I am not so great about taking the time to sit down and type a blog post. With balancing working a graveyard shift and trying to go out and meet new people and experience different things, I haven’t much time to sit and just let words flow from my brain to my fingertips. I also… Read More UPDATES!
First off, I want to welcome and thank my new blog followers! It’s nice to share my story with friends and family, but it’s also exciting to share it with new people. And until I am final up-to-date with my blogs and my current time, I will try to write some sort of disclaimer about… Read More Celebrating Golden Week (part 1)
During spring break, my friends and I decided to venture to the heat and spend about 11 days in Thailand. One week prior to our departure, 2 friends came to Kanayama for a week’s visit–we hiked Mt. Mitsumine, ate lovely dinners with 2 different families, had a traditional green tea (まっちゃ）ceremony, visited the megaliths, and… Read More Spring Break in Thailand
I definitely am no world class traveler, although I definitely would like to be someday (sooner rather than later). One amazing thing about living in a new country, especially one in Asia, is that there are so many places to visit. Not only are there hundreds of things to see within Japan, but there are… Read More Traveling Tips NEEDED
As you know (or you will find out VERY soon), I am living in Kanayama, Gero, Gifu, Japan. I work as an Assistant Language Teacher, helping with English lessons. I am not affiliated with the JET program, but rather with my hometown’s sister-cities exchange. It actually has been going on longer than JET and just… Read More So Different, Yet So Similar
Hi, everyone! This blog site will be dedicated to all my travels. I am primarily starting this blog to keep in touch with family members and friends while I spend a year in Japan, but it will also serve as a way for me to document any future travels, both internationally and locally within the… Read More Abigail’s Traveling Blog