Travel: Girls Joyride.

3rd of November, 2017

Ohayou Gozaimasu!

I may have not told you, but I really love joyride! I love this feeling of suspense or the thrill of thinking about where are we going, is it going to be nice? Are gonna end up to a place I have never been or to a place we’ve all been to? It’s exciting. I wouldn’t mind driving around the town or out of town without itinerary or destination, I wouldnt mind driving for hours and end up eating street food and chatting in unfamiliar streets. I wouldn’t mind staying in the car as well and just playing music and sing along with it. I’m cool with anything.

So last November 3, Mai asked me out on a joyride (my heart skipped a bit out of excitement) and she told me we don’t have any specific destinations, just drive and chill. So we met at 10:00 o’clock in the morning and we started our joyride.

Here are some pictures, I wasn’t able to take lots of them since I was so amaze with each places and enjoyed talking with the girls. Gommennasai (sorry).

(Our first destination, they said it’s a popular temple because of the ongoing Japanese Historical drama. I’m gonna update the complete details after I do some research lols)

(Second destination: PalPal, it’s a theme park for kids but you can enjoy riding the rope way to go to he mountain and have a fantastic view of Hamana Lake and Kanjanji, you can also try cruising around Hamanako, relax in a foot onsen or real one)

(Third destination: Bentenjima wherein you can see a Torii gate in the middle of the ocean, why is it there? I have no idea as well, but I’ll def search why, my Japanese friends have no idea as well lol)

After we ate some snacks in Bentenjima, we went to Aeon Mall and did a bit of shopping, I bought a sunglasses, while waiting for Okonomiyaki restaurants to open around the mall.

And finally our last destination was the Okonomiyaki restaurant!

I enjoyed making my first okonomiyaki! yay! I had so much fun I wanna make a separate blog for it lols.

So that’s my joyride story in Japan ☺️


Bored Sensei!


5 thoughts on “Travel: Girls Joyride.

  1. The Torii is a marker for an entrance to a sacred place, most likely for a shrine. There are traditionally more than one Torii leading to the shrine so that might be the first one? Lol

    Plus there’s a time before the winter solstice where you can see the setting sun between the pillars. I think hahahaha

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