Umagase & Cape Hyuga, Kyushu

Living for Experiences in 2018

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As we welcome 2019, it is time to reflect on what we have done and accomplished in the past year. Special thanks to each of you for making 2018 an enjoyable year at Living for Experiences.

It has been more than two years since I started blogging. In 2018, I wrote 135 posts to Living for Experiences. Most of my post are pictures and quotes and spent little time interacting with fella bloggers. My work was demanding that I neglected to blog.

My Favourite Posts in 2018

My First Trip to Kyushu 九州  This trip was made in early autumn in 2017 to celebrate my birthday. It was my first road trip and many other first experiences like visiting volcano island, Sakurajima, and being showered by volcanic ashes.

Nagasaki 長崎県 – City of Peace When one mentions Nagasaki, the first thing that comes to mind is Nagasaki is the city that suffered the second atomic bomb which ended War World II. Ended the suffering of the nations defeated by Japan and sadly, the suffering of the people in Nagasaki began

Nagasaki Peace Park
Nagasaki Peace Park

Sakurajima 桜島 of Volcano & Sea It was my first time stepping onto a life volcano island and being showered by volcano ashes on my birthday anniversary.

Sakurajima Kagoshima

Umagase & Cape Hyuga – Where Wishes Come True Umagase is a cape that juts out into the Pacific Ocean providing an unobstructed panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean. We chanced upon this place when we took a pit stop and saw the scenic picture on the tourist board. Glad we made our way there.

Umagase & Cape Hyuga
Umagase & Cape Hyuga, Kyushu

Takachiho Gorge 高千穂峡 is a narrow chasm cut through the rock by the Gokase River. The Gorge was formed after an eruption of Mount Aso the lava flowed from Mount Aso and over time eroded to create cliffs of volcanic basalt columns which filled the narrow valley of the Gokase River.

Miyazaki, Kyushu

Sakura Spring in Tokyo A post with few words and lots of photographs. Indeed pictures speak a thousand words.

Spring at Shinjuku Gyoen, Toyko

Overcoming Excessive Consumerism “Wanting less is a better blessing than having more.” – Mary Ellen Edmunds. Let’s buy less, consume less and live a simplistic life.

Basilica de La Sagrada Familia “The temple as a whole, as well being a place for divine worship, will artistically represent the truths of religion and the glorification of God and His Saints.” – Antoni Gaudí. Would love to visit the Church again in 2026 when it is completed.

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

Looking Back on My Travels in 2017 This is my favourite post as it reflects back on my travel which allows me to relive my experience. Stay tune for my post on looking back on my travels in 2018.

Whether you have been reading Living for Experiences for a week, a month, a year or longer, thank you so much for your support. Thank you for reading and being a part of my 2018. And thank you for sharing these posts with others.

In 2019, Living for Experiences will continue to evolve and be redefined. I updated the blog theme to Heart Style with white and blue colour scheme. Will keep blogging, learning and living with intent.

Simplify, Explore & Enjoy the journey!

Wishing you the best in 2019!

Thank you for stopping by and Happy Living for Experiences!

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