We ran out of granola and that gave us the excuse to take one of the hotel’s car…
I asked two sweet guys (hotel guests) to take a picture of us as we were walking down the slope to meet my husband at the bottom of the mountain (the hotel is on a mountain).
This is the view from the parking lot.
Spirit house in front of reception. Hotel staff believe that it gives home to bad spirits so this way they will not haunt anyone in the hotel. They have a home of their own.
I rolled down the window to take a picture of this colorful shop.
Random shot. Can you spot the spirit house?
The road that goes around the island.
Tesco Lotus! Our final destination.
This helmet was on sale. I felt like trying it on…
My husband had a hair cut. The owner does it for him. He is always dressed very uniquely. Today he had a modest day.
The owner chose this poster for his desk. Grandfather rock. One of the attractions tourists visit. Do I need to comment any further? HAHA
You can almost take a nap while they give you a head massage.
For me in the beginning it was interesting to experience that sometimes 2 or even 3 people “work on you” at the same time. This lady had a very long hair so she no doubt deserved two stylists.
The ice cream place we visit occasionally is called…
I had a blueberry pie flavored ice cream. Zoárd was eagerly watching me. HAHA
This drink contains bird’s nest. It is very popular and it is somewhat a luxury product. At the supermarket they keep them locked up behind glass doors.
Pocky was on sale. Or was it?!
My husband told me that this sales person was plucking her eyebrows. Could be… but I only got a shot of her texting. Good enough?!
I wish I would know what this is it. Anyone has ideas?
This is an interesting thing. Its a drink. I think.
Its not easy living in a place where you can never wear winter clothes. I had my moments too when we lived here for two years. I ordered a beanie online… And I wore my jeans one time…