Going back to reality has been difficult and I’m in denial, so I’m going to keep reliving my travel experiences until I can make new ones. This time last year, I returned from a month in South Korea. So here are 5 things I learned from traveling South Korea.
Elephant sanctuaries are a popular tourist attraction in Thailand and there are hundreds of different ones that offer up close elephant interactions. But how can you make sure that you are visiting somewhere where the elephants are being treated well? Here’s some things to consider from my own experience.
If you want to go travelling but have no idea where to start, this post is for you. This is going to be a list that can be applied to any location, but with examples from my travels around Thailand.
I have suffered from mental health issues for years and it is something that has affected all areas of my life including work, friends, family, and travel. I love traveling and I would say that it helps my state of mind more than it hinders it, but there are days where you feel depressed and there isn’t anything you can do to “snap out of it” even if you’re in the most beautiful places in the world.
People often ask me where I want to go most in the world and I say “I don’t know. I want to go everywhere”. I have definitely got the travel bug. Ever since my first month long trip to Japan and South Korea in 2016, I am constantly itching to get back on a plane and explore the world. But why do I love it so much? Sure everyone loves a holiday, but for me and so many others traveling is different.
Disney is always a magical and beautiful experience, but the best one for me was DisneySea in Tokyo. It was a wonderful day and here are my five favourite parts of the park.