I hadn’t even been in Bali Indonesia 24 hours when my phone got stolen while I was lost using it for directions. I was upset for all of 5 minutes. Whats crazy is I was more upset about the pictures I had lost rather than how I was going to get back to where I stayed. I knew I couldn’t be upset cause I had so much more memories to make in front of me and i couldn’t let all that of before stress me out. “The universe takes and gives, something will come my way if it does is what I told myself”. That’s when @skylerdonhoward found out I was coming to Japan for only 24 hours. He immediately opened his home for a shower, took me to eat and suggested places for me to go while he went to work and I explored the city. When he heard my phone got stolen he gave me his iPad and told me people needed to see the places I was going. I was hella shocked, ask him if I could pay and the man told me to extend the kindness to someone does and that was what life was about.
I love getting lost. There’s something about that feeling of challenging and trusting yourself, asking the universe what you need and knowing opportunities will come and all you have to do is take action. In getting lost I found more friends, went thrift shopping, ate ramen saw so many beautiful places.
I went to this holy temple where I was told to pick a number, make a wish and pull a fortune. My wish was “I wish for any blessings to come my way, and if they dont, they don’t, I am ever still so grateful.”
My fortune read so many things that were on point about my life and on point with where I was standing currently. (Even spoke about my lost phone) and it all sent me into place of bliss and appreciation.
Go experience things. You guys get to see some pictures because bro made it happen. #tokyo#japan#travel#travelphotography#solotravels#solotravlingisfun#sensojitemple#sensojishrine#shijiku#shibuyacrossing#blogger#sake
This is a test.
Fabriquer 2 pots et un plateau, à la demande de la maison de la culture du Japon pour honorer le printemps. 1 boite de 750 cl pour du thé en vrac, 1 boite pour accueillir 30 infusettes.
Making of 2 pots and 1 tray for japanese tea house. 1 pot for plain leaves, 1 pot for 30 teabags.