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  • Weird and wonderfully unique: Osaka, Japan

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    Osaka was my first stop in Japan and it was a perfect welcoming. My first night was spent in a capsule hotel, totally weird and wonderfully unique. Just like the rest of the city which surprised me at every corner. My visit was packed with crazy adventures including a trip to the local food market where I was met by the kindness of others.

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  • My Japan Bucket List

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    While stranded in Bali’s international airport due to volcanic ash, I thought it would be nice to share with you my Japan bucket list to give you an insight into this incredible country. Also find out how I spent my last, very eventful day in South East Asia!