Hello again strangers!
I can’t believe it’s been over a month since I last updated my little slice of internet pie! As you can see from the title of this post, I’m rather behind on blogging…
(Just in case you’re interested: I headed back to the UK for a month to see my friends and family, after quitting my job mid-May, as I hadn’t been back since arriving in HK 2 and a half years ago! As most of my friends live all over the country, I was gallivanting all over the place. When I returned to HK, I was busy job-searching and started my new job a week or so later).
More importantly, I’ve finally found a spare moment to tell you about what we got up to in April!
Most of these Instagram snaps were taken on our epic trip to Japan 😀
1-2 Ready to board at the airport!
2 – Enjoying a late night helping of fried chicken on Dotonbori Street in Namba
3 – Lookin’ super stylish in Claires Accessories
Highlights from our day in Dotonbori, Shinsekai, Tsutenkaku Tower, Tennoji Zoo and Shinsaibashi!
The most incredible food at the Kuromon Market in Nipponbashi and being Sailormoon 😉 Strolling around the picturesque Shinjuku Gyoen Park and wandering over to the Watari Museum of Art.
1 – Trying to decide which postcards to buy at the museum’s gift shop
2 – Ry adored Akihabara and he bought loads of figurines! If you fancy finding out what he bought, he did a cheeky little haul video that I’ll pop below.
3 – Bright lights on Dotonbori Street
4 – Eating ramen, stood up.
1 – One of my favourite photos from our trip!
2 – Epic samurai statue in Tokyo
3 – Japanese arcades have the most hilarious photo booths. These were taken on Ry’s birthday!
4 – It’s still pretty cold in Japan in April. Visiting the Pokemon Centre and the Sunshine Aquarium, based on top of a shopping mall. It’s awesome!
1 –TAKOYAKI BALLS! These were our favourites as they had egg mayo on the top 😀
2 – The beautiful Meiji Shrines
3 – Giant Gundam!
4 – Strolling through Yoyogi Park
5 – Hey there, Colonel!
6 – Sushi for dinner. (That guy next to Ry was so drunk, haha!)
A mini picnic on the rooftop of the IFC and some adorable stickers we picked up in Japan! ^.^
Hope you’ve enjoyed this and I’m going to start working on our Kyoto blog post very soon!