#ArbyEats at Kuromon Market!

Kuromon Market is famous for its fresh seafoods, street foods, and cheap souvenirs! This market has been around for over 170 years and is known to be “Osaka’s Kitchen” since it’s where local homeowners and restaurant chefs get their supplies. Today, it’s also a very a well-known tourist destination because: FOOD. Advertisements

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Private Tea Ceremony at Camellia Garden, Kyoto

One, two, tea! This private tea ceremony is my favorite Kyoto activity! We spent the whole afternoon at Ryoanji area in Kyoto – went to see the Ryoanji temple, put on our yukatas, and enjoyed the afternoon tea ceremony at Camellia.

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Where to eat in Kyoto?

Aside from numerous tourist spots, Kyoto also boasts of countless food places with ultimately good food! In this blog post, I’ll share with you 3 restaurants we’ve visited and loved during our stay in Kyoto.

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How we got our AirBnB in Osaka for FREE!

Right after our visas got approved, we immediately looked for places to stay. I thought an AirBnB at Osaka would be a better idea than staying at a hotel. Aside from being a lot cheaper, a whole house is so much better than a tiny hotel room since we will be staying for a week!

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An Overnight Stay at Sundowners Vacation Villas!

Bolinao is a 5-hour drive from Manila and is famous for its Patar white beach, Bolinao waterfalls, and delicious seafood! One of the most coveted place to stay at Bolinao is the Santorini inspired vacation villas – Sundowners!

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Bird Watching at Olango Wildlife Sanctuary

Cebu proves that its beauty is not limited to underwater allure. Olango Wildlife Sanctuary supports the largest concentration of migratory birds found in the Philippines! The sanctuary is where an estimated 40,000 birds refuel before flying to Japan, China, and other neighboring countries.

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