Japan is famous for its themed cafés, and a maid café is just one of them. We visited a Maidreamin’ café in Akihabara and had an interesting experience.
Life is the default category for my blog posts. It usually contains anything to do with my general life, or life at the moment. Recounts of stories from years gone by would appear in Stories.
We couldn’t miss going to Harajuku and experiencing the craziness that is the Kawaii Monster Café, but research shows that Harajuku isn’t quite the same as it was in years gone by, and the appearance of the stylish kids of Harajuku has diminished.
We stayed in Shinjuku while we were in Tokyo for our honeymoon in November. It was a great central area, and I’ve decided to write about certain areas and destinations rather than follow a traditional day-by-day recount.
Goth. Girly. Nerd. Hippie. Gypsy. Punk. Labels. Stereotypes. Judgement. Women have got to stop being judged by what they wear. Stop making assumptions about women.
Undeniably the shortest month of the year, February had a few little highlights in it for me, including rock climbing a really challenging climb!
I got a biopsy today, stopped by a cafe, and I write about what else is happening right about now. P.S. Do you miss me writing about just me?
I owe you another post on our honeymoon in Japan! This one about our one night stay in Hakone comes three months after the fact. 😜 Still very much worth it, I promise!
After such a long time not doing a review of each month, oh yes I am back! January was great 🤘
After reading an article I was encouraged to write some values and motivations to assist in personal growth. It was interesting to see that they really reflect the person I am.
When people think of Japan, they think of Tokyo. Crazy nightlife and some wacky mixes of the modern with the traditional. The last thing they think of is a rural city in the “middle of nowhere”, with fresh water and magical views. Gujo was exactly that.