Tokyo, with its 38 million inhabitants one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. And because a city of this size doesn’t just not fit into a single article, but looks much different by Day than it does by Night, today it’s Tokyo by Night 🙂
In 522 goddess Benzaiten emerged the island of Enoshima from the sea and chased a dragon away. We don’t know if that’s true, but Enoshima is a top spot for tourists and nature lovers today 🙂
After the last two long-distance bus rides I was not too interested in covering the last leg of my trip through South Korea by bus again. So I took the train from Gyeongju to Busan. Wait, Train to Busan? I hope it also works without all the Zombies… 😉
Gyeongju was the capital of the Korean Peninsula for several hundred years. It is a small city, but very popular among Koreans due to its historical significance.
Andong is a town for South Korean standards. Why did I go to a town? To experience traditional Korean culture 🙂
Seoul – that doesn’t just mean Gangnam Style, shopping and neon lights, but also racoons and temples 😉
If you effectively just have two days for a trip to Beijing and its surroundings, the plan pretty much makes itself. One day goes to Tianamen Square, the Forbidden City and the neighboring areas, and the other one to the Chinese Wall (萬里長城).
The first ten days of my mini trip around the world have passed, and it’s time to post something again 🙂 My first stop to was Beijing, the capital of China, and in this post you can read what has happened while I was there.
Many people think that there are no white spaces on maps anymore. Tourists in the Himalayas seem to bump into each other at the top of Mount Everest and have
After so much military stuff and underground sights I’ll write about some of the overground sights in this last article about Moscow. I’ve heard there are some nice ones 😉