Life in Hakodate is very simplistic and lovely. However, in order to get around to places, you would have to use the public transport system (which is always on time – for your information! I don’t miss Sydney in this sense), pay for an expensive taxi or you could buy your own type of transport. … More Bike Life.
It has been a while, but I’ve been being my usual self and leaving things till last minute – oh the joys of assignments and homework! After finally submitting in my Cultural Report to UTS, I officially have to complete the 1st methodology assignment by the end of this month… YAY! So excited. A lot … More Life at HUE.
Two weeks. Dayum, has it only been that long? I have spent the past two weeks here in Hakodate, my new home. Since arriving, I’ve been to a few tourist hotspots and checked out some of the amazing places that can only be found in Hokkaido or just Hakodate! The place is very nice with … More Hakodate, you beauty.
Hello everybody! This is just a general blog post to say that I’ve landed safely in Japan and I’m settling into my Hakodate home! It’s very cold in Hakodate, and you can still see snow sitting in the side of the road (looking pretty disgusting, but still). The people here are very nice and polite … More Hello Japan!
I’ve got a ticket for the long way ’round The one with the prettiest of views It’s got mountains, it’s got rivers It’s got sights to give you shivers But it sure would look prettier with you… In approximately 48 hours or less, I’ll be on a plane to a land where adventures lie and … More Almost there.