Five Best Post-Pandemic Travel Destinations

With vaccinations showing positive effects, people are getting ready to travel again. Some countries have eased restrictions to make travel for some countries a possibility. Some people have already made up a list of places that they wish to go to. What about you? Have you decided where you want to go yet? If you have not, we can help you. Below is a list of places that you can visit and turn your travel plans into reality.

Alentejo, Portugal

The scenic views of Alentejo are unending in this quaint region of Portugal. You can see it all by cycling past lighthouses, fishing villages, beaches, castles, wineries, or even the farmers’ market. The calming sunsets and soft hills will just make a trip a really memorable one.

Alta, Norway

You may know this place as the ‘aurora borealis city. This Scandinavian region provides some of the best views of the northern lights. Apart from glass igloos, this area also has artic dome hotels which give you a clear and stunning view of the sky. While you travel to this place, you can go snowshoeing, dog-sledding, and go for rides on reindeer sleighs.


Take in the sights of the Roman ruins at this Mediterranean country, head to the Hoggar Mountains, or visit the Sahara Desert. There is no dearth of things to do in this country. You will have to get a visa but once you do, you will be able to explore all seven of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.


If you are visiting Bhutan, be sure to get a guide, who will explain the stories behind all the cultural and religious sites. Be sure to trek to the Tiger’s Nest located in Paro valley. It is a Buddhist monastery and at 900 meters will give you a view of the entire valley. It’s breathtaking!

Assam, India

Assam is located to the east of India and is close to the Himalayas. While you are here, you can visit the Kaziranga National Park and spot the Indian one-horned rhinoceros. You can follow this up by exploring the forest of Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary. Do not forget to visit the tea plantation as these estates make for a lovely view.

Ramen Pizza Is Definitely a Thing in Taiwan

Ramen and pizza. Two words we never thought we would say together. However, that’s all about to change thanks to ramen pizza as it’s now definitely a thing in Taiwan – and no one really knows how to react.

Ramen Pizza Is Definitley a Thing in Taiwan

Bringing Them Together

Ramen pizza was brought into the world thanks to the combination of Japanese ramen restaurant Menya Musashi and Pizza Hut. It works just like a regular pizza. However, instead of your typical toppings, the ramen pizza comes with slices of pork, chili, white sesame, a half-boiled egg, and, of course, ramen noodles. If you’re already missing the bamboo shoots and spring onions, then have no fear; they come on the side.

Injecting Some Fun

Pizza Hut Taiwan apparently has an excellent reason for creating the ramen pizza. The company said that it wanted to tap into the creative food scene within the country. Pizza Hut Taiwan further added that it believes people living in the country have a high cost of living and stressful lives thanks to long work hours. It just wanted to bring a little relief to people’s lives, even if it did mean adding ramen to a pizza.

Ramen Pizza Is Definitley a Thing in Taiwan

Creating An Online Stir

Of course, it wasn’t long before people took to the internet to share their views on ramen pizza. Menya Musashi Taiwan offered a joking apology where it stated that the companies hoped to blend Italian and Japanese cuisine. However, it wasn’t the fusion of favors that got many people talking – it was the discussion about how to divide the boiled egg! It seems as though the jury is out for now.

Love it or hate it, the ramen pizza is apparently here to stay – and we’re not sure that we’re mad. The only thing that has us a little upset is that it’s not on our local menus just yet.