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Taya Caves

Carved by monks over a span of 500 years, the Taya caves are an overlooked but excellent excursion from almost anywhere in Kanagawa or Tokyo. They make for a great day trip regardless of weather. 309 more words


Goshuin Japan

 I really enjoy going to the Shrines & Temples here in Japan . What I didn’t know about was Goshuin. These are stamps –  shuin that you can get at most Shrines & Temples in Japan. 114 more words


One place I have always wanted to see is Mexico. I want to see all the culture has to offer and experience where my family has come from. 305 more words

Art House (new product launch @ That's Crafty)

That’s Crafty are launching new products at Stitches and I was lucky enough to have the new items to play with, to create samples. 206 more words

DAY 1 of a Trip Down South...

Following a brief hiatus from writing, I am back to share my latest adventures travelling in Pakistan. After being caught up with my internship at IDEAS (Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives) where I have been busy doing fieldwork in low income settlements in Lahore, interviewing prospective students for Dartmouth, starting an excel course, joining a new crossfit gym and going to various art and culture performances its has really been a wonderful time to enjoy the glories of Lahore and all this city has to offer at this time of the year. 1,492 more words


Kamakura 鎌倉

Kamakura 鎌倉 is on the coast of Kanagawa Prefecture. It’s about an hour south of Tokyo, past Yokohama. Kamakura used to be the capital of Japan when the Shogun Minamoto Yoriomo ruled in 1192-1333. 210 more words