Blog Series Recap for November 2015!
It’s been an adventurous month since I’ve been to new cities here in Japan and I have a lot of things to share with everybody – from traveling, photography and even art journals/doodling.
Here are the links to my November 2015 #BlogSeries. ❤️
- Grateful Sunday presents my thoughts about one of my favorite verses John 1:16.
- Manic Monday includes some of my throwback stories about Christmas.
- Top 10 Tuesday presents the top 10 awesome things I did in Osaka featuring my first travel art journal.
- Crafty Wednesday presents my first scrapbook I did for my god children.
- Thoughtful Thursday is all about compilation of travel inspired movies.
- Thank God It’s Friday presents my happiness whenever I meet Filipino on a foreign land.
- Bibliophilic Saturday presents my thoughts and review about Eleanor & Park.
Feel free to click on the links and read my stories. 🙂
Lately, I’m also loving the idea of traveling and doodling places and food on my journal/planner. It’s a creative way of preserving a memory in the most traditional way, that requires a notebook and a pen. I don’t have the best talent on it, but I don’t want to miss the chance of TRYING. You can also give it a try and you might enjoy and learn in the process.
I also shared my stories, tips and guides in exploring Osaka & Kyoto on a budget friendly manner while enjoying the cities. (Food Trip included!) If you want to feel the real vibe and see traditional Japan, these two cities are the perfect place to start your tour.
- The Wanderess: Solo Backpacking in Osaka
- The Wanderess: One Day in Kyoto, The Home of Traditional Japan
Last month, I also wrote about climbing Mount Pico de Loro in Nasugbu, Batangas and earlier of this month, I shared my experiences in climbing Mount Maculot for three consecutive years (from 2013 – 2014 -2015).
I am still updating my story about Mount Haruna, my second mountain in Japan! I will update this post as necessary.
For now, take a glimpse of Haruna-san.
November has been sweet and refreshing for me, from traveling to trying new hobby is pretty exciting! It’s like a breath of fresh air from studying Japanese writing. I can’t wait for December and its lovely surprises!
I’ll see you next year Philippines, I will work hard to meet you again. ♥️ ✈️ 👣
As always, Thank you for reading!