I only stayed overnight in Osaka around Dotonbori area. From Kyoto, I accidentally rode the local express train so I shed out 1000 yen in addition- it was my first and last mistake on train rides in Japan^^ Finding my hostel was quite a challenge since I got really lost on the subway signs … Continue reading Spring Series 2017: Osaka, Japan
I went to three different cities in Japan, and of course you might guess easily since these three place are the usual spots for tourists to stay and roam around. KYOTO, OSAKA and TOKYO. Among these three cities, I fell in love most in Kyoto ❤ Kyoto is one of the famous cities in Japan. … Continue reading Spring Series 2017: Kyoto, Japan
Since I needed a separate platform for all the frenzy I had in Seoul and Busan - the street foods, korean drama, korean hallyu stars, cosmetic products.. haha and all other embarassing things I did in Korea in the name of fandom. here are some good memories I've collected: Never-ending food trip in Busan and … Continue reading korean craze is still ON!
this is the second part of my South Korea Winter edition 🙂 From Busan, we rode the KTX to Seoul Station. The travel time is approximately 3.5 hrs and the fare is 59800 KRW. We pre-booked our tickets from Korail website for hassle-free service. Our itinerary for Seoul is much the same as in … Continue reading you captured my Seoul!
*long post*coughs* And there you go, after months of deciding whether or not i will go to South Korea, my inner Kpop/Kdrama fandom cannot take it anymore. South Korea, the beautiful haven of all my kpop idols and kdrama oppas, offers much more than you can see in tv shows. This trip has been delayed … Continue reading SOUTH KOREA Winter Edition: Busan
When I decided to go to Myanmar, I know that I might take a lot of bus rides. I've read different blogs and forums on which bus companies have good services and satisfactory customer reviews. Since I started out in the University, I've been travelling by bus from Laguna to Rizal. Even until I started … Continue reading Myanmar Chronicles: Inle Lake & Nyaung Shwe