The post was inspired from the people I met during my trips, especially during my time in Indo-China where I got to talk to individuals from different walks of life. As they always say, travel is a great experience for personal development.
After a few months on hiatus due to a busy work schedule, I got the chance to write another blog post. This post is about my love for hostels and guesthouses and why you guys should give them a try.
This post tells about my experience learning furoshiki and how I fell in love with it by simply visiting a store. This also serves as a teaser for my upcoming posts about this year’s trip to Japan.
As they always say, frustrations and pain points to opportunities. In this case, this post was inspired from my first bad Airbnb experience. Unless you want to bear with less than ideal accommodation during your trip, read ahead!
The last part of my day in Nagoya. I went to Osu Kannon first before Osu Shopping Street. It definitely felt nostalgic strolling around Osu Shopping Street while observing the locals go in out of the shops. To cap off my day, I spent my evening at JR Takashimaya.
Visiting Nagoya will not be complete without visiting Atsuta Jingu. When I visited, I was lucky enough to witness families celebrating Shichi-Go-San.
On my last full day in Japan, I made the most out of it by visiting Nagoya Castle, Atsuta Shrine, Osu Kannon, and Sakae. I also did some last minute shopping at JR Takashimaya before calling it a day. This post covers my visit to Nagoya Castle.