Travel Q&A with Dale!

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Travel Q&A with Dale!

What was your favourite destination out of the places you have travelled?

It's very hard to pick one destination over another, but I would have to say Japan.

Why was this your favourite destination?

Japan is my favourite destination for an array of reasons. The culture, the food, the incredible places to visit all over the country and I could go on! The Japanese people are very polite and always willing to help out if they can. I absolutely loved visiting the incredible temples in Kyoto & Tokyo, seeing Mt. Fuji, exploring the neighbourhoods of Osaka, the bowing deer of Nara & seeing some of the history of Hiroshima.

What was your favourite part of the trip?

My favourite part of the trip would have to be that I got the chance to explore Japan with my girlfriend. It was the first time visiting a country in Asia for both of us which made it even more memorable! I had been wanting to visit Japan since I was about 5 years old when I first saw the pictures of Tokyo Tower lit up in the night surrounded by the city. I would also have to say that Japan being incredibly photogenic was another big part of the trip for me as I love photography!

What was the best attraction/place visited while on the trip?

The best attraction I visited on this trip was definitely the Interactive Art Exhibit at TeamLab Borderless in Tokyo. The rooms in the exhibit were incredible to see, especially the mirrored room with the lanterns. Even though this was a busy attraction, it did not take away from the experience at all. I highly recommend going to this exhibit in Tokyo as it is truly unique. My words do not begin to describe how amazing this exhibit is, therefore you should go take a look at it on instagram (@teamlab_borderless).

Why do you believe clients should visit this destination?

This is a can't miss destination for travelers of all ages! Japan is incredibly safe, clean, modern and a place that is easy to explore. It has something for absolutely every type of traveler.