I’m writing this on a Saturday afternoon, 12:45 pm. A storm has just passed a few days earlier and I haven’t being feeling too productive lately. Although, I have been doing a lot of Yoga which is I guess some what of an achievement. Anyway, I’m very slowly getting back to blogging because I realized it’s been almost a year since I’ve traveled to Jordan and I still haven’t posted/blogged about my travels yet. I feel like some of the details of the trip have already passed me by and although none of us can really travel at the moment, I hope that it will be useful to someone one day.
From Petra, our driver picked us up from our apartment and we were off to our next destination, Wadi Rum.
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Dumaguete City – the capital of Negros Oriental, aka “The City of the Gentle People”. People also call it the “university city” because there are four universities in the area – we got to visit Silliman University. Aside from visiting the city, a lot of tourist come here because it’s much easier to go to Oslob, Cebu from here instead of flying into Cebu City – more about that in my next blog!
This was my second time in Dumaguete, I explored the city and ate my heart out! Click the link below to see places where you can eat and places to visit while you’re in here 🙂
Hi guys! Here’s a quick little overview of my family’s itinerary from our trip to Fukuoka, Japan. Loved it! I really enjoyed exploring Fukuoka, especially going to Uminonakamichi Seaside Park aaaand also not having to wait in line to try Ichiran Ramen 😛 hehehe.
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Welcome to Uminonakamichi Seaside Park! My favorite place that I visited in Fukuoka and one of the highlights of my Japan trip!
It is a huge national park, stretching 300 hectares. There are so many things to do and so many places to see here. My family and I spent the morning here, just riding around in our rental bikes and exploring this beautiful park!
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Take a few minutes walk from Ohori Park and you’ll find yourself at the Fukuoka Castle Ruins inside Maizuru Park. A lot history in the area as previously being known as the largest castle in Kyushu during the Edo Period (1603 to 1867).
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Take a look into a traditional Japanese Garden! Located inside Ohori Park, it is truly a sight to see. Such a beautiful garden 🙂 For more information and to see more of the photos I took – click the ream more button below.
For our first full touring day in Fukuoka, Japan we thought it would be fun to visit Ohori Park. Read some reviews on line that it was a nice place to stroll around. There is also a separate Japanese garden that you can check out, I’ll post a separate blog about it in the next few days.
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