One of the highlights from our trip to Japan this year was the experience of street Go Karting in Osaka. To dress up in cartoon costumes and drive around the busy streets of Osaka at 60km/h was an opportunity we were not missing. No trip to Japan would be complete without this amazing experience. There … Continue reading The Highlight Of Our Trip To Japan – Go-Karting!!
Japan’s great ancient city, Kyoto is located in Kansas region. It is famous for countless Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, Japanese gardens, Imperial Palaces and traditional wooden houses known as Machiya. We spent three days total in Kyoto and these are our top four attractions. Nishiki Market First opened in 1310 as a simple fish market … Continue reading Kyoto Travel – Three Things To Do
During our three day stay in Kyoto we visited Lorimer for a unique breakfast experience. We made our reservation through Airbnb experiences after reading the excellent reviews (Click here to receive a discount on your first Airbnb booking). What makes this breakfast experience unique? This breakfast menu is a modern twist on a traditional Japaneese … Continue reading Did we discover Japans best breakfast experience???
Most people travelling in Japan have one thing in common when planning their trip and that is seeing Mt Fuji. There are lots of ways to do this. You can take a specific tour up the mountain. You can visit some of the spa resorts located around the area or you can simply lo out … Continue reading A different way to see Mt Fuji
Yokohama was our first stop on our 7 week Japan adventure. Located south of Tokyo this port city has lots to offer. As we were spending such a long time in Japan we had to stick to a budget. This meant getting creative with our plans. Going by that we wanted to share with you … Continue reading 24 hours in Yokohama on a Budget
Visit Gyeongbokgun Palace Like most caption cities in Asia, Seoul has some great historical sites to see. The first sight we visited was Gyeongbokgun Palace. It was the main royal palace of the Joseon Dynasty. The largest of the Five Grand Palaces in Seoul. Referred to as the Northern Palace. Gyeongbokgun has many beautiful pavilions … Continue reading Top 5 Things to do in Seoul, South Korea
“This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you” Everyone has things that they never leave home without. While planning our trip we did a lot of research on items we would need. As we were planning to travel light … Continue reading Five Must Haves For Any Backpacker
During our time in Seoul we decided to go for a hike in Bukhansan National Park. Just a short journey from Seoul city, it is an easy day activity. The name Bukhansan means "mountain north of Han River". Located north of the city we grabbed a train from Hongdae, then a short bus ride to … Continue reading Bukhansan, South Korea – Hiking to the Tallest Peak
Seoul, South Korea is an extremely large and beautiful city. Like most capital cities it has an amazing food scene. Through our travels previously we have always put a major focus on food and Seoul was no different. We had a number of dishes we wanted to try, so to cover them all decided to … Continue reading Seoul Food Night Market Tour
Accommodation: We stayed in an Airbnb while in Seoul. The Airbnb was near Hongik University which was a perfect location as it was on the airport subway line and near lots of good bars and restaurants. For €94 we got a private twin room with a shared bathroom, free washing facilities, filtered water and breakfast … Continue reading Seoul Expenses – 4 Days