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{Nepal} Annapurna Base Camp: What To Expect When You’ve Never Even Hiked Before

A Guide to Annapurna Base Camp for Amateur Hikers

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{Japan} Kawaguchiko: One of the Best Place to See Fuji

Fuji, the icon of Japan. One of the must-see when you’re in the country. It’s famous for its iconic snow-capped image, although in reality, its snow melts in the summer. The recommended place to enjoy the mountain is the Fuji Five Lakes region which includes lakes Kawaguchiko, Saiko, Yamanakako, Shojiko, and Motosuko.   Last year,… Continue reading {Japan} Kawaguchiko: One of the Best Place to See Fuji

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{Japan} Nikko, Tochigi: Lake Chuzenji and Kegon Falls

October 23rd 2017 How long does one take to write a blog post? It’s been almost a year since my visit and I just made this? (Terrible blogger detected!) Anyway, recent news about the horrible Typhoon Jebi reminded me of my experience with typhoon in Japan last year: Typhoon Lan. And that reminded me of… Continue reading {Japan} Nikko, Tochigi: Lake Chuzenji and Kegon Falls

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{Japan} Nikko, Tochigi: Autumn Comes Early Here

Choosing which photos to post in my blog might be the hardest thing to do when I want to post a blog. I want to post them all. That’s what happen when I make this post. At first, I want to write just one single blog to talk about Nikko, a small city in Japan’s… Continue reading {Japan} Nikko, Tochigi: Autumn Comes Early Here

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{Japan} Arashiyama: Beyond The Bamboo Groves

October 2017. When people talk about Arashiyama, the first thing that comes to mind is probably the bamboo groves, the hottest Instagram spot here where even the Kardashians mingle amongst commoners to stroll around and take pictures. Honestly, I find this particular spot overrated (and overcrowded). When I made the itinerary for this area, I… Continue reading {Japan} Arashiyama: Beyond The Bamboo Groves

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{Japan} Kyoto: Ginkakuji & Kinkakuji

There’s definitely no shortage of temple in Kyoto. Two of the famous ones are Ginkakuji and Kinkakuji. Sounds alike, right? But aside from the similar names, they are two different temples worth visiting in Kyoto.   Kinkakuji Kinkakuji, also known as Golden Pavilion, was originally built as a villa which was later converted into a… Continue reading {Japan} Kyoto: Ginkakuji & Kinkakuji

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{Japan} Fushimi Inari – The Shrine of Thousands of Torii Gates

  October 2017. Torii gates, lots of ‘em, are associated with Fushimi Inari Shrine, or also known as Fushimi Inari-taisha. It is the head shrine of the god Inari (Shinto god of rice), located in Fushimi Ward in Kyoto, Japan, hence the name. The shrine sits at the base of Mount Inari which is 233 metres above sea level. From where I… Continue reading {Japan} Fushimi Inari – The Shrine of Thousands of Torii Gates

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{Japan} Kyoto – Otani Hombyo, Kiyomizudera, Ninenzaka, and Yasaka Shrine

It’s been more than a month since I wanted to write this post about Kyoto. I procrastinated and procrastinated, but finally, I have enough determination to make it! So, Kyoto is definitely one of my favorite city I’ve visited in Japan. I love the fact that this city is very rich in culture and there… Continue reading {Japan} Kyoto – Otani Hombyo, Kiyomizudera, Ninenzaka, and Yasaka Shrine