In recent years, budget airlines have made it easier for millennials to travel out of our own pockets. Along with this comes the option of inviting our significant others along for the ride. It’s fantastic that we’re able to do this because travel helps the relationship grow in many ways.
I got published! Here's a little in betweener before my third Thailand post.
Needing a cheap wagyu place in Shinjuku? Here's a restaurant that offers wagyu for only 50 to 400 Japanese Yen. (But make sure you thoroughly check your bill before you pay!)
As I looked up from the bottom of the stairs to the platforms, I died a little inside. How are we going to cover more than 20 steps in 5 minutes? Five minutes was all we had before our bullet train to Hamamatsu, Shizuoka left. I was with five other people, my mom, my brother, my sister, my uncle, and my mom’s friend, each of us carrying a luggage that weighed about 10 to 15 kilos each.
So my family and I flew to Japan on May 7. At 11:30 a.m., I went through immigration without a hitch. Each one of us was checked by a different officer. My brother, my sister, and my uncle all went through smoothly as well. My mom didn't.
So here we are, just a day and a half more before my scheduled flight to Taipei. You know my struggles, and you're about to read more. The good news is, I have my passport! The bad news is, i had to let go of and will (still) soon shell out a few more bucks…
On March 30, 2017, without any precursor, I decided that I was going to travel for the Holy Week. Alone. This, despite the fact that my mom already has plans for the family. While I was driving to work, my mind was quite empty until the thought popped up. So when I arrived in the…