Oh hi there! It has been a few months since my last blog post, yikes. This made me think a lot about this blog and blogging in general, so I really wanted to share my thoughts about that topic here. So hope you sit comfortably, because this is going to be a pretty long and personal one! 😉
The Internet seems to have once again united against a common enemy: the year 2016. While I agree that some aspects of last year were not great, for me personally, 2016 has been one of the best years of my life. Many amazing things happened and I was also able to travel a lot last year, which is always a big plus.
My biggest amiami order of the year arrived last month and I bought a few more figures left and right, resulting in a pretty big haul which I wanted to share here!
Situated in the south-eastern part of Luxembourg, Remich is a lovely town mainly known for its wine-making but also its Moselle river, which forms part of the border between Luxembourg and Germany. As a kid, I loved walking alongside the river with my grandparents. I still do today, so I decided to take you with me when I went for a walk on a sunny autumn day in Remich!
Welcome back to my last post related to my week in Japan! This time, the last two days of my trip will be tackled, which mainly consisted of visiting Akihabara! We also switched hotels for two nights and stayed in a lovely ryokan which I will present in the second part of this post.