Asia, Food, International Travels, Japan

Experiencing Japan: Go on a Budget or Not?

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?

Asia, Food, International Travels, Fun Activities, Japan

Japan Ja-Fun! Osaka and the Universal Studios

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

Travels, Reflections, Migz' Lists, Personal

3 Horrible Reasons Why You Shouldn't Date A Travel Blogger

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

Asia, International Travels, Travels, Fun Activities, Japan

The Japan Expedition 3: Tokyo Disney Resort

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

International Travels, Travels

The Japan Expedition Part 2: Buddhas and Temples, The Sunshine City, Shibuya and Hachiko

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