10 Days, 3 Countries, 3 Plane Rides, 30 Hours Land Travel – What an experience!
After arriving at the station, that’s when we knew we will not be seeing Asosan’s crater up close. They raised the eruption level to 2 so tourists weren’t allowed to go near.
The first week of October came, we arrived in Kyushu’s largest city and Japan’s eighth-largest population center, Fukuoka. We were also able to explore Nagasaki and Kumamoto. I’m going to share how I was able to explore Kyushu, Japan with just ¥30,000 (that’s 15,000 PHP or approximately 280 USD).
Since I decided to streamline my social media highlights, I have observed how I still have lots of topics to cover and share. This blog has served as my avenue to selectively share my travel experiences and I’ve realized that I haven’t shared enough. Haha! So I will try to catch up… Hong Kong has…
I’m pretty sure one of the deciding factors why you are going to Bali is because of the photos you see online. Most of us are very visual that when we see something artsy and pretty we want to try it too and that’s okay. Who would want to settle for a sketchy spot, right?
Siargao has gained popularity over the years, most especially after Boracay closed down for rehabilitation and after the release of Siargao, the Movie.
I’ve been receiving so much questions about Siargao lately. So here’s something useful!
After months of procrastinating, I’m finally posting this article. This is a continuation of my ‘What Tokyo So Long’ post.
I applied for a Japanese Tourist Visa twice and got approved twice too.
Did you know? Mt. Fuji happens to stand on two prefectures – Yamanashi and Shizuoka.
I know it’s a month late but I’m finally sharing with you my Tokyo experience.
Let’s get straight to the point! I created a short list of the things you should know when traveling to Japan.