It seems that I have to go on an internet-diet again.This time in Auckland, where I arrived two days ago. There doesn’t seem to be any free internet, not even in hostels (why???!). So this means going without the internet again, or at least without internet in my hostel, as I have found a spot with free WiFi, just about 2.5 kilometres away. Continue reading
This is a post I wrote while sitting in Guangzhou, where I changed flights to my new destination – Auckland in New Zealand. Beware of “best-of” pictures under the cut
I know there are a lot of people who don’t like criticism about Japan. I have a kind of hate-love relationship with this place, and I also think that there is no country in this world that is perfect, not even Japan, so I share my criticism openly.
Since this is based on the experiences I made in the past year, you are invited to leave a comment below to share your own experience about Japan.
These are a few things I learned from becoming a minimalist and pursuing a minimalist lifestyle which I would like to share with you. Continue reading
Today I went to see the red tori in Kyoto. Continue reading
Yesterday I went to Osaka. Besides eating the typical Osaka food, there was nothing special that I wanted to do, so I did that and then walked around a little bit and went back home. Continue reading
Why isn’t there “enough” stuff? Why can’t we be satisfied with what we have, why do we always have to have more and always have the need to buy better stuff? Why do we fill our lives with expensive status object? Why do we work in a job we hate to buy things with money we don’t have to please people we don’t like?
Today I had a lot of fun feeding the deer in Nara. Continue reading