If you are stressed or bored staying at home, you travel! But what if you don't know where to go? This week, I'm going to talk about places you can visit and what to pack for traveling.
When you travel, you need to pick a destination to go first. Sometimes it can be hard to choose. If you can’t decide, why don't you try to choose it randomly? When I was browsing on Internet, I found an interesting challenge. You need a world map, a dart, and a cloth that is long enough to cover your eyes. First hang the map straight on the wall. Cover your eyes with a cloth and throw the dart on the map. Where ever the dart landed, you visit there! If the dart landed on the ocean, repeat the steps until it landed on a land. If the dart trick doesn't work for you, I'm going to recommend you places to visit.
Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful places in the world. It is a small South Pacific island which is the most famous French Polynesia's Leeward Island. It is titled as the best island in the world. The turquoise lagoon is surrounded by small islands. Because the lagoon is crystal clear, Bora Bora is a perfect place for snorkelling and diving. Underwater there are coral reef filled with colorful and exotic fish. There are also land activities to do, like hiking. There are some walking trails to go up. If you get tired from all the climbing worry not as the view, when you reach up there, is totally worth it.
The next place I recommend is the tulip fields in Netherlands. If you visit Netherlands, you will see tulips everywhere. But why not go visit and see the best tulip fields in the North of Holland? It only takes around 30 minutes to go there from Amsterdam. Just seeing the colorful tulip fields for 5 minutes is worth it. The perfect time of the year to visit the tulip fields is between March and May when the tulips are in full bloom.
The last place is Kyoto, Japan. Kyoto is a great place to experience traditional Japanese culture. There are many unique kinds of temples to visit in Kyoto. Such as Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine. If you visit Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine, you will see that there are vermilion color gates called 'Torii'. There are over 10,000 torii in the shrine which are donated by people. People donate torii because their wish is fulfilled and they donate it as a thank you. The torii formed a tunnel up to the top of the mountain so it takes a few hours to get up there. I recommend you visit the shrine at night because it's colder and there are no crowds which means it will take half the time to get up there during the night.
What to bring while traveling? You have to bring clothes, of course, the ones that are suitable for the weather. If you are going to the beach, don’t forget to bring your swimsuit and flip flops. Also bring your shower cream, toothbrush, tooth paste, towel etc. Don’t forget to check your belongings before going back or else you might not get it back.
That’s all for this week! I hope you enjoy reading this post!