A lot might be freaked out with why we spent most of our 9pm onwards flying solo in our respective hotel rooms for our Day 1 and Day 2. To answer that, it's probably because we are a group of introverts dealing with people starting at a 7am breakfast, and it mutually drained our life … Continue reading Japan Travel: Narusawa – Hakone Day 3
Day 1 ended a little more relaxed than expected. Unlike the rest of my officemates who went out, rode the train and explored, we decided to keep it chill. No regrets there because I was so tired! However, Fatz and I planned out an early morning exploration of the park we went to the night … Continue reading Japan Travel: Tokyo Day 2
I was surprisingly blessed with the chance to go to Japan 2 weeks ago. Seeing as it was a great opportunity for me to explore since I was already there, I extended my trip to 8 days from the original 4 days. Unfortunately for me, it was the week I was swarmed with deadlines for school. … Continue reading Japan Travel: Tokyo Day 1
I just got back from my 8-day trip to Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Nara, and of course, like any of us, I have done all sorts of research like places to go and restaurants to try. However, after my trip, I realized that there were a lot of things that were not mentioned on blogs … Continue reading 40 Important Things You Should Know Before Traveling to Japan
It became a tradition to do a year-end dinner with the family. I was the taya, so I had the say on where to eat, ha! We ended up in The Royale Sharksfin Seafood Restaurant along Quintin Paredes Street, 3rd floor of Pacific Centre, here in Binondo. The last thing I appreciate in the restaurant … Continue reading REVIEW: The Royale Sharksfin Seafood Restaurant
Marksmanship and archery are two things I always wanted to try but never got the chance to. Today, I got to experience it for the first time with my favorite people. We decided to shame ourselves at Arrowland by Gandiva at SM North Edsa. They have multiple packages that suit different sets of people that would range … Continue reading So this is what Archery feels like..