In Jinbocho, Tokyo, you’ll find cramped used bookstores that sell 17th century text about Samurai culture, taboo novels in which the narrator is the devil, or classic 80s movie posters with Japanese text.
The worst part about solo travel is that you learn to love it. After you’ve grown used to the freedom and solidarity, the next time your friends bring up the idea of a group adventure, a part of you will be tempted to turn it down.
This is one of the most well-preserved district in Kyoto. Fully dressed Geishas wander the streets and are very interesting and beautiful to behold but, please, don’t make them uncomfortable my shoving your camera in their face.
The story centers around the main character, John Matherson’s, experience during the attack. Quicker than a lightening strike, John’s phone call is cut short by the explosion of a nuclear war head over central United States.
With all these wildfires picking up in California, more and more high-Category hurricanes in Florida and the Bahamas, and the reoccurring heatwave in Arizona, it couldn’t hurt to be prepared for an emergency.