Here is the next part of my Balkan trip. Today I went to the the Mogren Fortress. Back when it was built more than 150 years ago, it was used for the Austro-Hungarians to defend the western borders of Budva. The fortress is walkable from Budva old town but most of the people drive there.
Continue reading 「Joy’s Balkan Diary」Vitamin Sea overload! （photos+video)
After a busy day, I decided to relax a bit today. My day started with a breathtaking view from the balcony of the airbnb where I’m staying. Budva old town is featured with red brick rooftops, together with the endless blue color of the Adriatic coastline.
Continue reading 「Joy’s Balkan Diary」Beautiful Adriatic Coast
Greetings from the sunny Balkan Peninsula! Today I got up early to catch my flight to Podgorica from Charleroi Airport. They call it Brussels South, but it’s definitely not Brussels any more, the shuttle bus from Brussels midi station to the airport took about one hour.
When I landed in Podgorica, it was so sunny and not as cold as Belgium. I feel I haven’t had a proper sunny day for a while. Well it is not that hot but warm enough to just wear a trench coat, instead of the winter clothes.
Continue reading 「Joy’s Balkan Diary」Arrival in sunny Budva
Shōchū is a strong Japanese distilled spirit. When I visited Kyushu, I heard that there’s a famous shōchū storehouse called Sengetsu in the city of Hitoyoshi.
SENGETSU SHUZO company was founded in 1903 with the original name MINENOTSUYU SHUZO. In 2003, to celebrate its 100th year in business, the name changed to SENGETSU SHUZO.
Continue reading Shōchū Tasting at Japan’s Shōchū Award Winning factory – SENGETSU SHUZO 繊月酒造