9 Cultural Travel Experiences You Should Not Miss On The Road

9 Cultural Travel Experiences You Should Not Miss On The Road

It's understandable that when you travel to a new place, you don’t want to skip the main attractions. At least, I am not one to miss all the touristy stuff. I don't mind being labeled a tourist, because hey, I am one! But from my days on the road, I have also gathered a list of other things I wouldn't want to miss while traveling; after I am done taking selfies in front of the city's landmarks: all the cultural experience.

Gap Year Tradition And 5 Reasons You Should Rethink It

Gap Year Tradition And 5 Reasons You Should Rethink It

Many of us have thought about it, mostly while daydreaming in our cubicles, the rest while crying in the office bathroom: we need to take a gap year! A gap year is a period to take a break from life to pursue whatever that is you want, usually, it’s right after college, but some, myself included, do it later; sometimes it involves quitting the job and traveling, while it’s not always the case.

Jiro Sushi The Best Sushi Restaurant In Tokyo Japan

Jiro Sushi The Best Sushi Restaurant In Tokyo Japan

Jiro sushi documentary made me fall in love with Jiro's work ethic and his passion for sushi making. I silently vowed that one day I too will eat at his place, making it onto the list shared by Obama and such, and put on my wanderlust list. That "one day" happened last April when I went t0 Jiro Sushi Japanese restaurant, though it's not at the main branch in Ginza.

Fushimi Inari The Most Iconic Shrine In Japan

Fushimi Inari The Most Iconic Shrine In Japan

If there is one shrine you shouldn't miss in Japan, it would be the Fushimi Inari Shrine. The shrine is dedicated to Inari, the god of rice. He is believed to bless his devotees with an abundant amount of wealth, success and good luck to those devoted to him. And His messenger, the Fushimi Inari fox, decorated every corner of Fushimi Inari Shrine.