Hello. Long time no see. It seems like we need a change in how we read our blog title: life of (an) atypical couple. Allow me to explain; Claire and I, well, we are 2x homebodies. We love LOVE to stay at home. This post-Covid era gave us even more reasons to stay at home. … Continue reading [S-Series] First Trip Since Covid: Melbourne Winter 2022 Pt.1
Hi guys, Living in Singapore, our tropical climate island country, our seasons are either 'hot and humid' or 'hot and wet'. When there is no rain, the relentless sun beating down on our heads and sweat drenched armpits are seen everywhere. When there is rain, the temperatures cools down slightly, but its still hot, so … Continue reading [S-series] Why you should visit Japan during Autumn.
Hi Guys, I recently wrote about the first day of our 2017 Japanese autumn trip here. DAY 2 Here it goes, start of day 2. I hope you guys are ready for this photojournal style post because its full of photos. I apologize for killing your mobile's data plan. We started the day walking to … Continue reading [S-series] Autumn in Osaka-Kyoto-Nara, Japan – Day 2 Mount Koya, Okunoin, Kongobuji and Toki Sushi!
Read the other posts here: [S-series] 5D4N Tokyo (Spring!) Part 1: Hunting for Sakura! [S-series] 5D4N Tokyo (Spring!) Pt.2: Risking Hay Fever at Ueno Park, Imperial Palace East Garden, Chidorigafuchi and Meguro River! [S-series] 5D4N Tokyo (Spring!) Pt.3: Tokyo DisneySEA day! [S-series] 5D4N Tokyo (Spring!) Pt.4: Let’s go to Takaosan (Mount Takao) Hi Guys Day … Continue reading [S-series] 5D4N Tokyo (Spring!) Pt.5: Chidorigafuchi, Yasukuni Shrine Grounds, Shibakoen, Tokyo Tower, food and more!
Hi Guys Welcome to the forth installation of the 'Autumn in Osaka-Kyoto-Nara' series. We woke up in the break of dawn. But during this time of the year in Japan, sunrises at 5am. So.. even though we woke up at 6.00am, the sun is already shining on our tummies through our ryokan's tiny window. After … Continue reading [S-series] Autumn in Osaka-Kyoto-Nara, Japan Day 4 Pt 1: Fushimi-Inari Taisha and Climbing Mt Inari