I am on the plane to Japan. They served authentic Japanese cuisine: bento rice and soba noodle and it was oishi!
If the food in SQ flight back from here tastes like today, I am looking looking forward to another gastronomical experience in the air in ten days.
Oh, next ten days feel so far away.
It feels like writing on a clean empty pages of a book that will be filled with amazing memories. But let’s not deny it will go so so fast!
I wonder how can we make the holiday last longer? At least for it to feel longer? Wake up early or earlier? Stay up pass our bedtime? Meet the local? Should email Kota, my Japanese office counterpart, for a drink? Wouldn’t that be weird?
Idk something needs to be done though.
To make our Japanese memory last longer, the first thing I am going to do once we land is to ask Fafa to try to the toilet. And for me to find a matcha pudding in Starbucks.
Oh man, I am kinda obsessed with Starbucks in Japan.
I should have started a blog category and start writing more about it years ago. Maybe I will.
Speaking of writing as in pen and paper. I want to ask Brenna of Battered Suitcase does she keep writing in her notebook and if yes why?
Ps, I bought a liquid art lipstick from Bobbi Brown in Melbourne airport today. My justifications: it’s a color that I don’t have currently and the tube looks innovative.