While finding well known tourist landmarks and train stations is relatively easy in Tokyo, on the flip side locating a specific address we found required …Read more »
I’m joining up with TIFFIN’S A-Z Guidebook Travel Link Up, and April the letter is K. – Koh Samui in Thailand, a place I visited a few years ago.
Koh Samui is an island separated from Thailand by ocean and reachable via slightly questionable ferries or commercial planes, and I think it’s because of this separation, …Read more »
Transiting through the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur we spent two nights outside of the city at Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral. Aloft Hotel is located in a transportation and business hub area known as Kuala Lumpur Sentral. It’s 57km from the airport and under 10km to the city centre – ‘golden triangle’. The …Read more »
We were prepared for some serious stomach stretching in Tokyo. Having watched Adam Liaw’s Destination Flavour series (awesome show), I was bursting with excitement. And as our holiday unfolded we discovered there was more than dining out as such, we discovered a couple of interesting micro experiences, which I think our wallets thanked us …Read more »
It rained for 4 days straight in Tokyo and whilst most would consider this to be a damper on a holiday, this Perth girl really enjoyed it. Here are a couple of photos of Tokyo in the rain…..
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It rained and rained during our time in Tokyo and while I love the rain because we never see much of it back at home in Perth, it was super fun to be able to venture out on bicycles when it finally subsided. Our Airbnb hosts were kind enough to lend us their cool bicycles …Read more »
Jumping into a 5 night stay in Tokyo following a ski trip in the mountains, our Japan trip was full on to say the least! An explosion of new experiences and culinary sensations. Oh and an overload of cuteness, especially in Tokyo. Our eyes were wide open the entire time and the following phrases became …Read more »
There is much anticipation in Japan just before the Cherry Blossoms (Sakura) Festival. Japanese and international travellers take part in Hanami, an annual tradition of viewing the blooming of the cherry blossom flowers. While we were in Nozawa Onsen, the sushi master of one of the local restaurants eagerly gave us a run down of …Read more »
We spent a few wonderful days on the tropical island of Koh Samui for a friend’s wedding, it was magical. Separated from the mainland of Thailand, Koh Samui offers some seclusion and escapes from the busyness that you would find on nearby Phuket.Read more »
A friend’s wedding had brought us to Koh Samui, a tropical island in Thailand. The wedding was held at the glamorous Anantara Bophut Resort & Spa in Bophut. Most of the guests stayed at the same hotel while others stayed closed by. We stayed at a small resort called Saboey Resort located in between Bophut …Read more »