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This happened : )

• H O M E • After 7 years I finally have the opportunity to go back to my home country. It will be an emotional, fun and exciting trip! I cannot wait to retrace my childhood & explore new places.
Back to the country that thought me to always be grateful, humble and love. 🏡

Hope you are all having a great time! Never forget where you came from. There are always hidden treasures back there.



-Briane R

2015 Holiday Trip : Japan!

(19/12/15 – 26/12/15)

Last year I went to Korea (link:  Korea)  for a week and then Japan!!

My friends, Japan was ammmmmaaazeeballllsssssssssssss!!! A country that I can always go back and never get tired of. The food, the people the vibes were astonishing. Here are some photos from the trip 🙂

Anyway! Here are some photos from the trip 🙂



I didn’t get to snap a lot of photos in Japan which was a mistake :(. We only stayed in Tokyo for the whole week which was way too short!! Hence, why I have to go back soon and go to Osaka, Kyoto and spend more time in Tokyo.

But the week was full on either way, here are some of the things we did

-Shibuya, shopping yo shopping!!! It was as exhilarating as people said, the nightlife was fantastic, and the iconic Shibuya Crossing was something to experience

-Tokyo tower went during Christmas, and so the line was crazy, but something to do in Tokyo. There is just something about seeing the whole city from above.

-Food Food Food, oh my. Ramen, Sushi, Okonomiyaki, Seafood EVERYTHING. Nuff said :3

-A day hike at Kamakura!

-Met some old friends, caught up and met a lot of humble and lovely people!!! This is probably one of the best things about travelling, meeting new people and indulging yourself into the culture.

-Went to a lot of different suburbs ( Shinjuku, Harajuku, Odaiba, Shibuya, Asakusa and more). Each one has their specialty, their own splash of uniqueness. Which make every suburb you go to a whole different experience.

-We went to a public sauna haha!! Probably one of the memories I will never forget hahahahahahah!!!!!

-Shrines! We visited so many shrines and temples, each served a different purpose and meaning. Which was really interesting and something unique to experience.

-Roppongi 😉

That’s all for now, I cannot wait to visit Japan again, I am hoping to go back next year during the cherry blossom season. This beautiful country is a place that you should go to at least once in your life.

Arigatou Gozaimasu Japan you were wonderful ❤


-Briane R

P.S I hope you are all doing well and always exploring. Life is busy, but remember always to have time for yourself to declutter and breath, it helps a lot. Have a great week everyone!!
Feel free to leave any comments, feedbacks or suggestions :).

Don’t hesitate to point out what you don’t like or areas you reckon I can improve. Thanks a lot ❤

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Quote 14- Explore


“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – H. Jackson Brown Jr.

I cannot wait to explore and find new places this year. This itch to explore and travel is just driving me crazy!!

I hope you are all doing well, we are already have way of the month ( where time go D:).  Stay focus and keep pursuing, I am personally looking at all the options I have in life right now. Everything seems to be just everywhere right now, but I will keep searching.

Have a great weekend everyone and happy exploring!

  • Briane R


2015 Holiday Trip : Korea!

(12/12/15- 19/12/15)

So last December I went to Korea with three of my other mates. It was a joyful experience filled with memories!! We could’ve done a lot more but we learnt a lot during the trip, about each other and about Korea.  Definitely going back maybe in 3 or 4 years? Anyway here are some snaps of the trip. 🙂


I hope you are all doing well!   I highly recommend Korea for food and night life ( Bars and Club).  That atmosphere is amazing during night time and the drinking culture in Korea is something unique to experience . And man soju is $1.50 here and you can get it from convenient store (like 7 11) crazyy right?!! Oh, if you do go to KBBQ,  GET PORK BELLY JUST DO PORK BELLY YO! PORK BELLY ALL THE WAY.


Anyway thats all about my trip in Korea.

Hope ya’ll having a good week and exploring.

-Briane R