Japan, macarons and instagram ~
It's been a while, but I have been trying to make things work and so-on~! I might go to Japan next year, but I won't be staying at the nekohouse. Instead I found a really cool site that allows you to go WWOOFing !
Price: 5,500 yen for a one year membership
Less an accommodation, more an experience. WWOOF stands for “Willing Workers on Organic Farms,” and is a volunteer work exchange program. You work at a host family’s home, business, or farm on average about 6 hours a day, 6 days a week (although this does really vary with the host) in exchange for food and accommodation. The membership costs 5500 yen for one year, and having paid that fee, you get access to the online list of hosts looking for volunteers."
Lynn Allmon, author at GaijinPot.
You can find the whole list of free or cheap accommodations here.
I really would like to work at the Wakayama perfecture, Arida district 'cause it's close to Kōya-san and Osaka. I can't wait to get back.. And there's a flower farm! Plus I'm all in for organic farms, so this sounds like the perfect deal.
But, moving on. I've also been studying Japan and trying to make my writing more tolerable. Kanjis are still a pain in the ***, but I'm hanging on. I'm also testing my basic knowledge.
My handwriting is truly awful.
It's been so warm in Finland! GAH. I've really enjoyed myself by taking walks and so on, visiting new places. I went to see some food stands that were staying at Tampere for a few weeks, the food was amazing !!
I ate so much in one day, I mean those chocolate dipped strawberry-banana sticks?? COME ON!!
You can see my tattoo in the first picture, yay! I always forget I have one, d'oh. That black and white dress is from ASOS petite. I really recommend their clothes to short girls, it fits PERFECTLY!
I have been eating lots of berries, (too much if you ask me) had some good drinks, I've spend quality time with my pets, read books and played awesome games. Happiness comes from the smallest of things.
I absolutely love that white top from mangodoll in the last picture, finally a small top that doesn't flatten my bewbs down to my belly.
Orange maxi skirt is from Japan, big sunhat is from Accessories, bag is from yeswalker.
Ripped top in the first picture is from Bronx, jeans from ebay, shoes from nelly, army jacket from nelly and sunglasses from asos.
I'm having a good summer, woah ! Trying to enjoy every bit of it, so you can see what I'm doing everyday from my instagram, minmi8 ~