Tuesday, September 28, 2010


I slept all day and rested, and Chris told me that I had to get plenty of rest because I had to go out at night time. I was wondering what could go on at midnight in the city, because that's what I got told.

I got a little dressed and headed out with him, I told him it'd be easiest to catch the tram to the city and when we were walking towards the tram station, he was going the other way and I was like...

Where are you going Chris? Tram is this way! And he's like no no no its this way! But I followed him for a bit then he pointed down to the ground and was like HELLO!

And as I looked down at the ground, there next to suitcases and bags, was my best friend Deshna sitting down, shivering in the cold, smiling up at me! She was here, 2000km away from home, to see me :)

I've missed her so much! She's my lover.
Then we all went to get some Chinese food and got crunk for the night, LOL.

Mickey Mouse Chocolate Lollipop

For sure, Chris looks like Gumba


Sleepy Desh

Monday, September 27, 2010

Bye Nippon

It was the last day of my Nippon days, and it ended like the start - with pouring rain. Japan was sad for our arrival and sad for our departure, I guess I grew on the nation haha.

We packed and checked out, then went to Roppongi for lunch with my friend, Masato. At the train station I realised that it was time to take a photo with my lover, Ken Watanabe. MMMMMMMM <3

Masato treated us to some fine dining lunch, and I felt so bad for him treating us all. The meal was delicious and very interesting! It was also my last time with my favourite sushi, chuutoro. Thank you Masato for lunch :)

We hung out around Roppongi for a little bit then returned to the hotel to collect our bags and head to Shibuya station to catch the Narita Airport express! By then my friend was really running low on money so I was paying for everything, but the train tickets drained me and I only had about 10 dollars left.
A Cave asian kitchen?!?!


Last meal in Japan, CHEESE KATSU!

Sigh, we waited to check in for a long long time - and while I was waiting I saw the flight attendants checking in. That 50 yr old seed that was on my plane on the ride to Japan, the one that hit on me and touched me inappropriately?!?!?! HE WAS ON THERE AGAIN. I WAS SPEWING. I avoided him for the plane ride and I did not go to the toilet at all for 10 hours haha.

Look at my chips on the plane because of air pressure, haha!

I miss Japan already.

Sunday, September 26, 2010


Sunday I went to my dad's bar for the last time.
I went crazy with his engraving pen and engraved my camera, phone and iPod. It looks hideous but it was a lot of fun haha.

I took home the mandolin and harmonica that he gave me and just as I reached my station, the rain broke out in pouring rain.

I was sad all on the train ride and the walk home because it was the last time I could see him for a long time. I was all by myself and it was even more melodramatic with the rain pouring down.

But then these two boys came up to me and was like, take the umbrella! And I said no please don't worry! And they said that they were home soon, right near the train station so I should take it. And one boy was giving me a huge grin saying, TAKE IT TAKE IT TAKE IT!

I took it with the biggest grateful smile on my face, and that umbrella was a token of how the world does give back sometimes. All my sadness vanished with the raindrops that hit the ground. YAY


Last day in Japan tomorrow.
When I'm home sweet home I'll tell you about my day today, spam the page with pictures like usual and tell you about my last day tomorrow.

But don't expect that til Tuesday because that's when I'm home.
My best friend also comes to Melbourne on Tuesday :)

Sayonara Japan, you've been a happy and sad trip!

p.s Priscilla, if you read this I don't know how to get back to you!! I've been waiting for you to leave me a note but now I don't know how to reply!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

First Gig

Well the day was wasted well, we woke up at 2pm and headed off to Shibuya to get a few things. I bought a Mickey Mouse toy for my sister and had to buy a new suitcase because my carry on bag broke last night when I was packing. WHAT. A. WASTE. OF. MONEY.

David's pout

Deena's pout

On the train!

Eating caramel macchiato, I LOVE THIS ICECREAM SO MUCH

Advertising.. but I took it as a photo op

Then I met up with Yuzu for dinner and we had ALL YOU CAN EAT SHABU SHABU! Yum yum! It was so delicious! I tried a Nama Beer as well and that was so smooth and sweet it went down well.

I had 5 plates of beef and 1 plate of pork yum

I had to rush to my dad's bar after dinner because I had to help out tonight and work! He has a gig on tonight, where Tom Holiday (who is really, really talented) is performing and that night is usually pretty busy.

I got given a work shirt haha, and I was bar girl/waitress. It was fun and a great experience :) Then my dad was like, Tom does 3 sessions and as a father request I would like you to do one song for me after Tom's last session. And I was like UM. WHAT? SORRY WHAT?!?!@?!@?!#!)@I~(OLWKMG

My first half half beer pouring skill YEAHHH and she was the customer

But after he pleaded, I gave in. He told me I had to debut in public sometime and get over my nerves! Haha, he wanted me to gain the experience of performing in a crowd. GOSH IT WAS SO SCARY I WILL NEVER DO IT AGAIN. I have a video, and its on my facebook - I barely nailed it because I was so nervous, shaking, blushing..

I left to go home quickly, change and go out clubbing with my friends. We went to Roppongi and that was REALLY SCARY too, this whole day is just full of scares! Japan clubbing is really intense, and I COULD BARELY MOVE! It was way too packed and intense but I did end up having a lot of fun. They play all English songs and its hilarious because I'll be singing like EVERYBODY and I hear all the Japanese kids sing like EWYBOEH! And, the Japanese boys are actually way more sleazy, these wog boys were protecting me from them and I was so grateful! There was also this Indian guy following me everywhere and wouldn't take no for an answer...

But yes, Japan is really intense.. people just sleep on the streets EVERYWHERE like EVERYWHERE and you can drink on the streets and just buy it from the convenience stores!

At like 4 am we went to Karaoke and then headed home at around 5:30 am. The sun was up and shining, and I was down and moping.

View from karaoke room

I beatboxed.. hahahaha well tried

Suns up!

Hectic night, haha.