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The Ultimate Travel Itinerary For 3 Days In Tokyo
With over 38 million residents, Tokyo, Japan is the #1 most populous city in the world, yet one of the cleanest and most orderly as well. Despite the crowds and busyness, no one ever ran into someone else, there wasn’t a single piece of trash on the ground, and everyone remained extremely polite and respectful amidst the madness. We also found that restaurants, shops, and other establishments operated extremely efficiently,...
A First Timer's Guide to Visiting a Japanese Onsen
When Hope and I traveled to Japan for the first time last month, one of our priorities was to visit a Japanese onsen, or hot spring. While many travelers will search for an onsen near Tokyo, we wanted to experience winter in Japan to the fullest, so we traveled all the way up to Hokkaido, the northernmost of the main islands in Japan, where we could gaze out onto snow...
15 Fun and Unique Things To Do In Tokyo
There is no shortage of bright lights, good food, and a combination of the cute and weird in Tokyo, and you would be remiss not to partake in some of Tokyo’s most unique offerings during your time there. Whether touristy or not, these are experiences you could only imagine in your wildest dreams before visiting Japan and that you can now make a reality by visiting its capital, Tokyo. From...
What To Eat In Japan: An Introduction To the Japanese Izakaya With MagicalTrip
When Hope and I visited Japan for the first time last month, one of our primary goals was to indulge in as much traditional Japanese food as possible, and we knew we’d be able to find some of the best things to eat in Japan at an izakaya, or a traditional Japanese pub. If you’ve never been to an izakaya before, imagine the Japanese version of a mix between an...
What We Loved, Hated, and Learned From Our 2018 Travels
4 continents. 17 countries. 59 cities. 42 flights. My travel experiences of 2018 were some of the most diverse, ranging from summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro to visiting my sponsor child in Rwanda to exploring the Middle East for the first time to experiencing Oktoberfest in Munich to eating my way around Japan. As Hope and I do at the end of every year, we are once again answering all of your...
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CHICAGO: Reunited for the weekend!! We’re spending the day camping out at Allis and getting some much needed work done - what are your weekend plans? Let us know in the comments!
Taking a break from Bermuda posts to wish everyone a very happy Valentines Day!
BERMUDA: this is the City Hall & Arts Centre, located in downtown Hamilton, the capital city of Bermuda. It exemplifies the term all-in-one, as it is a government center, national gallery, society of arts, and theater, all in one building! Do you have buildings in your town that do it all? Let us know in the comments!
BERMUDA: more sunny Bermuda pics to feed your winter wanderlust! Bermudan roofs are uniquely white and stepped to help assist in catching rainfall and storing it in tanks under the homes 🌧
BERMUDA: anyone else wishin for a bit of this good weather and beautiful sunset right now?? Bermuda is a dream of an island!
JAPAN: throwback to the zen, calming nature of Japanese gardens. Meanwhile in Michigan and Chicago, blizzards are raging and temps are definitely in the negatives 😪

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