Reflecting on the millennial viruses

Reflecting on millennial viruses. Social media has been linked to loneliness, envy, anxiety, depression, narcissism and decreased social skills. But isn't this result contrary to what we portray? The narratives we share on social media are all positive and celebratory. Then what causes this paradox? 'Highlight reels' "Sometimes it appears everyone you know are in [...]

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Beautiful Souls of The Hell Valley

Japan is blessed with distinct four seasons. Every season is a perfect symphony of nature's Vivaldi. Listening to the winter I traveled to the prefecture of Nagano. Nagano is blessed with gorgeous mountains; beautiful apples and lots of other fruits. I have been to Nagano before but never in winters. Visiting during summer was whole [...]

Tokyo one day hikes- 3 Mt Mito

Hiking in Japan during summer or rain has it's own advantages. Lush green forests and lesses layers of clothes. The waterfalls are simply beautiful. Sawanobori or the stream climbing is popular sport in Japan. Sawa stands for stream; noboru is to climb. This hike was done in mid July. July is muggy and not so [...]

Just around the corner

After three months of break from blogging starting with an interesting hike I recently did. Sometimes path is so close but you are too engrossed in your own thoughts and fears to notice it... Apart from hiking I have been experiencing this in many situations these days. Finding the path which will safely lead you [...]

Tokyo One Day Escapes 1 – Hyakuhiro Waterfall

Tokyo- World's most populated city.. Japan's busy capital is a mixture of the ultramodern and the traditional. The lively city offers a lot. From Korean town in Shin-Okubo to the traditional Japanese Shrine such as Meiji Jingu. I have been living here since two years and there is still lot to explore. Since I am [...]