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I’m Here to Show You the World through My Eyes!

“Looking Out to the World in Order to Look In”

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I’m Taylor and many people consider me to be a brown-eyed flower child. I got this name because I have big brown eyes and a passion for traveling mindfully – meaning I love to travel with a purpose. Whether I am traveling to get out of my comfort zone and find myself, to gain better insight on the world, to help someone or participate in an event or retreat, each travel journey is special and means something different to me.

I created this space as way to show the world through my eyes. On my blog, you will find my own personal travel diary and inspiring stories, city guides, tips and advice, checklists, listicles, event summaries and the list goes on. Click here to read the Brown Eyed Flower Child blog.

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My Latest Posts

Top 10 Things to do in Osaka, Japan

Blog Tour: Traveling Back to the Future in Japan After spending a relaxing and peaceful day at Rengejoin Temple in Mount Kōya, we were ready to spend our last few days in the second liveliest city in Japan – Osaka! The drive from Mount Kōya to Osaka was around two hours and we did hit […]

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Staying in a Buddhist Temple in Mount Kōya, Japan (What to Expect)

Blog Tour: Traveling Back to the Future in Japan Welcome back everyone! After an amazing day spent playing with friendly Japanese deer and visiting beautiful sacred sites in Nara, we made our way to Mount Kōya – a Buddhist temple settlement located in the mountains of Wakayama Prefecture. Mount Kōya is located two hours south of […]

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A Visitor’s Guide to Nara, Japan

Blog Tour: Traveling Back to the Future in Japan After an amazing two days of living it up in beautiful Kyoto, we traveled to another beautiful area in Japan that features more sacred sites, beautiful nature, traditional Japanese culture and overall peace. As we departed Kyoto early in the morning, we headed straight to Nara […]

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