Tasha's Oriental Journey
Today we had a lazy morning, and then went to Shibuya, S-H-O-P-P-I-N-G; every girl's favourite sport (think about it, its true)! We saw the famous Starbucks (especially for you, Teik) and that huge busy crossing. There were lights and adverts everywhere, and shops galore. After just a little while we were shattered and so went for coffee (at Starbucks, surprisingly enough). The Starbucks coffee over here is SO much nicer than the stuff back home, and cheaper too. And there's more variety since they have a slightly oriental drinks menu, as well. We made it home in time for dinner, which was soup and bread (healthy us!), and headed over to a brother and sister's home, where we had a brief overview of the Watchtower. Yoko (the sister) had baked us a Polish cheesecake (NOT so healthy), which was very nice and so we had that with an amazing coffee; I have no idea what it was but it tasted great (I notice a strong "edibles" theme running through this journal, don't you?)!