When I got back home from Asia this summer, I was looking forward to just catching back up with life. However, it just wasn’t it the cards just yet, at least for another few weeks. After I completed my last doctoral course (just have to write a dissertation now), I was off to Michigan for […]Read more "Michigan"
Our last day trip was to the city of Hiroshima. Hiroshima was the city I was most looking forward to since I have a deep interest in social studies and history, especially that of World War II. The five-hour train ride surprisingly didn’t feel as long as it actually was. Although, we definitely felt the […]Read more "Hiroshima, Japan"
Getting out of the mega-city of Tokyo was a nice break every couple days or so. It just so happened that after we got our rail passes that we decided to schedule a day trip outside of Tokyo about every other day. The bullet train ride from Tokyo to Kyoto was about three hours. When […]Read more "Kyoto, Japan"
Of course, Mount Fuji was at the top of our to-do list while in Japan. Driving in Japan is manageable in a physical sense, but perhaps not as feasible in a mental and emotional sense. Just getting out of Tokyo was an adventure in and of itself. Although, once we got moving, it wasn’t so […]Read more "Mount Fuji & Aokigahara"
After three days of struggling with a rental car in Tokyo, me and my two friends racked up a $300 parking bill, sideswiped a cement pole, and got stuck in what was essentially an alleyway (but is somehow used for cars). It took us a solid four hours to actually get the car out of […]Read more "Kawagoe, Japan"
Thus far, this summer has been filled with a lot of traveling and adventure to say the least. Over the next few weeks, I will be posting about my previous few weeks of summer travels and highlighting the places that I visited, people I met through the images I was able to capture with my […]Read more "Tokyo, Japan"
Since I created my book, twenty seven, twenty eight, the creative process that went along with it has transformed how I want to view and live my life. I want to learn and experience as much as I can of all that the world has to offer. I do not want to waste time or […]Read more "Busan, South Korea"