I just had to share this video of a new push by Visit Japan. If you don’t want to visit Japan after this, then what else could persuade you?
Okunoshima may seem like a fantastic island for rabbit lovers, but it hides a deep, dark secret within its abandoned walls. Located in the heart of the Seto Inland Sea, Okunoshima is a hotspot for explorers who love abandoned buildings. There are plenty of interesting and bizarre places which you are free to enter and […]Read more "The Island of Evil & Rabbits"
Singapore is a very small city… I mean, country. It’s a business hub, a culinary delight, and a shopping haven. With a population of 5.6 million (based on the 2016 census) crammed into an area of 719.1km² (to give you an idea… the size of London is 1,572km²), it would be hard to imagine a peaceful […]Read more "Tranquil Singapore"
The seaside town of Whitby has been made famous by the tale of Dracula. But rather being a town of horror, this idyllic town offers the best of what a British seaside can offer. Take a bus from Leeds or York and thunder through the Yorkshire Moors to get to Whitby. The bus is a […]Read more "The Seaside Town of Whitby"
To get a taste of being castaway on a tropical island, take a trip to Nagannu Island. I booked this trip in advance online and took my reservation to the port in Naha. Unfortunately the trip comes as a package deal where lunch is served in a hut and all of the passengers are ferried […]Read more "Castaway on Nagannu Island "
Singapore is known for its fusion dishes, and the best place to get a mouthful is by going to a Hawker. A hawker is essentially a food court generally located outside with a roof. Lines of small kitchens pump out gorgeous smells with the hope of inviting you in to buy a dish. Make sure […]Read more "Hawker Singapore"
Ishigaki – an unheard of location in Okinawa to most tourists until very recently. In the last few years, there has been an increase of flights to the island thanks to the budget airlines such as Peach offering affordable fares. Don’t let that steer you away from going to Ishigaki. You can still find beauty, […]Read more "Okinawan Glory – Ishigaki"