Kyoto the Land of Geisha

Kyoto Pontocho Geisha dance and tea ceremony topped off the end of our sixth day Japan with our Hammocks set up behind a centrally located Shrine.

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47 Days of Urban Camping Japan

I was concerned when I first heard about Urban Camping Japan. My mother and I had bought tickets for 7 weeks to Japan. At that point, the worst that could of happened would be for us to be stuck in Tokyo, then as time passed we raised more money and we could travel further afield….

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Hakone Transit

Hakone had been mentioned by one of my colleague’s; with multitudes of transit forms taken, the lucky black eggs, and fabulous views.

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Odaiba and beyond

Trying to visit Tsukiji fish market, successfully visiting the Gundam on Odaiba, vantage of Shibuya crosswalk, and on to Yokohama rounded out day 3 in Japan

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Wilderness of Jackson Hole, WY

Jackson, Wyoming or “Jackson Hole” is best known for its multiple ski/snowboard resorts. It is how I got to know the city in my youth; I was a downhill racer and frequented all 3 of the resorts for competitions. This is not why we had gone back though. Josh and I (Ash) are not skiers…

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Heart of Tokyo: Ueno

Ueno is the historic center of present day Tokyo, containing the imperial palace, Ueno park and zoo, and Tokyo Station. A great place to start exploration.

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Chicken Heads in Tokyo

Our Tokyo experience began by riding the Sky Train from Narita Airport to catch a local train to our Ryokan, and eventually the chicken head restaurant.

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Visit Tacoma, Washington

Many websites don’t really supply helpful information of things to do in Tacoma. The only website I could find for things to do was tripadvisor.com┬ábut that wasn’t all too helpful when I wanted to show my mother why I fell in love with the area. Share

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