Follow me as I ramble my way on local trains for a 4 day trip from Osaka to Wakkanai (the northernmost train station in Japan).
March 14th – March 21st.
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Today will be the start of a 4-day trip from Osaka in the heart of Japan to the northernmost station in Japan: Wakkanai, in Hokkaido. The days will be long, and perhaps tiring, but it would be an interesting challenge to achieve. It is also the season of the Seishun 18 kippu, which gives the […]Read more "Osaka – Wakkanai – A 4-day trip on the local trains in Japan"
The first morning I was in Brunei, I was desperate to eat something. I had slept at the airport the night before and I was super hungry. Then I fell in love with Bruneian cuisine. To be able to eat a dish for 1 Brunei Dollar is something out of this world. To […]Read more "The Divine Cuisine of Brunei"
For the price of 1 Brunei Dollar, you could take a water taxi and jet across the waters of central Brunei. Forget the tour that they offer for tourists. That is most definitely not worth the money despite the fact that they will take you around the water village and other parts outside of the […]Read more "Jetting around Brunei in a Water Taxi"
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"