Rainbow Village was painted entirely by one man, by hand.
Public transport in Japan is generally amazing; trains run on time virtually all the time, buses are regular and easy to use, and flying is also a reasonable option if you're traveling far. However, a car can grant you freedom you don't get from public transport. Rules when hiring a car. Unlike hiring a car [...]
In my last post, I talked about enjoying the unusual customs of other countries. Last year, I attended Kanamara Matsuri, a famous festival held yearly in Kawasaki, that celebrates all things penis. Since I've already discussed the meaning behind the festival (here if you care to read it), in this post I will focus on [...]
Seoul was an enjoyable trip. I visited for Christmas in 2016, and spent most of the time there forgetting it was Christmas. Perfect. In no particular order, here are my top 5 spots and sights for Seoul. Insadong. This is the area I stayed in, and is quite possibly my favourite neighbourhood. It's a cultural [...]
The sun rises over Shanghai's Pudong district.
When asked about the pitfalls of travelling a lot, it's hard to think of any. What's not to love about being on an adventure? There is one thing though, and that's jet lag. Let's take a look at jet lag, and the ways we can keep it to a minimum. What is jet lag? It's [...]
I really enjoyed Osaka. It's well located, has a good mix of past and present, and is easy to get round thanks to its efficient and vast subway system. Though it's hard, I've decided to pick out my top 5 favourite things about Osaka. In no particular order: Dotombori. This is the infamous "neon dream" [...]
The waters lapping Sesoko Beach, Sesoko Island, Okinawa, Japan, are some of the clearest I've ever seen.
No that isn't a typo. A vibrator bar. Such a glorious thing is an actual reality, at least in Tokyo. Let's buzz on in, shall we? It's like being in a normal bar. Are you shitting me? I am not. The Vibe Bar Wild One is a unique drinking establishment located in the heart of [...]
A fine selection of teas in a tiny teashop, Chinatown, Yokohama, Japan.