Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Yokohama

WELL HELLO THERE FELLOW READERS,
I am home on a high because I had some satisfying dinner and I think they laced it with something, I have the giggle syndrome!

Anyway, the day started off slowly - I think I'm getting PMS and my friend was on a downer, so mixed together it didn't roll so well. We got off at Ueno and looked around the area - I bought some more Little Green Men stuff and I added more to my Smorkin Labbit collection!


Dont worry I didnt buy this hahaha couldn't afford it!




We then stopped by a sushi restaurant to nibble on some.. sushis and then rolled over to Ameyoko shopping district.


I only bought a ring, its a Vivienne Westwood copy but its still pretty cool. I just keep curling my finger because it bends with it hahaha!


Some pretty fish/sea beings at the market..




Afterwards we popped by Akihabara to buy watches that we saw that no where else beat the price of, I bought two. One for Christopher and one for me! I also bought a figurine and a cute brown maid outfit because it was cheap and I am random HAHAHA.

Then we caught the train to Yokohama where we looked around the area (this is where I was born!) and then shopped a little, we moved on to Minatomirai which is a nice modern area of Yokohama. We were a little late and everything was closed but we had a really nice dinner there where we ate katsu pork and swallowed some laughters!

View from train station (nakameguro)

Kanagawa

YOKOHAMAAA REPPIN



hectic escalators at Queen's Square, Minatomirai

WHAT IS THIS GRIND YOUR OWN SESAME BUSINESS? haha im only joking

The train ride home was a good chill down and VOILA I am now here! I've decided to crank some music up and sing my heart out (I kind of miss doing that).
OH I forgot to tell you, my dad downloaded some of the music I listen to hahah I thought that was adorable. All he said was, well you certainly got your love of music from me but not the taste. But he actually likes one of the albums.

Sweet good night my cute little pea pods!

1 comments:

Richard Uttley said...

You seem very happy :) I like it :)