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One day in Chester

Chester itinerary

Revisiting Chester had been high on my to-do list for quite a few months. I visited it once with my former roommate back during my first time in the UK, but we hid from the rain in a cafe for pretty much the entire day. A day trip to Chester has so much more to […]

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Japan Travel Tips for First Time Visitors

Ryokan Hotel Japan Travel Tips

You’ve done it! You finally booked those flights to Japan! EEEEKKK! Firstly, I’m super excited for you. Travelling to Japan was a huge dream come true for me and it definitely surpassed my – already very high – expectations. Secondly, there are some things that I wish I’d known before going to Japan. But don’t […]

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Manchester Christmas Market Guide 2019

Manchester Christmas Market

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Manchester Christmas Markets! And that needs to be celebrated, right? This year, the Markets will open on Friday November 8th and close on Sunday December 22nd. The markets will be open daily from 10 AM till 8 PM. Definitely enough time to visit one of the best […]

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Best things to do in Cesky Krumlov in One Day

cesky krumlov itinerary

If you’re looking for a real-life fairytale town, look no further. Visiting Cesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic feels like stepping right into a fairytale book. The narrow, cobblestoned streets, the lack of cars, the old but beautiful buildings, a castle! It’s no surprise to see how many fairytales are actually inspired by central-Europe seeing […]

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The Ethics of Animal Cafes in Tokyo, Japan

the ethics of animal cafes in Japan

As cat cafes are sprouting out of the ground everywhere across the globe, people feel like they need to step up their game. And Japan (as always) seems to be one step ahead. Hedgehogs, bunnies, even penguins – Japan seems to have a cafe for any animal. And then there are Owl Cafes. When we […]

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22 Best Winter Destinations in Europe

best winter destinations winter

Summer has officially ended and colder weather is slowly making its way across Europe. Even though many people are bound to go on holiday during the summer, winter is a perfect time to explore some of Europe’s best highlights. It’s usually cheaper, less crowded and it gives you a unique experience. (Think Prague with snowy […]

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