to travel or not to travel

Traveling can definitely provide a high. Achingly beautiful landscape enthralls and as my flight takes off from New Chitose airport, a train of thoughts moves to the next time. For my fifth trip to Japan, should I go to Kitakyushu? Or Sensuijima? Or

But then another train of thoughts interjects. Is this real? Or another thing I do so that I can pretend to understand reality without really understanding it

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sapporo

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Whereas for kyoto I had a very specific list, sapporo was more of a random walk

Obviously sushi and soft serve. Obviously the covered shopping street and moerenuma park

But I didn’t intend to go to the sapporo museum and only jumped on the sapporo smile bus because it was the first bus to pass by moerenuma park. At sapporo museum, indulged in melon beer and grilled mutton

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What I found most appealing might be the underground walk way. Great art + design taking people to great places

p.s. still got 13 folders of unsorted pictures

bolzano: 99
cotopaxi: 99
gros morne: 71
hamilton ontario: 33

koyasan: 31
kumano: 48
kyoto: 72 (just uploaded above)
london: 59

quilatoa: 35
quito: 85
shiretoko: 67
twillingate: 99
venice: 35

spirit (COUNT=1826)

i++ minimalist home bar

i++ team drinks @ the princess

i++ team drinks @ elbow beach

i++ sky high negroni: Seth Weinberg of Bourbon Steak Nashville loves a classic Italian Negroni, but “It requires some pre-planning; buy a few small screw-top vial bottles that can be found on Amazon.” Then, add equal parts (usually 1oz will do the trick) Campari, Gin, and Sweet Vermouth. We do note that drinking your own liquor on flights is not allowed, so proceed with caution

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