This Time Tomorrow

Tomorrow morning I am heading back to the place where my heart thumps deeper than anywhere: Japan.

This trip will be a bit different. This trip is all about some much-needed rest, friends, books and quiet. There will be sand; there will be ocean; there will be boats and bicycle rides. I’m looking forward to some fresh fish, Yebisu and perhaps an ice cream cone or two. Mostly, I’m looking forward to discovering a whole new place. I can’t wait to tell you all about it.

Until then…

9 Responses to “This Time Tomorrow”

  1. hanne says:

    i love your life!
    enjoy your rest.

  2. jodi says:

    oh, how exciting!! enjoy yourself and tell japan i miss her.

  3. beautiful temporary goodbye – fresh fish sand and ocean…it doesn’t get any better…

  4. ash says:

    oh steph, that sounds so wonderful.
    enjoy! xox

  5. laanba says:

    Happy travels!

  6. rachel says:

    Good for you! Have a wonderful rest. :)

  7. Mmmmh sounds intersting & exciting & sweet*** Can’t wait until you show us! Besides, did i tell you that your pictures always enchant me? Yes? Well, nevermind, i do repeat myself: Your pictures are fabulous.

  8. Jules says:

    I read your blog from time to time and just love your pictures, and now that I read you’re going to Japan I just felt compelled to give you one little travelling recommendation…

    If you have a little time at your hands, maybe you could try to visit Hondoji Temple?
    It’s a little outside of Tôkyô (near Matsudo), but not that far; and it’s just lovely this time of the year…
    I spent my year abroad at a university not far from there and was a regular visitor, and during June the whole temple area is covered with hydrangeas and irises fully in bloom – it’s an ocean of blue, pink and various shades of purple and just overwhelmingly beautiful, especially when it rains a little… Walking there from the station doesn’t take more than 10 to 15 minutes – and on your way you can buy all different kinds of seasonal snacks… :)

    Anyway, have a brilliant time in Japan,
    Greetings from Hamburg!

    You can have a look here:
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    (Not sure whether I could give links here – one link leads to the Hondoji Homepage, one is a blog entry (not mine) that gives directions…)

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