Thursday, March 6, 2014
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
As we were walking toward the train station on our way to the Fushimi Inari Shrine, we spotted Gion across the river. Let me tell you i couldn't wait for the last attraction of the day, we decided to do the farthest things first and sadly Gion was the closest. Later in the afternoon around 3pm, we made our way back to explore this culturally rich part of town. I really wish we would've gone sooner because the sun was setting as soon as we got there. We didn't get much time to take pictures before it finally said goodbye.
Even though we didn't get to see any Geisha's Gion didn't disappoint! I would gladly go back to Kyoto just to explore this area a little bit more :)
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
What are your Weekly Wishes? or your Monthly Wishes?
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Thursday, February 27, 2014
After walking around the sunflower fields we explored the little vendor booths around the road and found some beauties. We bought little sunflower bouquets for ¥300 ($3) and then found more flowers to photograph!
Okinawan farmers are so hardworking! As we watched him work he couldn't help but send a big smile our way. These are the little things i will miss whenever we leave this island.
Hey, check me out with the fringe bangs that lasted less than a month! ;)
Q: Have you ever been to a Sunflower field? If you haven't, is it in your bucket list?!