November 1, 2014

The November Link Love


Hello November!!!

It's so chilly in Tokyo now! All the more so because I just got back from Singapore, which was very much the humid-town I heard it would be.

I flew in to Tokyo yesterday morning and went straight to work after a quick shower at the airport. Then after work I dashed to a nomikai, dragging my luggage with me, before finally getting home around midnight. I was deep in sleep before I could even think it's good to be home!

Well, I can't wait to share my Melbourne and Singapore trip with you. I'm hoping this month will be a slow and relaxing one. All I want to do is wear sweaters, drink lattes, and read a good book.

It's another three day weekend here in Tokyo so I hope you're all having a wonderful weekend! xx

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- What do you usually eat for breakfast?

- How to cook fall vegetables. Yum.

- Someone has taken our beloved nabe dish to a whole new level.

- Wes Anderson Palettes...need I say more?

- Beautiful photos of cities with a twist.

- Snarky Puppy is now in my life.

8 comments:

  1. Can't wait to see your Melbourne and Singapore pictures!

    Stay warm ;)

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    1. I'm just like you now...can't seem to narrow down the photos! Argh ;P

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  2. Singapore...ah yes, always a shock to come to and from their heat. Did you get over to Sentosa? It's a beautiful city though and you can sure get lost in the underground shopping malls...

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    1. Our fall/winter in Tokyo is so very dry, I actually really loved how humid it was in Singapore! Great for my skin. haha!

      I did take the cable car to Sentosa but more for the convenience of getting to a mrt station than to see the island. We ended up just getting a good look at the gigantic merlion before heading out. Is there something you would recommend for next time? :D

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  3. Very curious to see your photos. An Italian friend just got back from Singapore and his photos show some really fascinating architecture.

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    1. Yes! I loved the architecture, too! Both old an new were beautiful.

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  4. It's coldcoldcold. Let's go back down south? It's summer down south. :(

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    1. I am all for that idea, Ru!

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