For spontaneity, nothing beats RV travel. It gives you the freedom to turn off the road to soak under a cascading waterfall, to picnic in front of a mesmerizing sunset, to relax with family or newfound friends, or do whatever else your heart desires.
I’ve been living in Japan for a quarter of a century, taking delight in this most rewarding of countries. It may appear mysterious or exotic to an outsider. But once you know how to navigate the country and its ways, you’ll find yourself falling for it.
Picture yourself comfortably cruising through rolling fields of green tea bushes, discovering exotic, weather-worn wooden temples, walking amid Japanese World Heritage sites, and falling asleep at night after a long soak in a natural hot spring. I’ve done it, so can you...
In Thailand, Korea, Japan, and the United Arab Emirates, and in numerous countries where I have attended teaching conferences, I've gotten to know some of the most amazing people.