Relax

March 17, 2018 Tokyo, Japan



Flying above the sky could be irritating and tiring especially traveling 4-5 hours . Comfy is the key. Knowing Japan has different weather from the Philippines and I've searched comfy clothes to put on to avoid exhaustion or should I say the haggard-oily feeling.

For me, it's really a hard time to look for a legit Travel Agency as I have heard from the news that there are plenty of Tour Package Scams and Fake Travel Agencies. So I really have to search a lot about the destination that I will be going to and travel in a budget. So if you want to travel in a budget and a first-time traveler, here are my tips:

1. Search the weather first from the destination or the country to know the exact outfits to wear.
2. Research the places that you will visit and their fees; like their Entrance fees.
3. Research the right transportation to get you where you want to be.
4. Use a Map to estimate your time and budget your money.
5. Book the nearest place to stay and just within the Tourist Spots you'll visit. When booking the place to stay,  I would recommend to use AirBnb or HotelQuickly Applications.
4. Take note all of it and make your own itinerary.

'Till next post!

Heat-tech Turtle Neck -Uniqlo
Heat-tech Leggings (inside the pants) - Uniqlo
 Leather Jacket- Uniqlo;  
Gloves- Terranova; 
Shoes; Columbia


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JRPASS

Japan is the country that our family really longed to visit. We all wanted to roam on their streets that shows a lot on their culture and traditions, and have a taste on their steaks, sushi, desserts and other famous cuisines. Our one long week in Japan didn't really do justice upon showcasing the beauty of Japan. There were some places that we weren't able to explore due to time constraint. Nevertheless, Japan is still beautiful.

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Last December, our family had our holiday vacation in Japan. Since we come from a tropical country, it was really a chilly experience, even though we wore layers of clothes. Winter in Japan is different compared to when we experienced winter in Hong Kong. It is a lot more colder in Japan. It's not that sweater weather cold, but it was a thousand-layers-of-heat-tech-weather. It may sound overly exaggerated but knowing that we come from a country that doesn't have winter, it really was freezing.
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