Monday, 2 April 2012

The Netherlands... In Japan

Another post on His Ten Bosch theme park. A glimpse of the Netherlands right there in Kyushu (and in Sasebo city to be exact).

Just photos. I'm having a block. I may have tons of photos that I want to share but laziness stopped me from researching about them or even fact-check. That, a start of a new training program to prepare myself for the Standard Chartered KL Marathon in June and a new Korean drama that I will absolutely obsess with; are all not helping me update my blog here.

23 comments:

  1. Wow you are busy. I love the photos though. If I go to Japan I will look this. Place up.

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    1. Not really busy, Jenny. Just distracted by other stuff. I tend to get distracted, A LOT. xD

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  2. what's the new drama you are gong to be catching up with? cya during the SCKLM!

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    1. Rooftop Prince. I heart Micky Yoochun! *drool*

      See ya at SCKLM! You'll be wearing that green wig of yours, right? :)

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  3. Great pictures! I've got to visit this place one day :)

    Japan Australia

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    1. A tad cumbersome to visit though, being a bit far away from anything interesting, IMHO

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  4. Very beautiful photos. It is said there are many beautiful flowers there. Please come to Japan in Spring.

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    1. We visited Japan in Spring twice! ^^

      Nowadays, it'll be hard to make a two-weeks visit to Japan in Spring as Raimie has school to attend.

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  5. I really suffer from severe cognitive dissonance when I see Huis Ten Bosch photos. Am I in the old grandfatherland or am I in my new adopted country or what's going on?! :D

    PS: I love that second photo and the last photo!

    PPS: Happy drooling! ^^

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    1. It can be rather disconcerting even for someone who is not associated with both countries. I mean, a European looking town with Japanese speaking residents?

      Drool, I certainly will. Am patiently downloading an episode now and pausing every time I see Yoochun smile. LOL

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  6. I like it even if I live in The Netherlands.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. It's interesting, that's for sure. ^^

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  7. Nice photos. Wind mill is impressive.

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    1. Windmills and tulips = awesome! :)

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  8. This place is quite big and looks like a "real" city. Can you now say you have been to the Netherlands? I know how you feel about updating the blog due to other interests. Sometimes it is quite stressful having the obligation to post, but I hope you are enjoying your tv program.

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    1. I think I can probably fool a few people. xD

      And the best part, the place sells souvenir from Holland!

      Strangely, I'm pacing myself with the Korean drama. I have another distraction that I put more priority on. It's a book. On running. Competitive running.;p

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  9. Remember Shirahige Bridge? Way back in February? I've unearthed the meaning of its name. (See? I never forget a promise.) Go look. :D

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    1. OK! Found where I was supposed to look!

      Kamsahamnida! xD

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  10. The pictures you showed above.... those buildings are in Japan, ....seriously? So westernize, bcos I always thought I would see temples and more temples in Japan :p

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    1. But that is really a misconception of Japan.

      Japan isn't all technology

      and Japan isn't all temples and zen

      Japan is a heady mixture of very old and very new. ^^

      By the way, those photos above are taken at a Dutch theme park. :)

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  11. Woohoo! I can see why you love visiting Japan so much! There are endless of surprises in this country! Awesome Japan! :D

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    1. It's endless discovery in Japan! ^^

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