Roco Inn Matsuyama
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... we went to Shurijo castle area. We chanced upon a small stone-walled residential street near to Shurijo castle and started our shoot there. The street was so nice and vintage-y! Me and bb are not very good at posing la.. So we felt so awkward at first haha!! Then we headed over to a small park outside Shurijo castle and took more photos. We took some photos at a beach as well but the biggest problem was that it was too windy so the ...
... to just do a la carte! We retuned to the small floral shop tended by a friendly and sincere lady and selected several stalks of random (I don't know what the flowers are called) flowers in shades of white, baby pink, light pink and baby's breath and decided to DIY and try (or rather, must!) put them together into a hand posy! The total cost of the bunch of flowers we bought cost only 3000 yen! The friendly florist even gave us a stalk ...
... street as it is a long stretch with lots and lots of touristy shops, random shops, cafes, restaurants and even markets! We were lucky to chance upon the Shurijo castle cultural parade along the Main Street.. No wonder most hotels were full on the first night so we had to book AirBnB! It was a colourful parade (like Chingay) which showcased the Ryukyu Kingdom royalty and cool performances! Bb and I just can't help noticing that some of their traditional songs keep having lyrics ...
... luggages (all the photoshoot stuff!) all the way to the monorail station located just beside the domestic flight terminal.. And the luggage was so heavy, and my nails so dry I actually tore my nail bed skin and it was bleeding so much and I didn't notice it till I was at the monorail station! -.-" The monorail was quite small (like Punggol's) and it was SO crowded! We had a hard time squeezing past the crowd and out the train's exit when ...
Kodai: Little boy of around 4 years of age that warned us of an impending typhoon, threatening to dismantle our flights home.
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to ...