Author Archives: Mia

New Start in Japan

Anyway, I came back to Japan safely and slowly going to write about the travel!

Desserts in Cuba

Not everyday but almost everyday, I wanted to have sweets in Cuba!  Chocolate shop There is a chocolate museam and a shop in the centre of Old Havana. They sell chocolates in pieces so the local people also can afford it. A piece was from 40 cents as I remember. I often bought one for […]

cuba night life

There was a musical band that we really liked in Old Havana, but unfortunately I don’t know their name because I didn’t ask. We visited the bar to listen to them for a few times while having daiquiri or mojito. It is cooler at night than in day time and safe to walk through out the […]

Old Habana

We liked Old Havana the most among the other touristic places that we visited in Cuba. It’s populated but at the same time the city is full of real music and culture. I told my 22 year-old Cuban friend who lives in the centre of Old Havana that I like the city showing those photos […]

Update about me

It has been a year and ten months since I started this around-the-world trip.  I was 27 year-old when I quit my job to begin the trip.  My mother asked me when I am thinking to become a mother, then I relpied to her proudly that I “plan” to finish the travel at the age […]

Sharing miso soup in Venezuela

I met Jhon Michel and Jhon Nickel in the hotel where I am staying in Mérida. Michel is 13 and Nickel is 12 years old. Their mom is just 28 years old. Moms in Venezuela in general tend to be young. When I see around 10 years old kids, their moms happen to be like […]

Food Food Food! Christmas Market in Berlin

I do recommend you to visit the christmas markets if you want to feel warm while you are in Germany. I have read an article on the airplane magazine which I found on the flight from Germany to Cuba. It was about a German woman who successfully runs cake shops in the UK. It says […]