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.
South Korea has 3 Busan skywalks over the ocean in this breathtaking seaside city — all offering a different view and a different experience.
My week’s experience learning the Korean language with Lexis Korea in the South Korean port city of Busan. Can’t believe I was about to learn a whole new language!
Korean food is always so good no matter where in Korea you are — so when I was in Busan, I had Korean, Korean, Korean… and all sorts of Busan specialties! Here’s a list of the top 10 you must try on your next visit to the city.
There are just so many things to see and do in the bustling Japanese city of Osaka. From shopping streets and skyscrapers to castles and gardens, here’s a list of my top 10 things not to miss!
In Universal Studios Japan — I danced with the Minions, kissed Spiderman, fought Jaws and T-Rex, and drank butterbeer with Wizards. How awesome is that?!
My day’s visit to the ancient watertown of Zhouzhuang, known as China’s No.1 watertown. From walking its narrow lanes, to floating down its canals — I had a lovely time going back in time.
I loved my visit to the ancient garden city of Suzhou, China. However, I had my share of bad experiences (but of course more lovely ones) — so here’s a list of what not to do to make your trip to Suzhou… wonderful!
A visit to the biggest Starbucks (cafe and roastery) in the world — complete with a running factory and a HUGE bronze cast. And I ended up spending a fortune on coffee, food and Starbucks trinkets!
Some cities just have that special thing that makes you fall in love with it. To me, Kyoto is one such city. I left my heart in this historic city of Japan, and here are the reasons why.