A daydream dressed as a nightmare, than be a serpent masquerading as an angel.
So my friend and I braved the world’s busiest crosswalk, the Shibuya crossing.
When in Japan, one shouldn’t miss the iconic scramble. It gives you an instant feel of the busy city life but reminds you to stop and smell the roses, take everything in. Continue reading
Like a moth to a flame,
A boat on rough seas,
Sink or swim
Do or die
Walk in the rain
Shine through the fire.
Like the wind to eagle’s wings,
As the resilient as trees,
Realized I haven’t had a life lately post in a while. Let me catch you up. ☺️ Continue reading
Those who know me would attest that I am not emotionally smart. But they would also know that I have been working (really hard) on it. Continue reading
Last week, we spent the whole Saturday out at Ueno, a 20-minute train ride away from Ikebukuro. We strolled around the place, taking in the tranquility and the welcoming fresh air. Continue reading
We capped off our Golden Week with another day tour, this time around Tokyo. My vision of Japan, Tokyo in particular, has always been filled with busy intersections, crowded trains, and the bustling, fast-paced city life. But wait, the capital has so much more to offer. Continue reading
We had a full day trip today and I can’t wait to tell you all about it. Continue reading