OK, super important question here: ARE YOU A FAN OF BTS? If you are, then hey, we’re ‘ARMY’ companions and if not and you’ve no idea what I’m talking about and that’s OK cause eventually, you’ll know (said in a non-creepy way).
So, BTS recently had their ‘Love Yourself’ world tour and I went over to London to see them!!! This was my fifth time but it never gets old. Going over for the day and exploring alone made me realise that London is HUGE. But anyway, here are some photos from my trip.
Continue reading “London – Chester – Manchester”
It was a full moon the other night and somewhere between imagining what it’d be like to go there and thinking I should go to sleep, I wondered, “what are the things we can only see during the night?” I mean, sometimes we can see the moon in the early hours of the morning but for the full, cinematic effect, it should be seen at night; only then can you marvel in it’s beauty and see just how far its light reaches.
So, I started looking back at some of the memorable nights I’ve spent in Japan the last three years: the mishaps and adventures, the sunsets just before the dark, and the people that brighten it all up.
Continue reading “Only meant for night”
When I first came to Japan, I counted the days. Every 26th day of the month was met with a cry of “It’s been (X) months since I’ve come to Japan!”. The 26th spurred memories of the sweltering, wet heat in Tokyo, the sea of white collars ducking into narrow entryway restaurants and the assaulting sounds of a new language landscape. That was in 2015.
Now, almost three years later, here I am again. Not so wide-eyed or in Tokyo but still counting; only this time, in reverse.
I’ve always known that I should’ve recorded my journey here as I went along but I felt unmotivated and unsatisfied with my blog (previous one). I can’t go back though so my only consolation is that with the power of retrospect, I can look back on my time here with insight and appreciation rather than playing catch-up.
I can’t tell exactly how this blog is going to take form but for now, let’s just say that as my time in Japan comes to an end, I’ll be looking to the beginning.