Recent Realities Vol. 7

Recent Realities (Original image from Unsplash.com)

It has been a while since my last Recent Realities post. I’ve blogged about my major happenings, but now I am here to share with the other events in my life. Read on to see my food highlights, reunion with a childhood friend, moment with a hilarious sign, experience with a new event, and future travel plans. I’ve been quite busy!

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Hakodate Hindsights

Hakodate Hindsights

I shared my Hakodate trip previously. I’d wanted to include some of my thoughts about the trip in the post, but it grew way too long! Ergo, I opted to just write a separate thoughts post, and this post is it. I will document my views about the trip here — all from my flight experience to my coffee woes. After all, travelling is more than just going somewhere, and it’s all about the knowledge and insights you gain.

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Aigoo Adventures: Hakodate 2017

Aigoo Adventures

My most recent travel adventures took me to Hakodate, a city on the southern tip of Hokkaido, the northernmost Japanese island. I’d been planning this solo trip since last August, and I finally visited there from April 20-25. This post is all about my trip in the city, and it’s full of photos. If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, the photos will be familiar, but these come with a detailed synopsis. Enjoy this post!

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Symphonic Selections: Piano de Bossa ~ Fly Me to the Moon

Symphonic Selections

Three more days until my trip! I am so excited for it, and thus my excitement affected my choice for this month’s Symphonic Selections. A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled upon a gospel version of “Zankoku na Tenshi no Thesis”, the opening song for Neon Genesis Evangelion, a popular anime from the 1990s. This made me think of its ending song, “Fly Me to the Moon”. I will be flying soon, albeit not to the Moon, and I kept singing this song whenever I had a free moment. Therefore, I went on a hunt for an instrumental version of this song.

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