Ibiza

We took an overnight ferry from Barcelona to Ibiza. Our ferry was scheduled to arrive at six in the morning but luckily it got delayed for more than two hours, which gave us less time to kill before we checked in. We didn’t sleep much on the ferry so the first order of the day … More Ibiza

Barcelona

We left Calle a Ansobell very early in the morning to make it to the airport on time. There was a lot of mist on the drive back, felt like we were driving in a cloud. It was beautiful. We managed to pull off the surprise… she really didn’t see it coming :-). We had a … More Barcelona

Hvar

We wanted to go to Vis but due to the weird ferry schedule between Vis-Split-Hvar we settled on Hvar. We were also a bit tired of moving around and needed a base for a few days. We had no expectations about Hvar, everything we had read about it made it sound like some big party … More Hvar

Split

We did the typical tourist route. Started in Dubrovnik and headed to Split. Truth is we wanted to head more north but we only had two weeks in Croatia and didn’t want to be hopping around too much. Split felt much smaller than Dubrovnik. We walked around the old town, which also had a lot … More Split

Greece

Our Greek experience started in Athens. After pristine Tokyo, we were disappointed by the state the city was in… the hard times are definitely evident. We found a cozy apartment a short bus ride from the city centre. Our host was great; she gave us tips on things to do, where to eat with the … More Greece

Tokyo Round Two

After spending a few days in Kyoto, we were back to the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. We went to Harajuku to see the interesting people but found that going in the evening wasn’t the best idea. We found a really cool restaurant which is all about avo. We spent some time at the Imperial … More Tokyo Round Two

Kyoto & Hiroshima

We took the bullet train to Kyoto from Tokyo. The ride was quick and the tickets expensive, but the experience well worth it. Kyoto is more laid back and a lot smaller than Tokyo. The people were even more friendly and the food was amazing. We stayed at a hostel across the road from the … More Kyoto & Hiroshima

Tokyo

Arriving in Tokyo was a huge change from the places we had been in South East Asia. Firstly, it was a big city with a massive airport and throngs of people. Secondly, the transportation from the airport alone was very comfortable, like we were travelling in the lap of luxury. Last but not least, this … More Tokyo