One year. One whole year. That’s how long my blog exists now. I started it exactely one year ago on the day I’m writing this. I cannot believe how fast time has gone by!
I figured this would be the perfect time to just look back on the past year, and all that it has brought me. As well as how my website has grown!
Have you seen that video of Winnie the Pooh sitting at a table happily dancing from left to right with a knife and fork in her hands? No? Go watch it. That’s me every time I get food.
Im sure you love food too. Maybe not as much as I do, but I mean, you need it to survive so…. you have to at least love it a bit 🙂
Since food is a huge part of our lives, it is usually an even huger – I know, that’s not really a word – part of our holidays. And holidays, well, I love those too! So I’m now going to be combining the both of them here on my blog!
There is going to be a new category on my blog called ‘Foodie Friday’, where I review restaurants/café’s/breakfast places/foodtrucks etc. – So basically anyywhere you can get food – I’ll review restaurants that are located in or near popular holiday destinations, to make it easy for you to find the best place to eat when visiting that city!
Check out the ‘score form’ explanation in this post in order to see what I will be judging the restaurants on.
If you have ever been on a flight to another continent (or maybe even within your continent, depending on where you’re from), you’ve probaby dealt with it: a jetlag. You enter a completely different timezone and have trouble adapting to the different eating and sleeping schedule resulting in you feeling exhausted for a couple of days. Sounds familiar?
Not for me though. I’ve been to Malaysia and Japan, both take more than 12 hours to travel to for me, and I did not have a jetlag. Not after arriving or after returning home. How is that possible? I’ll explain!
These are my simple tips to not having a jetlag.
So you just booked your trip to Japan? How awesome!
Booking your return flights to Japan is obviously the first and most important thing to do. After that though, you need to figure out which cities to visit and what to see/do in each city. This might be easy peasy lemon squizy for you because you’ve already done loads of research when it comes to the highlights of Japan and popular activities. However, this could also be a bit difficult difficult lemon difficult for you. – I’m sorry that scentence always cracks me up, I’m dying of laughter right now haha –
Anyways, if you’re not entirely sure yet where to go in Japan, or you do know which cities you want to visit but don’t know what to do with all the time you have while there, I’m here to help. Kyra to the rescue!
Today, I’m going to share with you our Japan Itinerary!
Today I’m going to be sharing with you my travel essentials: what I ALWAYS bring with me when I travel & why. – Apart from the obvious stuff like deodorant, my passport & a toothbrush, duh – No matter where I go, no matter how far away the place is, no matter how long I’ll be staying and no matter the climate.
About a week and a half after I got back from my holiday to Kos, Greece, I was lucky enough to be flying out to Barcelona for a couple of days. I spent three days here and had a wonderful time just enjoying the amazing food and pretty architecture. I’ll tell you exactly what I did and where to eat, so keep on reading of you’re going to Barcelona soon!