Mt. Fuji in the early morning. After spending a night in Kawaguchiko, Nicole and I took the rest of the day very slowly. We ended up hanging around town for a bit of the morning before heading back to Tokyo. On the way back we stopped by Mt. Takao to check out the Autumn Leaves Festival. We took a little ski lift through the leaves and up the mountain and admired the changing colors. After that, we headed back to Tokyo for the evening and had two back to back dinners at standing sushi (the best sushi I’ve ever had in my life) then Nakiryu for some Michelin star ramen. We didn’t even reach $20 each for both meals combined. Sometimes it’s the unplanned vacation days that can be the most memorable.
Sonríe 😁 definitivamente sonriendo más esta vez en La Paz. Went from avoiding leaving the hostel at all costs 3 years ago to wandering aimlessly and finding incredible gems like the neighborhood of Chualluma. This community has been bathed in color and is one of the most impressive cultural and artistic revitalizations of a neighborhood I’ve ever seen, a la Comuna 13 en Medellin or Maboneng in Joburg. I was the only foreigner roaming these streets for the few hours I was there so come through to Bolivia and beat the crowds y’all 🇧🇴
Came across this pond while walking in the compound of Nikko Toshogu Shrine. Leaves have started to wither but the colorful scene caught my eyes nonetheless. Used my iPhone to capture this via long exposure. For a phone camera, I think it did the view justice.
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If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.