Small journeys, big leaps

Representing those who travel on a budget, both on money and time, that is the small-time jetsetter. I travel not to find myself, but to create myself, small pieces at a time, with memories, adventures, and stories of people I have met, until I make a masterpiece of how I see the world. Advertisements

The Small-time Jet-setter Chronicles: Loyalty and Loneliness in Tokyo

Tokyo was my least favorite among the places I visited in Japan. It’s because I’m not a huge fan of big and very crowded cities. And Tokyo is definitely a very big and very crowded city. We arrived very late at night from Takayama, so we only had one day to tour the city. Takayama … More The Small-time Jet-setter Chronicles: Loyalty and Loneliness in Tokyo

The Small-time Jet-setter Chronicles: Finding Bushido, Memories of Kyoto

Kyoto is one of the most beautiful cities I’ve ever been to, with its fusion of modern and traditional Japanese architectures. As a former capital of Japan, it seems Kyoto is where the heart of Japanese culture resides. It has countless old temples, traditional wooden houses, imperial palaces, and picturesque gardens. Walking in the streets … More The Small-time Jet-setter Chronicles: Finding Bushido, Memories of Kyoto

Another Liebster Award

Another Liebster Award nomination! I’m almost speechless that I don’t know what more to say. This time the nomination is from floatinggold. There are lots to learn from her blog. Please check out her blog at dailyflabbergast.wordpress.com Since I just posted my first Liebster Award nomination yesterday, I don’t really have much to say more … More Another Liebster Award