About John Globetrotter

John Globetrotter is the blog of an expert traveler. I have my own system to prepare for a trip so that I can get the most out of the time and money I spend in each place. Usually, this preparation process takes a few days of research, so that when I arrive I know exactly where to go for sightseeing or fun and which place is the best to have a restful sleep in a convenient location. Rather than explaining this system of preparing my trips – which could take a while – I would like to give you the results, based not only on my preliminary research but also on my posterior experience on the ground that validated – or not – the information I had previously gathered.

On this website, the reader will be able to find useful information about each country and all the interesting destinations. I will provide you with a well-researched and contrasted list of best places to stay in each place, best places to eat or have a coffee, and of course, the most interesting things to do and information about where the fun can be found.

All the pictures are taken with my own camera and I do not like to use any filters. I like the places to appear in the pictures the same way they look in-person, even if they are less beautiful or less impressive.


All the recommendations made on John Globetrotter are genuine. That said, some links earn a small commission for this website when you book through them.

Two things are important to note here, the first being that the commission is earned even if you book a different hotel or buy a different product than the one I recommend, as long as you got to it through a link provided by this website. This is important to say because, as mentioned before, absolutely all the recommendations are genuine. If something is recommended, it is because it definitely has the quality to deserve it and because there is no better option in our honest opinion.

Second is that the commission is charged directly to the service provider, not to you. By making your reservations using these links, you will still get the best price they offer.

For hotel bookings, I use Agoda for several reasons. First, it has the highest number of hotels available in Asia compared to its competitors. Second, the Agoda rewards program is fantastic. I usually get one night of hotel stay for free for every 7-8 nights I pay. Third, it now has the option to add points to your airline loyalty program every time you book a hotel through Agoda. You can also find cheap flights using  or Amazon deals.


John Globetrotter.

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