Working as a concierge (or if we want to get fancy, Travel Consultant) has its perks. I’ve been invited to go on tours, personally took the Queen of England to Alcatraz, attended fun industry events, and more*. But best of all, I slowly earn the trust of my guests and other locals, who then tell me the Secrets of San Francisco.
I can’t tell you all of them all, but I can let you know about… The San Francisco CityPass!
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Namaste and welcome to this edition of things I wish people told me before I went to Nepal!
These tips for Nepal aren’t categorized in any certain order and contain a few fun facts as well – most of these are from personal experience, chatting with locals, and from fellow travelers. To give you a little background, I visited Nepal in the middle of September 2016, for 9 days, with two friends.
Take a warm cup of chai, dip your roti into some palak, and enjoy these little nuggets of wisdom.
Happy summer, guys! It’s August 5th on this side of the world, and I just finished watching the opening ceremony of the Olympics. What better way of kicking off these huge, month-long games than with a post about the host city?
Originally I wasn’t planning on traveling anywhere for this summer since most of my trips are scheduled for the Fall, but an amazing deal came up on Kayak and I went for it. As you can probably tell from the title, it was a week-long adventure in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil!
Sure, it’s famous for the Christ the Redeemer statue, but did you know that there’s so much more than that? Rio blew me away with its beautiful architecture, culture, and food. The best part is that you can see all of the attractions in Rio de Janeiro in one day! On our second day in Rio, we went all out and managed to see most of the touristy (and nontouristy) attractions – which is what this post will highlight.
Think I’m a gartoa louca? Let me show you the way… :P
Japan is known for their cute and quirky animal cafes: there are cat cafes, dog cafes, rabbit cafes, and even hedgehog cafes. But did you ever think about an owl cafe? There are a few in Tokyo, but today I’ll be focusing on the Akiba Fukurou Owl Cafe! Continue reading
It’s officially less than a month before my trip to Japan, and as you can probably tell, I’m super excited– there’s so much to do, eat, and see!
Find out what’s at the top of my “to do” list in today’s post.
Ready to continue our photo tour? In the second part, I’ll take you to Volgograd’s most famous tourist attractions, try Russian fast food, and brew tea in an ancient-style samovar. Let’s check it out!