How's your Covid-19 social distancing going? Since I can't travel I've started a podcast where I talk to avid travelers about their adventures and things they're passionate about. I hope you enjoy listening. This interview deals with expat life and adopting a pet while overseas.
I took a delightful cooking class in Naha. The space also transforms in the evening into a local beer focused space that also serves food.
If I could've lived off nothing but Blue Seal ice cream I would have. I loved this ice cream chain.
First meal in Okinawa was delicious and too much food.
A park that hosts an annual cherry blossom festival. I went before nearly a month before the festival, saw many cats and enjoyed other flowers in bloom.
Was lured in by the art and loved all the amenities.
A welcoming guide to Okinawa including a pdf packing guide, advice for planning a trip, how to get around, what foods to try and some basics. I loved it in Okinawa and I hope you get the chance to visit.
A decent spot for breakfast or thick hot chocolate with super fancy vibes.
When your plans don't work out it's worth it to wander around and see what sort of beauty you can find.
Korean food in Paris. Not something I'd necessarily suggest. Especially if you happen to live in Korea at the time. But hey. All I'd been living off of was pastries. (Which isn't a complaint. I was loving the bread)