Our first class flights worth $35,000 to Japan have been rebooked to 2021, and we saved over $400. I didn’t pay anything close to $35K – all thanks to miles and points. Here’s how we did it.
Find out the Top 17 questions that I always get asked related to how we get to travel the world for nearly free.
Visiting Japan was definitely a worthwhile experience with lots of lessons-learned – my takeaways. Included here are the things we miss most.
Oh, Japan! Why do you have to be so efficient? Here are two tales of two lost items! One of them is a major travel document – a passport!
Kyoto explored from Nishiki Market, Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, to fluffy pancakes at Cafe Fleur.
A visit to Kyoto is not complete without visiting historical Ninenzaka.
If I had a Japan bucket list, then it was about visiting Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto. We got to walk through a path, a tunnel-like experience through the Torii Gate.
A late afternoon spent in Nara was well worth it. A perfect time for a stroll, watch the deers, and enjoy the sunset with the family.
An AirBNB in Kyoto for 19 guests? Sure, why not! This is where we stayed for 3 nights. It was perfect for our big group!