Recently, people from New York taught me an incredible lesson in how to be nice to each other, even in the busiest & (sometimes) toughest city in the world. I was fascinating seeing the interaction between people in the city and taking good notes. The city made me feel happy & came back home with more nostalgia than I had anticipated. I guess having (almost) every corner looking like a movie set made part of the charm, while the yummy food in our bellies was in charge of the rest of enchantment, ha!... Continue reading ⇢ 2 Comments
We have a rather unusual approach today to a travel post, we are going to share pictures of us taken by Japanese locals during our trip to Japan this last autumn. But the twist is, that none of the pictures shared in here were actually requested by us... Continue reading ⇢ 17 Comments
Tsumago in the morning was one of those experiences that are unique of Japan and heartwarming. For those who have yet to read our previous post, Tsumago is a post town in the Nakasendo trail where samurais during the Edo period used to sleep in their route to/from Kyoto and Tokyo. ... Continue reading ⇢ 7 Comments
Hello there! We have a very autumnal & folk(ish) post today, which weirdly fits perfectly well with this chilly start of spring we are having: the Nakasendo trail, the walking path that connects Tokyo and Kyoto.... Continue reading ⇢ 5 Comments
Good Monday! Or should I better say Mon(key)day? Being totally straightforward with you I may need to add a disclaimer here, because I had a problem cutting down the number of pictures in this post due to the Arashiyama monkey park; the fellas were too cute not to include every picture of them!... Continue reading ⇢ 4 Comments
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