Blog Posts — Travel
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Springtime in Japan is nothing less than magical. From late March to mid April the country's iconic sakura (cherry blossom) captures the attention of visitors from far and wide who marvel at the short-lived pink flowers on the abundance of cherry trees.
If you want to feel like you've travelled to a whole new world - jump in a hot air balloon and float up above the historical region of Cappadocia in Central Turkey.
The surreal landscape has been at least 3 million years in the making. Ancient volcano eruptions deposited soft rocks that have eroded over time into spectacular rock pillars known as 'fairy chimneys'.
Don't let your travel memories be confined to an envelope of ticket stubs, a shoebox of shells and a phone full of photos. Fill your home with your travels as a constant reminder of adventures passed.
Here are our top tips on bringing the travel souvenirs you've collected into your home, without having to cover your fridge with a gazillion magnets or labour over a scrapbook for hours:
Shibuya Crossing aka 'The Scramble' is the famous intersection outside Shibuya Station, one of Tokyo's busiest railway stations. If you want to feel like you're really in Tokyo this is the place to visit.