Singapore is such a beautiful city! It’s super cool (and slightly expensive) and if it’s not on your list it should be.
If you don’t know, I am a pretty big nerd. I love Disney, Harry Potter, Anime, comic books (bruh, have you read Saga? Son.) etc, I can go on for a while. So when I found out about these 2 places I had to check them out.
You guys! There is a Harry Potter themed Cafe in Singapore and if you’re a fan...
When people think of Japan of course the first thing that comes to their mind is Tokyo. The fashion, the culture the bright lights! Yes, you will find all these things there, but you will also find it in Osaka. I was lucky enough to be able to spend a little time in this city, but not enough, I would love to go back! Below I'm listing the few things that I got to do and what I would do if I get to go back again.
Shanghai was another one of those free stopovers that's helped lower the price of my plane ticket. I only spent a short amount of time there, I would really love to go back! But here's a short list of fun things I did while I was there to entice you to head east!
1. Visit the Bund
The bund is a waterfront area with plenty of things to do and see. I was there early in the morning, there were people flying kites, dancers practicin...
My recent trip to Tokyo, Japan was epic! After coming home and looking at the photo's I realized it was also a 9 year old's dream vacation. I spent all my time doing super Kawaii (which means Cute!) things. They say when you travel you find yourself, in Tokyo I found out I'm immature and love all things cute and girly, and I'm OK with that! If you are a lover of all things Kawaii, super cute, and fun, then check out the list b...
So I've been slacking on my writing! Sorry, I am currently traveling and honestly I can't wait to get home. This week I am spending some time in Japan, which has been so amazing!
For lunch I stopped at Kawaii Monster Cafe, which is in Harajuku (about a 5-10 min walk down Takeshita street depending on how busy it is, Sundays are PACKED). The cafe is on the 3rd floor, so after a short ride up I got to the front door.