Having trouble sleeping because there is a MOFO mosquito in my room and I’m getting bitten like crazy but I can’t seem to catch the damned thing so thought I’d update on my seoul trip! It was my first time to seoul and honestly I wish I did a lot more research!! I went with two girlfriends who had gone before, one of them also goes to seoul super often like 2x a year type, and so I kinda trusted them with it but I forgot I’m very particular especially with food lol, so yeah....
Procrastinating from packing for my Seoul flight which is early Thursday morning/late night tmr! Have some thoughts on dayre 2.0 but honestly, I’m quite disappointed in the way the new team has chosen to release information bit by bit. I understand that running a business and trying to get a feel of the community’s vibes is difficult, but in all honesty just push back the release if it’s not finalized?Don’t feel like it’s fair to the users and writers and content creators to be so ambiguous.
Konnichiwa pals! Lol I’m trying to be up to date with my posts and wanna finish posting about Tokyo before I go to Seoul HAHAHA rlly first world problems but basically I squeezed in a girl’s trip with two of my favourite babes and cos we all travel so much this was actually the only window of time we had 😪 Anw I’m excited because I haven’t been to Seoul OR Korea EVER BEFORE despite rlly loving Korean food and also at one time being crazy over kdramas. If anyone has any recs pls lemme know!
Finally have a sliver of time to post about our stay at Wakura Onsen! Wakura Onsen is the name of a little town an hour away by train from Kanazawa, and OBVIOUSLY it’s an onsen town lol. There are heaps of resorts there and it’s kind of a small seaside town. We stayed at Kagaya, which we also stayed at last year, and clearly mom liked it enough to want to come back this year. I’m v lazy to link and also not even sure if I posted about it but I’ll check later. Welcome snack and matcha!!
I took the bus today. I much prefer it to trains sometimes. Mostly because it seems less crowded, and in a smaller space of a bus versus a train sometimes you get to see and watch people better. I boarded it just outside my office, to head to an afternoon lunch class, and it was pretty full. There were two seats empty across from each other on the lower aisle, I took the one on the right purely because the sun was shining on the one on the left. Next to me was an old lady, an Ah Mah.
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