I have no words to describe this otherworldly symbiosis of nature, art, and technology. The photos will have to speak for themselves. If you ever have a chance to visit Singapore, this is a must.
This is probably the most famous place in Kyoto, a Shinto shrine surrounded by thousands of orange gates covering an entire hill. It gets pretty crowded near the entrance, but the further you climb up the top, the less people you’re going to meet on the way. Just like in life.
I dreamed about seeing Mt Fuji ever since I remember. We took a detour on our trip to Japan so that I could make my dream come true, and booked a room with mountain view so that I could just sit there and watch it for hours. Unfortunately, between heavy rain and clouds, the mountain […]
If you only have time to see one thing in Tokyo, let yourself get lost in TeamLab Borderless. It’s like exploring an infinite portal maze to other dimensions.
I never thought I’d look this glamorous right after a red eye flight, a long walk while dragging my suitcase around, and a nap in a public park cause I was so exhausted. Husband woke me up bringing gold-coated matcha ice-cream then took this photo. Is this how rich life looks like?
My religion is the same as this mountain’s
Be the glitch you want to see in the Matrix — Jordan Bates
Half of my hair will become wigs for cancer survivors. Here’s the other half.
Today is the last day of my team meetup in Cape Town. Instead of writing a long post today, I’d rather use this chance to spend as much time with my team mates as possible, while I still can. See y’all tomorrow.