Wordless Wednesday

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Japan is another destination du jour that’s likely been raved about by your globetrotting friends—but there’s much more to be discovered. Let’s start with the must-sees: The bustling Tokyo and the spiritual and stunning Kyoto aren’t to be missed.

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86 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Cathy Kennedy says:

    Sandee,

    What a stunning photo! Part of me would love to be a world trotting traveler if a) I had the financial resources and b) Wasn’t a bit scardey Cathy. Thank heavens for beautiful pictures like this that circulate the net! Have a wonderful Wednesday, my friend!

  2. Madison says:

    Asia in general is an interesting place to see. Mom used to be over there all the time in her years as a flight attendant. The culture and lifestyle is so different from here in the USA. Lots of history and culture to see and learn about.

  3. meowmeowmans says:

    I love this photo, Sandee! Japan IS amazing, and a wonderful place to visit. We were lucky enough to go toward the end of Cherry Blossom season. All I can say is WOW. Yes, Tokyo and Kyoto are perfect places to start. Right outside of Kyoto is Nara, which I think may have been my favorite. It’s amazingly ancient, and they have tame deer that wander all over the town (and have been for, like, forever). I totally want to go back. Happy Wednesday!

  4. Anne Robinson says:

    Beautiful share! I have a good friend who is a native of Japan and she is blessed to go home at least twice a year. She lives and works in the USA legally and paid a hefty price to be a legal working stiff. She cracks me up, her mom is forever on her case for not being the perfect Japanese girl. She told me she once was asked to leave a yoga class because she could not complete the pose and they told her : “You are a bad Japanese” I call her Dr. T because she has a Ph.D. in Audiology. We can discuss WWII like 2 adults and she often told me stories of her grandmother as a young girl during the war. We read the book “Unbroken” and had wonderful, often emotional discusses about it. I tell her stories about my late FIL who was near Pearl Harbor when it happened. She is married to an American and they have a daughter and a son, beautiful children. SHe lives on an old farm. Her hubby redid the house to Better Homes and Gardens perfection, one room at a time. She also has a private blog so she can complain to herself about her mom’s strict comments on her weight. A patient once said, your people make excellent lemon chicken. She was dumbfounded. I said you gotta tell it like it is chickie, you are Japanese not Chinese. Let people know and always, be proud of who you are and where you come from. (oh she speaks fluent Spanish too shhhh……not everyone knows this about her.) HaHaHa

  5. Marie Moody says:

    Oh my goodness, where do you always find these beautiful pics? Anyway girlfriend, I cannot believe California has winter… any kind of winter!!! Dang, I was just saying to my husband you know what I think is this planet has gotten knocked off its axis!!! So if that’s true our seasons are getting knocked outta place. It’s just going to be a new way of life. I love your pics… have a great day my love and as always you are always in my heart. Never change you’re a great person! Big Ol’ Hugs!!!

  6. Jeanna says:

    What a gorgeous view, I had a friend that was over there for years after living in Africa and Germany. I’m not sure I’d want to make the effort you’d need to see all the sights at this point.

  7. barbara says:

    Love the beautiful photo!
    We lived in Japan for a couple of years and it was so interesting. We were just outside of Tokyo, and on some clear days we could see Mt. Fuji in the distance. The cherry blossoms were gorgeous too. <3

  8. Mary (cactus catz) says:

    I love Mt Fuji and Kyoto is amazing. My dad took our family to the foot of Mt. Fuji when we were stationed there. I still think it’s one of the most beautiful mountains/volcanoes in the world. Kyoto I got to visit in my 20s. I had an amazing time. There are temples everywhere — just follow the red torii gates and you’ll find one. And the lotus leaves in the ponds are huge — like dinosaur leaves.

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