The Land of the Rising Sun: Our 2-Week Japan Travel Guide

Growing up, I was an avid fan of anything that was Japanese. As I mentioned in my other post, I was 10 when I came across with Yuyu Hakusho televised at what was then IBC-13. I was constantly amazed with their literature and media, from reading mangas to watching Japanese animes and live-action movies, singing my heart … Continue reading The Land of the Rising Sun: Our 2-Week Japan Travel Guide

How to Apply for a Japan Visa for Filipinos?

(L-R: Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Fushimi Inari, Dotonbori, Universal Studios Japan) Credits to owner of photos: @resferber09 Otaku-mode ON! I was 10 when I came across Yuyu Hakusho televised to what was then IBC-13. My amazement on animes and mangas grew as I aged. Through their literature and media, I was constantly exposed to the Japanese … Continue reading How to Apply for a Japan Visa for Filipinos?

The Land of Morning Calm: Our 9-Day Winter Travel Guide to Seoul

K-Pop, K-Drama, 10-step Korean skincare, K-fashion, bibimbap and a lot more. When the Korean fever arrived, it took no less than a year for it to take the world by storm. Citizens from neighboring Asian countries dreamt of experiencing Hallyu first-hand. My husband and I are no exception. I yearned to visit the places I could … Continue reading The Land of Morning Calm: Our 9-Day Winter Travel Guide to Seoul

The Northern Cities: Our 3-Day Travel Guide to Ilocos

Around same time last year, Troy and I looked for places where we could spend Mama Nancy's (Troy's mom) 60th birthday and celebrate Mothers' Day as well. Our criteria were: can be reached via land travel, and offers activities which our Baby Boomers can participate (some already have joint problems hehehe!) but can still be equally enjoyed … Continue reading The Northern Cities: Our 3-Day Travel Guide to Ilocos