Suzanne Bhagan is a Trinidadian-born travel writer whose work has been featured on Matador Network, GoAbroad, Savvy Tokyo and more. After her first round-the-world trip with uni friends in 2004, she was hooked. Now, she's more concerned about meaningful travel and connecting with people across borders and cultures.
She's also a bit of a language buff and can speak enough Spanish, French and Japanese to get by.
Where she's been: Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Macau, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, India, Fiji, USA, Canada, UK, Norway, Austria, Egypt, Jordan, Barbados, St Vincent and the Grenadines (and still daydreaming of more places to go!)
Though most known for its tragic past, today, Hiroshima is one of Japan’s most vibrant cities. With a poignant memorial, a famous, floating torii gate, and an adorable rabbit island, it’s well worth a trip to the southwestern end of Honshu.