Paul and I embarked on our Tokyo journey. Our flight was 15 minutes later J’s.
The flavour is v special. We like it.
My friend is back from a vacation in Tokyo. She passed me a gift and told me that it was J. This gesture of hers warmed my heart. It means that she remembered my kid when she was away from home. In order to show my gratitude to the love and care from others, I always send pictures of J with the gift or ask J to write thank you notes to these lovely aunties and uncles.
This is the lovely gift she brought back from Tokyo. J has long grown out of princess goodies. But it doesn’t bother us a bit! It’s the love that the gift delivers that matters.
We departed HK last Saturday. The JAL flight was 11am. We managed to step out of the airport at 430pm. Damn the inefficient Japan airport. It took us another 1.5 hours to get to Shinjuku, where our hotel was. By the time we settled in the hotel room, it was already 6pm!
Am now in the salon. Finally having some time to write. Junie is still enjoying her 10-day midterm break. The first 5 days were spent in Tokyo. It was an interesting but not totally relaxing trip. But what does one expect? It is Tokyo that we were visiting…. one of the busiest city in the world!