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Tokyo Day 3: Harajuku

We started off the morning by hunting down some breakfast in the urban jungle. We had originally planned on making breakfasts and possibly lunch at the Airbnb to try and save some money. 818 more words


Tokyo Day 2

Day two was spent mostly in Ikebukuro. We woke up late in the morning after getting home well after 1 A.M. After grabbing some fruit for breakfast we made the trek, aka the eight-minute walk, to the Takadanobaba station and boarded a train on its way to Ikebukuro. 537 more words


The Truth About How Hard It Is To Leave Home And Live Somewhere New

Leaving your home is not easy. Most of the times when I tell people I’m from a different country, they open their mouths in amazement and tell me “Omg that’s so cool ”. 621 more words

New life in the bundoks in view of the Caucasus

This is our new life now. We live in this beautiful city called Tbilisi where the Caucasus mountains surround our view.

With 11 days to pack up our lives in the Philippines, after living there for a year and a half, we moved to a foreign country where we all do not speak the local language. 1,800 more words

Travel, Living Overseas, Kids In Tow

Boy and girl share a bedroom...How?

When we returned to Poland after having our 3rd baby in the US, we returned to a boy room and a girl room and a parent room. 484 more words

quince cheese

Quince cheese is one of my first memories of being lost in translation.

First things first: quince cheese is a paste made of quince, which has been previously stewed with sugar on low heat for a while. 1,222 more words


Traveler Diaries Part I - Shanghai, China

My Shanghai story is similar to many great adventure stories in that it was entirely unexpected.

When I originally set out to teach English in Asia, I set my course for Taiwan. 1,012 more words