28 6 / 2014
Hello everybody! Ummm, so most of you have probably unfollowed me.. I’ve been an awful blogger.. Not posting anything.. But hopefully I can make up for it from here on! So.. just to give you all a quick update.. I am now back in Australia (unfortunately) and as of yesterday have finished my first semester of Uni! Yay! Haha, so now that I’m on proper holidays and exams are all done, I’m going to start posting again! As far as I can see I only really got up to Week 28 or so.. WHICH MEANS! There’s a whole lotta more photos to post! :D So stick around, and I’ll get to it! See you guys later :)
10 3 / 2014
catnihp said: hi, i'm going to japan in about a month and i wanted to know if you could get a suica card without a mobile number? because on all the tutorials i've seen they use the 'my suica' option and since i won't have a japanese mobile number while i'm there, what should i do?
Hello! I’m SO sorry if I replied to this too late.. If you’re getting one in Japan you don’t need to have a phone number of anything, I didn’t. You can buy them from specific ticket machines but they will be really easy to find. Plus you can change the machines into English and it’ll have an option on there for “Buy New Suica” or something very similar. They do cost 1000 yen to start up.. But if your going to be travelling lots across different lines, I would definitely recommend one :) Hope I got this to you in time!
24 12 / 2013
Anonymous said: I just wanna say your blog is really lovely and i always look forward to your updates, Japan seems like such a cool place and I'd love to go but i don't speak any japanese...haha
Thank you so much! I’m actually about to do some more updating now! Haha. It is pretty amazing. I’ve just about fell in love with it so if you get the chance I would recommend it! Even if you don’t speak Japanese I would still recommend you come! Like, for sure, some things have been easier because I speak the language, but I have a friend who came over this year in.. June? May, Juneish sort of.. Well, she came in around the middle of the year. She couldn’t speak Japanese, but she still came out of it saying stuff like ‘It was so amazing’ and ‘I definitely have to come back!’ Besides, (especially in some of the big touristy cities, ie. Kyoto) there’s so much English around you can kinda get the idea of what you’re doing without speaking a whole lot of Japanese. :)