases The Hashima Island coal mine Abandoned Island Japan: Why Everyone Left James Bond Island (where was […]
The Robot Restaurant Japan show was designed for tourists like me. So if you don’t know much about Japan, you’d probably have some general knowledge that Japan is the home on ninjas, samurais, robots and girls dancing. This Japan robot show puts all that together in one place for you! Most of it seemed historically […]
As you already may know, Cluj-Napoca is the 2nd biggest city in Romania. One of Romania’s most notable destinations is Salina Turda, an underground amusement park that was converted from a decommissioned salt mine. Guide To Visiting Salina Turda Romania To get to Salina Turda Romania, the closest airport is Cluj-Napoca. From there, it’s a […]
This is my guide on how to book the perfect vacation! I’ve taken many vacations all over the world and continually strive to make things easier and more comfortable for myself. This is what I’ve learned.
While in Malta, be sure to block out a few hours to check out the Mdina Gate. It’s another fortress on Malta!
There are two popular blue lagoons in the world. The most popular one is in Iceland and it’s a hot spring. The second (less known) location is in Malta.
While in Malta for 8 days, I was looking for things to do and found that there were walking tours of various parts of the country, Valletta being the most popular.
Dublin has many tours to see Game Of Thrones film locations. If you were thinking of going, read this review first. If I could travel back in time, I would not do this again. It’s 14 hours!
The Dublin By Bike Tour is informative, but not engaging. It’s like taking a bike tour with Wikipedia.