Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Japan - Part 4

Mrs Pitt called and told me that she loved Japan too. She took lots of photos and said that she'll be sending them to me soon (including some pics of Engrish!) Mrs Pitt, I'm so looking forward to your trip here with Zahara (LOL!) in July.
Let's eat two peace of skewered meat!

This is the place to look for sweat!
Earlier today, I woke up this morning feeling feverish and had leg cramps! Not good, stayed in and skipped the talk that I was suppose to attend. When I signed on Messenger later, I played Aunt Agony again, and spent about 2 hours online counseling my friend. All is well at the end of it, at least for now. I hope my friend can move on and be happy again. I have been giving so much advice of late that I think I can make a living out of it! Who wants to be my first paying client for me to listen? Ha ha ....Eh, who'll listen to MY problems???? :o( Guess I can't have any! :p Seriously though, maybe Mrs Pitt! But she won't be able to listen to me should I need to talk to her in the next couple of weeks. She's having jet lag and can barely keep a conversation going as she was so sleepy!

I'm still thinking about Japan. As a tourist, I thoroughly enjoyed myself. The food, the culture and the people. I've never felt so safe walking around the city at night, though CC and I were in the red light district area. We wanted to see how the area was like. That however, is another story for another day! The scenery and sights are almost picture perfect, postcard material! Japan, I'll be back!

Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn't.
- Erica Jong

3 comments:

JC said...

Which part of Japan was the pic taken?

wmw said...

That's at the Kiyomizu Temple.

mrs. pitt said...

Hi..hope you are feeling better .. Kiyomizu temple... wasn't that a sight!! But the truth is that after a couple of temples and shrines, everything began to look alike and names sounding alike too. My favourite activities were enjoying the food (runs in the family) and people watching. There were many instances of sensory overload particularly our visit to Harajuku.

will send pics soon and call again. sayonara, my dear