<p class="MsoBodyText" style="margin-top:2.35pt; margin-right:9.65pt; margin-bottom:.0001pt; margin-left:5.0pt"><span style="line-height:115%">I grew up in a small farm town but was bitten by the travel-bug shortly after leaving for undergrad. I have a sweet tooth the size of Texas, and can often be found searching for the best treats life has to offer.</span></p>
Blogs by Payton Letko
My Life In Japan: The End?
Independent Travel In Japan For Females
Nagoya in the Spring: A Guide to Sakura
A small guide on how to enjoy one of the most beautiful weeks in Nagoya: Sakura Season!
What To Expect When Staying At A Traditional Japanese Hotel
When going on IES Abroad excursions and during the Nagoya orientation I stayed at a traditional Japanese hotel, which of course, is unlike staying at any...
A Day In The Life of an International Student in Japan
What's daily life really like when you're living abroad in Nagoya, Japan?
My Heart Belongs To Miyajima
The story of how and why I fell in love with Miyajima.
A Bean-throwing Day To Keep The Demons Away
Sestubun is a widely celebrated event in Japan filled with beans and demons to prepare for the coming of spring! Find out how I spent this day with my host...
Prepare for Take Off: Next Stop, Nagoya!
Welcome to my first blog post! Learn a little more about me, why I chose to study abroad in Japan, and my tips for packing and how I'm dealing with that fear...