(2 of 11) 🍃✨ I walked aimlessly. The king saw me and asked how I entered the main royal palace. He was not pleased when I answered, "I walked through the open door." So dumb, this king. But as a commoner, I let him talk more because it might put my life on the line; I don't want that. I forgot what he was talking about. I was too distracted by his mustache and beard. The royal advisor appeared and talked to him so I got the chance to leave!
I wanna be the very best like no one ever was.
Dotonbori is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Osaka. I still don’t know why. But, I think I know the feeling it gives. This place is very lively with all the lights, shops, and people. Continue reading
If you could only have one day to go to Osaka, Japan, I would recommend you to see Osaka Castle! (But why would you only go there for one day? I wouldn’t judge). It is the must-see destination in Osaka.
Osaka Castle is a symbol of Osaka, which has been handed down through the dramas in history to the present day. It is widely known as an emblem of the power and fortune of Hideyoshi Toyotomi. Continue reading
Up in the clouds
On the 16th of December 2016, I went to Japan with my sister Patrice and my mother. It was a sudden plan, and I caused it.
I have been longing to go there since I was a teenager. I was a weeabo–there I admit it! I LOVE everything related to Japan. I self-study Hiragana & Katakana (I’m still working on my Kanji). I was so obsessed with animes, mangas, Jpop, Japanese dramas, Japanese foods, and the Japanese culture. I even went to anime convention (when it was still underground). Notice the past tense? I am not that into it anymore, but there is still a part of me that continues the fondness of it. My fangirl level on the scale of 1-10 was 11 back then; now it’s like 7.
For one page, I wrecked at Vietnam and the Philippines.