Spring in Japan is Amazing

When my friends ask when is the best season to visit Japan, I would definitely say it’s either Spring or Fall.
Yes, it will be crowded, but even if you visit in summer, it’s crowded anyways, so if you could pick the season, you should definitely pick Spring.

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The Best SA ever in Aichi

Hi!
Looooong time no see!
We’ve been traveling and visiting our family and friends all April, and I don’t own a laptop, so I couldn’t update my blog!
We are back, but we will be moving in 10 days, so I will be MIA for a while again…

Anyways, while we were traveling with kids, we desperately needed a place to let our kids play and release all of their energy.
They get so crunchy when they just sit down in car seats for too long.

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The Result for my experiment

Hi y’All! Sorry I’ve abandoned my blog for a while…
I’m currently staying at my parents’ house with kids, and they have ANCIENT…I mean really ancient laptop…and it takes literally forever to load a site. So I cannot even edit my picture 🙁 So frustrating!
My hubby is staying at our new home now and we’ve received our air freight so far but it’s not anywhere near livable with toddler and baby yet.

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My Plan for International Flight with Toddler and Baby

This weekend, we will be getting on the flight to Japan!

Usually, we take flight from Chicago O’Hare to Narita, Japan which takes about 13 hours.

This time, we are trying new route.

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Family Trip 2016 – (Montreal, QC)

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After a day at Ottawa, we headed to Montreal.
From Ottawa to Montreal it’s only 2 hours drive.
But in Montreal, their main language is French.  All the road sign changed from English/French to French only.
When I visited Canada before, I really didn’t feel like we were in the another country (sorry!) But this time, I definitely felt like we were in a foreign country.
You don’t speak French? Don’t worry.  All of them I met during the trip was bilingual and spoke English without any problem.

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