JAPAN: WHAT TO SEE, WHAT TO DO, & WHAT TO EAT:
Japan as a whole is one of my favorite countries that I have ever visited. I absolutely loved everything about this country. Check out more below from Tokyo, Kyoto, and Okinawa!
BUCKET LIST #14: THE GREAT WALL:
The Great Wall had been on my bucket list ever since I was a little girl. I was traveling with friends in Japan and took a red eye flight to Beijing just to see the Great Wall during cherry blossom season. Without a doubt, this day was my most inspiring day of 2016 thus far. The entire adventure from start to finish was truly mind-blowing. Check it all out in this short video!
The Shibuya District is a must if and when you visit Tokyo. It is staple on most of the tourist to-do lists mainly for the Shibuya Crossing - one of the busiest intersections in the world.
I never thought I would say this, but I couldn't drink any more coffee. I thought for sure that I would start breaking out in cold sweats from the amount of caffeine flowing through my system.
Tokyo, without a doubt, is known as the birthplace of sushi. Here is our list of the top places to have orgasmic sushi in the city.
seeing the cherry blossoms in the park is so thrilling, why not step it up a notch and get your caffeine game going strong.
For the most part, as an American passport holder, I usually am not required to obtain a visa in advance of entering any given country. China is the exception. Here is how to get a Chinese visa in Tokyo!