Why a Freelance Job is So Important

When I started freelancing I hated when people said, “You are so lucky that you can be a freelancer”. I hated that they say that, because I was working a lot, mostly 10 or 12 hours a day just to manage to do that. I was still struggling a lot and every day I was…

I am a Solo Traveller, But Not Alone

My story is that I am working for the second year as a freelancer, last year I was travelling solo in Europe: Denmark, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, France because it was close to home and if I failed I could come back home easily and start everything from the scratch again. Failing for me is mostly…

What to Expect in the Philippines

As always I went to a country without any guides or reading reviews so my first days in the Philippines were a bit overwhelming. That’s why I am sharing what I found out in the past two weeks since I was staying here in the Philippines talking with other travellers and local people. Strong Spanish…

Things to do in Kyoto, Japan and What to Expect There

I had my trip to Kyoto more than a month ago, but I couldn’t cope and just start writing this blog. I was wondering why it was so hard for me and it’s probably because during this trip I was so mad with other travel bloggers and do they write. I read so much misleading…

TeamLab Borderless in Tokyo, Japan

TeamLab is a huge visualisation and digital art museum in Tokyo Japan. TeamLab is a work of artists, programmers, animators, engineers, architects, musicians and graphic designers. They combine their talents to create interactive works which look magical. TeamLab has actually two installations in Tokyo, Japan: Borderless and Planets. We visited Borderless, it is way bigger…

What to Pack for Hiking to Mount Fuji, Japan

This season to Mount Fuji we finally took a hike to the highest mountain and still active volcano in Japan. You can read more about our trip to Mount Fuji and our tips here. We were prepared quite well for the trip, but we still made some mistakes and i hope you will prepare even…

Hiking to Mountain Fuji, Japan, Everything You Need to know

We woke up at 6 am for our bus to go to Kawaguchiko from where we had to go to the mountain Fuji, but my friend saw an e-mail that our bus was cancelled because of the typhoon. Oh well, things happen and in Japan, you can plan things, but weather can change those plans…

Everything About Tea Ceremony in Japan

The Japanese tea ceremony (茶道, sadō or chadō) is a Japanese tradition which played a huge role in the history of Japan. It is a way of preparing and drinking green tea ceremonially in a tearoom with special tatami floor. Matcha tea is usually served with traditional, handmade Japanese sweets which help to balance the…

Temples and Shrines Worth Visiting in Kyoto, Japan

In Kyoto, Japan you will definitely see many temples and shrines which is worth seeing for sure. Although, if you have only a couple of days to visit Kyoto then it is better to choose several shrines and temples because to visit all of them will take you way longer. Firstly, let’s make it clear,…

Superstitions about menstruation around the world

When I was a young teenager, my mom always told me when I had menstruation that I can’t cook or touch meat. It didn’t make sense to me, but I was happy that I didn’t need to help her in the kitchen. Although I caught myself thinking several times why I can’t touch the meat,…