Japan is a rich country - in culture, history, culinary, technology and entertainment. To be in the country itself is already an experience for the books. I wouldn't be surprised at how many blogs have been written about how much less they spent for x number of days in Japan. My take though is different.… Continue reading Experiencing Japan: Go on a Budget or Not?
Osaka is the largest city in western Japan, is the capital of the Osaka Prefecture and is very close to Kobe, Kyoto and Nara. If you have a plane ticket to Osaka, consider going to those places too. It is about 500 km from Tokyo, 2 something hours by Shinkansen and about 6-8 hours drive by car or public… Continue reading Japan Ja-Fun! Osaka and the Universal Studios
If you're in the dating phase, this is for you. If you're already with someone who blogs, maybe it might be a good read, too. You might even agree 😉 1. Time - he won't always have time. He will spend time away from you to travel. To go to places he has only googled… Continue reading 3 Horrible Reasons Why You Shouldn't Date A Travel Blogger
So the Tokyo trip wouldn't be complete without actually going to Disney Resort right? Here. You be the judge. Traveling to Disney from Ikebukuro took 2 train rides (Ikebukuro - Tokyo and Tokyo - Maihama) for about JPY 420 or PhP 156 per pax one way and maybe about 45 minutes. My best friend and… Continue reading The Japan Expedition 3: Tokyo Disney Resort
We allotted two whole days for a historical D-I-Y tour that included trips to religious entities, the famed Shibuya station, experience shopping at Donqui (tax free shopping center) and get a chance to view the nightscape of Tokyo from the Sunshine City. The Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa The oldest and most significant temple in Tokyo… Continue reading The Japan Expedition Part 2: Buddhas and Temples, The Sunshine City, Shibuya and Hachiko