A beautiful trip to an island off the coast of Hiroshima and a visit of its incessant deer and beautiful shrines on the edge of the sea.
Cookie time is a shop that specializes in...cookies. It's in the name. They're originally from New Zealand and have been branching out to share their cookies. They deliver cookies all over the world but only currently have two cookie bars, one in Harajuku, the other in Queenstown. My friend and I ended up going for [...]
Woodford Reserves is a bourbon company that's over a couple hundred years old. Starting in 1780 and surviving through the prohibition, they offer a tour for about $14 that is 70 minutes long. It's one of the distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. On the tour you learn more about bourbon and how Woodford Reserves [...]
Bistopping is an ice cream shop near Sinsa, best known for their very photogenic ice cream. Bitstopping works in three steps. First you pick out the type of ice cream you want. Milk ice cream (3,500 won) Soft serve Yogurt (4,000 won) Gelato Chocolate (5,000 won) Soft serve Then you pick whether you want a [...]
One thing we had agreed on as a must before leaving for Taiwan was Jiufen. However it wasn't anywhere near where our friends lived and with our flight leaving early the following morning we decided to cut our visit of Taichung early, hop on a bus, book a hostel in Taipei and spend our last day [...]
Crepes are common in Harujuku. There's several little shops, usually with long lines and usually right next to one another selling crepes. After visiting the owl village I decided to stop by the Santa Monica Crepe section and get in line for a crepe. I picked out their Matcha Cheesecake special with Matcha whipped cream. [...]