1. AkihabaraAlso known as Akiba. If you love having new gadgets, then Akihabara is your ultimate salvation for technology stores and shops. If you’re a fan of animes and mangas, Akihabara is the next place you may want to consider visiting.
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Who knew that you could paraglide right here in Los Angeles! We found the experience as we were searching Tripadvisor for extraordinary adventures in Los Angeles.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Park ‘N Fly Airport Parking. All opinions are 100% mine.
Just because a parking lot is located super close to the actual airport doesn’t mean that it is necessarily convenient.
Jaimie Jewelry Hanging Organizer sent over this travel jewelry organizer for our review. I can’t wait to take it on my Vietnam trip!It’s a high quality jewelry organizer which is a great value for it’s price point.
Photo by: Martin Kelly, Dress and Shawl: H&M, Shoes: ShoeDazzle, Hat: Forever 21My fellow Los Angeles friends! If you’ve never heard of the Huntington Gardens, don’t be alarmed.
I had an amazing time during my media trip stay at The Hacienda Encantada.
I’ve been trying out MrOwl and it is super addicting to use. It’s kind of like a mind map, which is used for brainstorming, except that its much more fun, playful and easy to understand.
When taking long international flights, one of the first things that gets me is the dreaded dryness. Since the airplanes are pressurized, it’s hard to keep moisture in the air causing eyes to get itchy and dry out.
1. Visit a National Park and See ElephantsYou can’t leave Sri Lanka without visiting a National Park and seeing wild elephants. Considering how small the country is, you will be surprised to know that it has at least 25 National Parks.