My day in the Fukuoka Prefecture — traveling from the south to the capital of Fukuoka in the north. The final league of my grand Kyushu tour with Parlo Tours.
Hitoyoshi was the fourth part on my grand Kyushu tour with Parlo Tours, and we got to harvest our own food, cook our own meals, and then got pampered by our local Japanese farmstay ‘mum’. It was such a unique experience!
While in Kagishima, I got to ride on a cartoon train, dress up as a samurai, admire an active volcano, and eat the most delicious Kurobuta black pork. It was the most awesome 2 days on the third league of my grand Kyushu tour with Parlo Tours!
The second part of my grand Kyushu tour with Parlo Tours brought me to the caldera and peaks of Mount Aso. I saw the active volcano brewing thick white smoke!
If you love Japanese onsen, you’ll love Beppu. Whether it is for bathing, or for viewing — this city has got to be one of the toastiest and steamiest places I have ever visited! First city on my grand Kyushu tour with Parlo Tours.
Here’s how I spent 3 days exploring the cities of Sanya and Haikou in Hainan Island on a tour with Parlo Tours.
Another tick off my bucket list, as I have always wanted to visit Atlantis. And I finally got to one at the Atlantis Sanya for some underwater and overwater fun.
During my visit to Haikou, the capital of Hainan Island in China with Parlo Tours, I got to stay at one of the biggest resort and golf complexes in the world — The Mission Hills Resort Haikou. It is so so so so huge, with so many things to do!
Most people visit Kyoto on a day trip, but I think that 5 days in this beautiful temple city just wasn’t enough. This place absolutely bewitched me!
Here’s how I spent 3 days in the Japanese city of Osaka — visiting castles, temples, walking streets, and just basking in the neon lights and colorful signboards that is Osaka.
My half day visit to Nara — where I got to hang out with hundreds of deer, visit some of Japan’s most ancient temples, and dine on delicious grilled eel. Oh, did I mention the adorable deer?
A half day visit to see the lovely town of Himeji — the famous Himeji Castle, and the autumn night lights of the Koko-en Garden.
Seoul is a city that never sleeps, as there is just so many things to do around this capital city of South Korea. It’s really hard to put all my favorite things to do into a list — but I’ve decided to compile one anyway. So here’s my top 10 (and 5 more) things to do when you visit the city!
A short video of the fun time I had studying the Korean Language in South Korea with Lexis Korea. I spent two weeks in the city — first week in Busan and second week in Seoul.
I’ll never forget the 2 weeks I spent learning the Korean language in South Korea. Lexis Korea provided me an opportunity to immerse in the Korean culture while exploring the country.
My second week in South Korea learning the Korean language with Lexis Korea — and I chose to be in the capital city of Seoul.