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A quick trip to Singapore

I have wanted to go to Singapore for awhile now, I have met many people while living in Tokyo who used to live in Singapore and they all loved it! I had to go and see for myself why. I wasn’t disappointed, the place is great it is such a melting pot of cultures, colour,…

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Sensoji

The kids are back at school which means I get a few hours once a week where I can go and play with the camera. As soon as they went back I headed off to Sensoji Temple in Asakusa which is one of my favourites, its not just the shrine that I like but the…

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little details…

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time

  “No man lasts more than a lifetime: his flame may last forever” – Japanese Proverb

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there is a story behind every image…

It is true you know, behind every image you and I take there is a story, a thought, a feeling, an emotion and a reason we click the shutter. I want to talk about the image of the bamboo forest that I recently took on a trip to Kyoto. I have just started my BW…

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NARA | KYOTO – part 1

Four and a half hours on a train with the kids, really?! Geez you know I wish we could just drive there! – This is a constant Cassie complaint, I love driving but Japan is not a driver friendly country. But that Shinkansen high speed train is something else, on average it is only 0.08…

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  • Jules

    Love this post Cassie. I love how you have taken us on the journey with you.
    The little details you captured are great and are like the glue that holds the whole story together.
    Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

SUMO… I loved it

Before heading off to watch SUMO this past weekend I had thought to myself, yeah its something you have to see while living in Japan, I thought after an hour I would probably be bored, I thought it would probably be quite touristy. BUT I LOVED IT!! I had such a great time and I…

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