Unboxing No. 18: My Very First Burberry Shoes!
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Hello lovely peeps, this time it's No. 18 unboxing of Burberry Linford Overshoe Ballerina Flat  in Archive Beige. I had been eyeing this beautiful pair for months. It's not similar to what I usually wear, which are sneakers. I had second thoughts about whether to buy it or not because I won't be able to use it often since it's pandemic. Although these consequential lockdowns and restrictions made me sometimes turn to some shopping therapy to think of other things and to feel a level of normalcy. Plus, it was love at first sight and keeps popping up in my mind, so I decided to buy it. I'm ..read more
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My Unforgettable Experience About Nudity and Being Buried Alive in a Hot Sand in Ibusuki, Japan!
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Calm down, folks, no nude photos here!? It was spring in Japan, which means the weather was pretty cool when we went to Ibusuki, a quiet city located in Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. We planned to try their famous SUNAMUSHI, or HOT SAND BATHING, one of Japan's most unique and unusual spa getaways. This steamed sand bath is said to get rid of toxins (opening the pores, improving circulation, and increasing blood oxygen levels). The sand is naturally heated by volcanic steam, warming the sands to 50-55 degrees Celsius. There are several resorts along the coastline where you can experience sand b ..read more
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Triple Unboxing No. 17: New Balance Tokyo Design Studio Men's Sneakers
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Hello lovely peeps, this time it's No. 17 triple unboxing of New Balance Tokyo Design Studio R_C2 sneakers in three colors Brown, Black and White, designed and developed in Japan. Let me know what you think of this. If you're new, don't forget to subscribe on my YouTube channel ? https://bit.ly/35SUaYg . Thanks for stopping by! ♡    Here's the clip of the unboxing ? below or watch it on ? YouTube.   ..read more
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Huis Ten Bosch, A Dutch Town in Nagasaki, Japan?
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Yes, there is! Huis Ten Bosch is an impressive and expansive theme park in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan, which recreates a Dutch town. Huis Ten Bosch (meaning "House in the Forest'), taking its name from one of the residences of the Dutch Royal Family. We visited Huis Ten Bosch for a day trip when we were in Fukuoka, where we stayed. We took the direct Huis Ten Bosch Limited Express Train operated by Kyushu Railway at Hakata Station that took us about 1 hour and 50 minutes of travel.   Huis Ten Bosch Theme Park, Nagasaki, Japan   When we arrived, it felt like we tra ..read more
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Kakiyama Float in The Hakata Gion Yamakasa
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This decorated float (Kakiyama) is used in the Hakata Gion Yamakasa, one of the most time-honored festivals in Japan, dating back about 760 years. The climax of the Hakata Gion Yamakasa is the oiyama, which begins in the early morning on July 15 every year. Seven giant floats compete for the best time on a five-kilometer course. Kakiyama float supported by six poles and are held together by only hemp ropes, without a single nail. Each weighs one ton, and is pulled by a team of about two dozen men. The supporting poles have been removed from this float for display. As the grand floats race thr ..read more
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Dolce and Gabbana, Road to STARdom, Honey!
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When it comes to fashion, I'm all for being casual and, I like to wear lovely shoes, particularly sneakers that add some zing to my mundane outfit. This pair of Dolce and Gabbana Sorrento Star sneakers is one of the favorites I purchased last year.  And not to mention, it gives a little burst of stars in your entire outfit, and the white color gives a timeless appeal, and best of all, it gets along with any colors in your clothing. Dolce and Gabbana Sorrento sneakers come in a variety of colors and designs. Made in Italy. You can purchase it here. Watch the unboxing video ? below, or wat ..read more
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Our Authentic Kobe Beef Experience in Kobe, Japan (Steakland Kobekan)
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The day started pretty well with the beautiful weather until we hit the road. When we travel, HB loves to walk, and this time was no exception. And so we walked almost an hour from Kitano Cho to Nankinmachi, which totally killed my mood. I got so tired, and my feet were killing me, and then I began limping. That's the reason why I only have a few photos and no video at all in Kobe's Chinatown. I love being able to explore places leisurely and at my own pace. Nevertheless, it has changed my mood for the better and, it did trigger my brain to release endorphins when we had dinner at a Japanese ..read more
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Interesting Things to Do and See in Kobe Nunobiki Herb Gardens & Ropeway (Kobe, Japan)
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Kobe is the seventh-largest city in Japan and the capital city of Hyogo Prefecture. It is our second time visiting Kobe. The train ride from Shin-Osaka Station to Shin-Kobe Station takes approximately 15 minutes. On our first Kobe travel, exploring the place was limited because my husband's purpose was to see his Japanese friend who lives there. We only walked around Meriken Park in Harborland, one of Kobe's major tourist attractions. Meriken is a waterfront park located in the port city of Kobe. It features the 108 meters tall Kobe Port Tower, Kobe Maritime Museum, and Kawasaki World. &nb ..read more
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Asics Sneakers Double Unboxing No. 15
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  Hello awesome people! This time it's No. 15 double unboxing of Asics Gel Kayano Trainer in Indigo Blue/ Directoire Blue and Asics Gel Kayano 5 OG in White/Black. Let me know what you think of this. If you're new, don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel - Link HERE! Even during this pandemic (and lock-down to some places), I hope everyone has bright and sunny days. For those who need it, I'm giving you big HUGS! Take Care, everyone. Don't forget to wear your face masks.   ..read more
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Surprising Encounter with the Sacred Sika Deer in Nara, Japan
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The train left Osaka and took us an hour to get to Nara. This city is the capital of Japan's Nara Prefecture in south-central Honshu. Nara has nearly eight (8) UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including numerous Buddhist temples and shrines dating back to the 8th century, when it was Japan's capital. And one of the most exciting parts of our trip was walking among hundreds of freely roaming Sika deer in Nara Park (one of the oldest parks in Japan) and near the entrance of Todaiji Temple.   Kintetsu Nara Station         The smell of deer scents assailed our nos ..read more
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