Cebu – this place has always amazed me. There are a lot of things to do and sights to see when you’re in Cebu. Regardless if you’re a city girl, love to go on hikes or a beach bum, there are activities that will fit your personality. As I’ve shared with you a few months back, me and my college friends went there. During our trip, we visited the South of Cebu. Here were some of the things we did:
Straight from the Fushimi Inari Shrine, my family and I made our way to Nara to visit the deer at Nara Park and also to see Todaiji Temple. Spent half the day here and it was a lot of fun!
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Next up on my Kyoto-Nara series, the Fushimi Inari Shrine! A well-known Shinto shrine in Kyoto, made famous because of its thousands of vermilion torii gates. We went straight here after we visited the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove (blog here).
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My family and I were staying in Osaka for a few days and we decided to take a day tour to Kyoto and Nara! We got to visit the the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Fushimi Inari Shrine, Todaiji Temple and of course, Nara Park. I’ll be blogging about each of them separately so the blog won’t be so long hehe.
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Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route – one of the highlights of my Japan trip! We traveled a long way, on many many different transportation modes and unfortunately there was a snow storm when we went and we weren’t able to see the “snow wall” (sad!) BUTTT, w were still able to see a very tiny bit of it and some other awesome places so I still enjoyed it!
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From Fukuoka we made our way to Tokyo, but we didn’t really spend much time in the city. We went to see Mt. Fuji and also to go on the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route. On our first day (May 3, 2018) we spent a day at the Fuji Shiba-sakura Festival. It’s a beautiful festival held at this resort full of thousands and thousands of shiba-sakura or “pink moss”. 🙂
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This popular holiday destination is famous amongst Brits who like the stunning beaches, serene views, magical villages and post-card worthy towns. If you are choosing to go away to Devon for the weekend, we solute you! There is plenty to be explored and lots to do in this wonderful place.
If you are wondering what you will be doing when you visit, you stumbled across a great article. Here you will find a wealth of information to help you on your journey.