here’s part two of my seoul/tokyo series, covering places to go and eat.
since there are countless blogs that detail all the typical tourist spots, i’ll stick to the places that aren’t covered as much. 692 more words
(12th June) Namtso lake was as charmingly blue as the sky, making visitors difficult to distinguish their boundary. We were so close to the sky, ever in our first time, free from any murky pollution that gloomed elsewhere, but radiant in its purest form. 661 more words
(9th June) In the midst of Lhasa city, lying peacefully across the high-altitude Plateau, stands an infamous landmark that soars above the natural plains and rocky mountains. 763 more words
When the sun drowned into the horizon and darkness cloaked, it was just another ordinary evening in Chengdu. Yet, every hotpot restaurant seem to occupy each door front and street vendors, with tiny billboards showing its location while dozens of people were waiting in a line for a table to have a taste of the hotpot. 545 more words