It is reported that over one and a half million people come to visit this small island yearly. For any destination that is quite an achievement, but for a remote island in the Philippines is extraordinary. This has now become a favorite spot for exotic vacationers who enjoy the unhindered beauty of it wondrous beaches. Not only can it please beach snobs, but it can also entertain the adventure and thrill seekers with cliff diving, parasailing, motorbiking, horse riding, kite-surfing, and much more. For as remote as it is, be aware of the troubles of getting there, may take more than one means of transportation: airplane, boat, and van etc.
Many travelers who’ve traveled to Tokyo before would say that this is the best time to visit since prices are lower than they have been in recent years. Especially during the winter the prices are particularly lower than the summer months. One interesting place to check out in Japan is the Toto Toilet Museum. That is correct a museum that showcases the evolution of toilets. If that wasn’t interesting enough try visiting the world’s first hotel staffed by humanoid robots at Henn-na Hotel. All in all Tokyo is a buzzling place that has something for everyone and provides an experience to last a a lifetime.
Sao Paulo, Brazil
It is as pretty as it is busy, for being the largest city in South America. Many travelers are aware that the city has a lot of traffic and large crowds and people still flock to this city. One bizarre yet expensive hotel people like going to is Hotel Unique. Unique is one way to put it designed by Ruy Ohtake this 95 room hotel has a similar shape to a slice of watermelon with the windows being the seeds. Not to get this destination confused with San Francisco, but this does have one of the most diverse eateries out there.
When people first think of Germany they are thinking of the most popularly know places such as Berlin or Munich. For those people they are missing out on the fine beauty of Hamburg, it is recorded to be the second largest city in Germany. The food is exquisite and meaty, definitely not a place for the people on the Vegan Diet. A fun area to walk down is near Rathaus and there travelers will find an amazing stretch of fancy stores, art galleries, and Restaurants. If a traveler plans to stay the night many other visitors would recommend Hotel Atlantic Kempinski which has amazing views of the lake and located very close to the train station for convenience.
Unlike the Havana this town in Cuba has much more character while the Havana was renovated for the westerners. Trinidad is all original with beautiful architecture and color. This town of only 60,000 people is littered with cobblestones and pastel Spanish architecture. What’s a better place than here to get salsa lessons, and let alone the dozens of places people can indulge in dance. The people are friendly and the businesses at the farmers market are quick to disappear as they pop up and close down the same day. Make sure to buy products from reputable people.
Also known as the “Pink City” Jaipur is the largest city in Rajasthan and built in the 18th century. It is know as the “Pink City” because of the color of the stone used in the walled city. Jaipur was named after a great warrior and astronomer Mahahraja JaiSingh II. When visiting the city it is must to see all three forts; Hawa Mahal, Amber, and Jaigarh forts. Also don’t forget to shop in City palaces bazaars and pick up souvenirs, like Camel leather shoes.