Universal Studios Japan

I came to Japan for four reasons; 1. to see my college friend 2. sushi 3. Disneyland and 4. Universal Studios. I was only going to stay maybe 3 weeks but when I looked at the website for Universal Studios Japan to see what rides I’d be interested in, I saw that they were opening up a […]

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QRG: Radisson Fisherman’s Wharf

In this 7 part series titled “Questing Ryan Gosling”, I am going to republish my posts from my other blog to combine the two. These posts are the history of how I came to be traveling with a cardboard cut out of head of Canadian actor, Ryan Gosling.  read more…

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Celebrating July 4th In Japan

I was in Thailand for Valentine’s Day and Easter but I didn’t celebrate either. It didn’t even occur to me to celebrate July 4th once the actual month rolled around. It wasn’t until my fellow volunteer and I were reminiscing about food from back home we missed (mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, Chipotle…) that we decided we […]

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QRG: Doubletree New Orleans

In this 7 part series titled “Questing Ryan Gosling”, I am going to republish my posts from my other blog to combine the two. These posts are the history of how I came to be traveling with a cardboard cut out of head of Canadian actor, Ryan Gosling.  read more…

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Meet Even More Dogs From Heart-Tokushima

I felt my last post about the dogs found at Heart-Tokushima could have been more expansive but I ran out of good pictures. It’s hard to get a good shot of an animal that won’t sit still after being cooped up all day. Luckily my fellow volunteer, Yumi, has a much better camera than I […]

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Meet the Dogs Of Heart-Tokushima

I’m going to write a more expansive post on my volunteering experience with Heart-Tokushima at a later date. In the meantime, I’m going to introduce you to some of the dogs that I’ve gotten the pleasure of knowing. This is just a small number of the dogs found at the shelter and some of the […]

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Living Out of My Osprey Kyte 46L

I’ve gotten a lot of comments from fellow travelers about how small my bag is. And no, it’s not a euphemism for anything. I purposefully picked a backpack that’s smaller than the average 60L most people carry around because A. I hate carrying stuff B. I don’t want to check it unless I absolutely have […]

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Temples Again, But In Nara…

Much like Kyoto, if you so much as sneeze in Nara, a temple is born. It just shoots right out of the ground, fully built and everything. I only spent a day in Nara and I felt that was plenty of time. It’s a very easy place to just do a day trip and all the […]

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