Through all my journeys, my interaction with people remained largely anonymous. Now that I think of it, it was probably one of the best things that happened – the mutual trust between two strangers when all we knew about each other were interesting stories from other’s life.
As expected of me, I had not planned anything for the day, no maps, no places-to-visit list – not even a “customary” water bottle. I need to learn how to act like a traveler!!Read more "Nihon Diaries – Chapter 1 (Part I)"
For a lazy soul as I am, waking up before 9:00 features on the top of my Things-Not-To-Do-Before-I-Turn-40 list. But that was just the beginning of a transformative journey, getting used to witness the dawn much before the rest of the world does.
However, to my surprise, the barren Japanese winters exposed to me some of the most wonderful experiences – some which the “traditional” tourists may never encounter during peak seasons.