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Kyoto: Fushimi Inari-taisha, Tofukuji Temple

At five in the morning, I was dropped off in Kyoto from my overnight bus. At 11 degrees, it was the coldest I’ve ever been. I grabbed my scarf from my backpack, put it on, and started my kilometer-long walk in the cold to my hostel. The streets were empty, and if it were any other place like *coughs* Philippines…

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Tokyo in Autumn: Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Aaaaaaah!! Going through these photos make my heart skip a beat! Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is located smack center of Shinjuku, and easily my most favorite place in Tokyo! It’s almost unbelievable how nature, a huuuge garden in this case, and bright lights of a modern city can coexist in one place! Did you notice that all those four sentences…

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6 Days in Japan (Tokyo, Kyoto) for under 29,500 PHP

On November 4-9, I went on a solo trip to Japan. With enough research and planning, I’m very proud to say that it was a successful trip. First, because I got to see so much of Tokyo and Kyoto. Second, because I did this without breaking my pocket. I ate some good food at convenience stores, food stalls and restaurants.…

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Photo Diary: Siargao

I love Siargao so much that I went not once, but twice, this year. On my first time in February, my friends and I made sure to explore every attraction and eat as much food as we can take and afford. It meant long motorbike rides, sore butts and a (kind of big) hole in our savings, but we were…

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