Visited 4 cities: Osaka, Kobe, Kyoto, and Tokyo on April 09 – 16, 2017.
We started browsing for our Japan trip as early as 4 months prior to our travel period. It was more of just bookmarking websites and clipping articles and blogs through OneNote. Then, it took us several weeks of serious researching to finally come up with the itinerary as detailed as below. You might think that it’s kinda overkill, but trust us it will be a great help especially if you’re in a country where people speak very little to no English at all. While quite a handful that we asked somehow understood us, we on the other hand, had a hard time understanding them. So even though they’re very much willing to help especially when giving directions, the language becomes a barrier, hence getting lost will certainly take up a portion of your time.
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We found out about this place while searching for best-value buffet restaurants. Eager to know if it’s worthy of its good reviews online, we decided to try it right away. Guevarra’s is a restaurant owned by Chef Laudico who became known for his participation in the TV show – MasterChef Pinoy Edition.
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Alright, we have a long queue of food and restaurants to write about. But this one can’t wait anymore, and we’re excited to share it with you. If you’re quite a follower of our food reviews, we try as much as possible to visit the restaurant at least twice before making a review. So just last month we were able to dine again at Haru Sushi Bar to fix our Japanese cravings. Here is a combined review of our 2 visits.
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We’ve compiled a list of restaurants based on our own research and suggestions from friends. But we hadn’t finalized it yet until we arrived in Coron as we wanted to include suggestions from the locals there.
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There’s so much to see in Coron. It has beautiful white sand beaches, lagoons, lakes, and a vibrant, diverse marine life. If you love diving and snorkeling or just being under the water, this must be heaven for you.
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Looking for a place to stay in Coron during off-peak season is easy, you can actually just walk-in to the hotels located in the town proper. Upon arrival at the airport, a number of people offering van transfer service would welcome you and most of them would recommend their hotel partners. In our case, since it was our first time in Coron we booked a room via Agoda a few months prior to our trip to be sure that we will have a nice place to stay. As much as possible we wanted a hassle-free and relaxed vacation.
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This is your best bet if you’re looking for some fusion of Filipino-Asian dishes in Tomas Morato area, another gem we found along Limbaga Street.
Continue reading “Cerchio Grill and Lounge”