In the age of ChatGPT when mostly all information is on the internet, and we all research our travel destination before hand, the fun of “discovering” gets diluted. But then again, there are always surprises when we physically start exploring and today, I want to share with you an incredible discovery I made during my
Age 42, I have a social circle who think of me as either “dumb” or “cool” playing Pokemon Go depending on whether they themselves do. For me the logic is simple and clear, this game has been singularly responsible to help me drop my weight from 67 to 59 kilos and maintain myself at that
Uncomfortable in crowded and busy megapolis like Tokyo or Osaka but equally not comfortable with too much interior slow life of Japan? If you are looking for something in between where it is not too grand and not too desolate in Japan, the cities of Yokohama and Kobe might be what you are looking for.
When I first visited London, I developed a liking for the red brick constructions illuminated at the the twilight time. The reddish brown and yellow tinge contrasted with a blue sky at sunset looked superb in Piccadilly Circus there and thereafter I have been a huge fan of brick architecture. I tried such photography in
The Indian festival of COLORS, was celebrated on the picturesque location of Aka Renga Souko in Yokohama last weekend. Here are the experiences, we had there, a COLORFUL event and a lot of fun. The event held for three consecutive days, we went on the final day of Sunday when the temperatures were slightly better off
First on with defining what an Itasha is. Itasha, a Japanese word refers to otaku-fied cars decorated by fans with decals of mostly anime and video game characters. The Japanese automotive industry is one of the most prominent and largest industries in the world, and events like Tokyo Motor Show attracts not only locals, but many