If you are planning on traveling to New York City for New Year's Eve and are looking for something to do for countdown, consider going to Central Park for fireworks, live music, and a New Year's Eve Run. This event is very family-friendly and is a great alternative to Times Square ball drop.
I decided to do hatsumode at Senso-ji Temple/Asakusa since my hostel was very nearby, in case the subways were too packed and I just wanted to walk back. Other Japan New Year's Posts: Emperor at the Imperial Palace - January 2
It is that time of year again, Seoul is cold and winter has arrived. For travelers coming from warmer climates, this may be a major shock and you may not have the proper winter accoutrements. I highly recommend stopping by SPAO for very affordable, reliable, and rather fashionable winter outerwear.
It is that time of year again, time to do a tour of all the holiday illumination displays in Japan. I really like this one in Osaka station! It is not quite as lavish as other displays, but that's what I like about it.
Soul Burger Number One Sometimes in selecting restaurants, I go by the thought, "if it's good enough for President Obama, it's good enough for me." This is why I chose to go to Ray's Hell Burger the first time - President Obama had been photographed eating at Ray's Hell Burger - and because I really wanted a specialty burger.
Did a bit of prototyping for my minion crafts! How do you think it looks? How should I make the mouths? Plus, I was able to get the Memory Game for Toys for Tots on Black Friday with a coupon! Hopefully some child enjoys minions as much as I do. Follow me! Instagram | Facebook | Affiliates: Trazy - Korean Travel Deals | Amazon | YesStyle - Asian Fashion and Beauty *FTC Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links which means, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through the links provided and make a purchase.*