Montag, 13. März 2017

My First Trip to Japan! #3: Cityhopping with a JR pass

As you know, we left Okinawa to go to Fukuoka.
Bye, beautiful blue sea! I'll miss Okinawa and I'll definitely have to go back there some day!
On our way to Kyūshu, the southernmost of Japan's four main islands, we had a beautiful view.

Samstag, 11. März 2017

My First Trip to Japan! #2 Okinawa Adventures and Off to New Places!

Being the smart person I am I didn't test the adapters I had. I took my laptop hoping I'd be able to make blog entries with the pictures from my camera but well... nope.

We had three full days in Okinawa, Naha.
A Convenience Store just around the corner supplied us with most of our food. Jetlag lasted for a day and a half, but we took walks around the city and relaxed with small picnics. After all, we really needed a break from all of the excitement! Actually being in Japan was so weird.

Dienstag, 7. März 2017

My first trip to Japan! #1: A long, long way.

Our flight left in the evening. After finding our seats we realized: It's going to take almost eleven hours just until Tokyo. Woah.
It's hard to believe this is actually happening.
We had dinner, watched a movie, tried to sleep at least a bit (impossible for me)...

And then the sky lit up in the east as we got closer to our destination.
In short: We are exhausted, but we arrived safely. And delicious food is everywhere.

Montag, 20. Februar 2017

Planning my first trip to JAPAN!

In just two weeks I'll be going on my first trip to Japan - I can hardly believe it.
I've been dreaming of going there for about 15 years and now that I could finally save up and practise my Japanese I'm starting to get nervous. After all, it's a super long trip for someone who usually takes only one week off for a short visit of London.

Everything has been planned out. I love planning. I even make plans when I'm somewhere for just one day, even if I've been to the city several times before (...London, anyone?)!

A couple of things I collected while planning...

So although it might not work for you because you love being spontaneous, I'm going to start my favourite YouTube Vlogs, stare at the screen dreaming for days on end, cover my bed and desk and floors in pamphlets and magazines and get my excel and note book ready because...

Here's how a control freak like me makes TRAVEL PLANS!

Donnerstag, 29. Dezember 2016

Growing up. Getting into drawing comics.

Hello there!
There was a lot of stuff going on these past months and I still don't feel... settled? It's difficult to explain, I guess.
However, although I have almost no patience to sit down to make artist trading cards, I sometimes draw on the go when taking the train. Somehow you have to cope with growing up, right?

Please bear with me, there are ups and downs when I think of my blogs, but now and then I feel like sharing something. Hope you enjoy!

For now, I will just leave a short comic I drew to get some of the uni stress out. Putting it on paper means you could burn it.

Freitag, 30. Januar 2015

Lolita Meetup Report: Revelry

Hello, Dear Readers!

I began wearing lolita fashion in 2013, but I'm too shy to go to regional meetups... The Tea Party Club's 7th Anniversary Party "Revelry", however, took place while my friend and I visited London, so we hurried and bought our tickets! It was great... but see for yourselves! I hope you will enjoy this post about my first lolita fashion meetup!

Tea Party Club 7th Anniversary - Revelry
Date: September 20th
Place: The Honourable Society of Gray's Inn, London, UK
Company: Welcome2Chaos

Sonntag, 26. Oktober 2014

Outing Report: Phantastic Library in Wetzlar

Hello, my dear Readers!

Yes, I know, it's been a long time. I won't make any promises for posting more often because... let's face it, a blog is like a diary and most of the time I just forget writing something @_@ Sorry!
Nonetheless I am happy if somebody actually reads, or, dare I say, even comments anything.

This post is about the Phantastic Library ("Die Phantastische Bibliothek") in Wetzlar.
I had an outing with some students and our teacher from university and I was amazed by the concept. The website can be found [url=]here[/url] - it is a library dedicated to collect novels and short stories of the Science-Fiction and Fantasy genre as well as fairytales, adventure novels, fanzines and lots more. They also offer courses on writing, reading, working with theories from Science-Fiction novels and more...! Sound interesting? Oh yes, it is. I'd just LOVE to move there. Because, well... everyone who knows me knows that books are one of my favourite addictions. I can be unnerving when browsing bookstores and I always have at least one book in my purse.
Care to see some of the photos I took?

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