I have two sisters.
One is older, one is younger. That makes me the middle sister.
I have always gotten on with my dear sisters very well. Apart from that time Alice and I didn’t let Claire play Barbies with us, that is… (Sorry about that, Claire-o, hopefully we made it up to you with all the fun Barbie adventures after that).
Last September (to my delight), they came and visited me in Japan. While this did involve two weeks of a very crowded apartment, I was super happy to show my darling sisters the Japan that I love so much ♡
Because they had taken the effort to come all the way to Japan (it isn’t cheap after all!) I wanted to make sure that they had a great time, and tried my best to show them as much of Osaka, and its surrounding areas that I could. We spent many days shopping and sampling local cuisine, visited the otters at the aquarium (both Alice and Claire had raved to me about their utter awesomeness beforehand), saw Osaka from the top of Osaka Castle, got pestered by strange old men, went up the giant escalator in the Umeda Sky Building, sang the night away at karaoke, hung out with our buddy the sheep at Tennoji Zoo, saw the sights of Kyoto, and did all this whilst melting in the sweltering heat of an Osaka summer.
I had such a great time escorting my sisters around Japan, and I hope the time they spent there was as memorable to them as it was to me.