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Instagram Guide: Find Food While Traveling [Step-By-Step]

When traveling, how do you decide where to eat? There’s multiple ways to find food while traveling. You can use Google, Yelp, or if you’re really old school, you can ask for recommendations.  Systems such as Google and Yelp are typically fantastic inside of the US, but are lacking in international reviews. When searching (in […]

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Kyoto: Mostly Food With Some Coffee And Sights [Part 2]

Have you ever had such a powerful input to one of your senses, that your entire body physically reacted? We were briskly walking through JR Kyoto Station, trying to make one of the trains towards our next destination. Inside the station, there’s all sorts of shops and stands, selling various goods and treats… typical stuff. […]

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Kyoto: Mostly Food With Some Coffee And Sights [Part 1]

Kyoto! The cultural hub of Japan. A must-visit destination. Bonus, it’s a foodie’s paradise! Endless temples pepper the city, each with unique design and its own historical significance. I’ll mention a few spots in this post, but definitely pick up a guide if you’re going specifically for the sightseeing. If there was ever a place […]

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Tokyo: A One Day Itinerary

Do you have a long layover in the wonderful city of Tokyo, Japan? Or maybe you want to cram as much as possible into a trip? Here’s my list of things to do for one of the longest, fun-filled days you’ll have. This is an itinerary for the brave, ruthless, and over-achieving travelers. It includes […]

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Hiroshima & Miyajima: Two Days

The precious double-dark. Two consecutive days off, gifted to us every couple of weeks, allowing for mini-trips and a short taste of real life. I opted to visit Hiroshima  and the nearby Miyajima Island. Despite how unprepared I was for the emotional and physical weight of the trip, it was incredible. Here is my itinerary […]

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The 5 Best Cafes In Seminyak Bali

Have you ever wished there were more meals in a day? That’s how I felt during my time in Seminyak, Bali. The cafe scene is spot on, unique atmospheres with delicious dishes and elegant espressos. I found myself cafe-hopping daily, and despite spending two weeks there, didn’t get to hit all the spots I’d hoped […]

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