Hong Kong

Posted: April 23, 2015 in Travel
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I visited Hong Kong recently. It was just for a day, but I really enjoyed the trip. Hong Kong is one of the few countries that Indians can visit without a visa. Unlike Thailand where you get an on-arrival visa, here there is nothing printed on your passport indicating that you’ve visited Hong Kong. Instead they give you a small slip of paper which says you’re allowed to stay there for two weeks. I took an early flight out from Tokyo and reached Hong Kong at 5 30 am. The Hong Kong airport is quite big and it took me at least 15-20 minutes to reach the immigration counter.

The Peak City

Hong Kong City

Once I was done with the immigration procedures, I took the airport express from the Hong Kong airport to the Hong Kong station. It costs 100 Hong Kong Dollars (HKD) and takes 24 minutes. The Hong Kong airport for those who don’t know is built on reclaimed land from the sea. I thought the train ride from the airport to Hong Kong station was interesting. One of the first things you notice in Hong Kong are the mountains and hills surrounding it. It came as a pleasant surprise to me because I had imagined Hong Kong to be quite similar to Singapore or Tokyo but the view of the mountains was quite refreshing. When the train ride started it was the sea on one side and the mountains on the other. After a while the train went through a long tunnel for a few minutes and suddenly when it came to the other side we entered the Hong Kong city with huge skyscrapers everywhere. The difference seemed surreal. It kind of reminded me of the movie Hunger Games and the train ride from the village to Capitol

Hong Kong City

Hong Kong City

As many other times before, I forgot to change the time in my watch and since Japan is an hour ahead I assumed it was 7 30 AM but actually it was only 6 30 AM. So I left early from the airport thinking I was getting late. It seemed to me like shops and restaurants open only by around 8 30 or 9 in Hong Kong. I was desperately looking for some place to have some coffee and breakfast but it looked like nothing was open! I walked quite a bit before I could find a restaurant that was open. It was a taiwanese restaurant. They had nice dumplings.

Hong Kong - Harbour

Hong Kong Harbour

I decided to buy a one day pass from the Big Bus Tour company. It was a good decision I think. They operate in three routes around Hong Kong. And each route takes about 1.5 to 2 hours if you don’t get off at any place in between. I got off in a few places to look around. The bus started from  the Pier and the first place I got off was Victoria Peak. It’s the highest mountain in the Island and from there you get a really good view of the city. There is a really cool tram that you can take to go up the hill. The ride takes about 10 minutes and it is quite a steep climb up. The view from the top of the peak is breathtaking. The sky terrace which is on top of the Peak tower (a building at the peak) offers the best 360 degree view of the city. The whole city can be seen from there. When I came back down, I saw a huge queue for the tram. It was a good thing I went there early.

Hong Kong - The Peak

The Peak

Next I stopped for the Sampan Ride. It is a ride on the sampans. There are apparently people who still live on the boats in that place. The boat I went in was small and was operated by an elderly lady. There were only 6 of us in total in the boat. The ride was very nice. There was a floating restaurant on the way. The lady asked if I wanted to take a photo in front of it and I gladly obliged. She did a really good job of turning the boat around so the floating restaurant was exactly in the centre behind me.

Floating Restaurant

Floating Restaurant

One thing I realised about Hong Kong was that there were many older tall buildings among the new buildings. This was very interesting to me because in Tokyo you don’t really come across that many buildings that look old, especially in the main commercial areas. But in Hong Kong it looked like for every ten buildings that were new and modern looking, there was one building that looked old, with many having window air conditioners. I wondered if it was because Hong Kong is a much older city than Singapore or Tokyo. The British occupied Hong Kong after the First Opium war (1839-42) and later took many parts of the island and new territories for lease from China in 1898. Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997 when the lease expired.

The Peak 2

The Peak

I got back to the Pier at around 1 PM and then took the ferry across. It was a very short ride. Once on the other side I went hunting for another restaurant for lunch. I found a local restaurant and ordered some kind of flat noodles. It had too much oil in it. The taste was ok. After this I was waiting for the next bus at a junction. There was an Indian guy trying to talk to strangers and was asking them something. At first I thought he was a pimp or something. But later it looked like he was asking people if they wanted a tailor made suit. It was strange. Next I got on the bus again for a tour around Kawloon. By the time I got on this bus I was actually really tired and slept for about an hour on the bus. From this route you can see some amazing views of the harbour.

Hong Kong Ship

Hong Kong Harbour

I took the Airport Express back from Kawloon station to Hong Kong Airport. It was a long day, but a day well spent. Even though Hong Kong is like many other cities, it has it’s own charm. The mountains and the sea that are intertwined with the city make it unique. I definitely want to go there again someday to spend a few more days just walking around and getting to know the city more.

I haven’t really posted anything here for a really long time. My brother and I recently made a cover of a song that we both really like by Josh Wilson – “Carry Me”. I thought I’ll share that with everyone.

I’d also like to share this photo I took while I was on vacation in my hometown – Kodaikanal

Silent Valley View

Golden week is a great time to be in Japan as you get many days off. I decided to go on a day trip to Hakone.

Getting there

The best way to visit Hakone is to get the Hakone Free Pass from Odakyu Railways. You can choose either a two-day Pass for 5000 Yen or a three-day Pass for 5500 Yen. The Pass includes one round trip from Shinjuku to Odawara and then, inside the Hakone Free Area, you can use any of the Odakyu transport facilities unlimited number of times. Even if you want to do just a day-trip like me you have to get the two-day Pass.

Travelling around Hakone

The Hakone Free Pass lets you travel on five different modes of transport – Hakone Tozan Train, Hakone Tozan Cable Car, Hakone Ropeway, Hakone Sightseeing Cruise and the different Hakone buses. There are scenic places to see as you travel on most of these routes. The best ones for me were the ride on the Hakone Ropeway and the Sightseeing Cruise on the Pirate Ship. I did the standard travel around Hakone I think. I started at Hakone Yumoto and took the Tozan Railway to Gora, the Cable Car from Gora to Sounzan, the Ropeway from Sounzan to Togendai, the Sightseeing Boat from Togendai to Hakone-Machi, walked from Hakone-Machi to Moto-Hakone and finally took the bus back to Hakone Yumoto. I’ll write a little about some of the things I enjoyed most in the trip.

Hakone Open Air Museum

On our way from Hakone-Yumoto to Gora, I stopped at Chokokunomori where the Hakone Open Air Museum is located. The Entry Fee to the museum is 1600 Yen usually, but if you have the Hakone Free Pass you get a discount of 200 Yen. The museum is quite unique as it is an open air museum. This was the first time I was in an open air museum. Most of the sculptures were placed in the open with nature as the backdrop so the view was quite amazing. I really liked the below statue and three others that were close to it as they overlooked a valley.


Hakone Open Air Museum

As with many art galleries and museums there were a lot of paintings and sculptures of nude people – mostly women. I don’t think I’m a very artistic person. Many of the paintings and sculptures looked disproportional to me. Either the head was too big or the body was too big or something was just shaped funny. My friend said that I didn’t know how to appreciate art!

Art - Apparently

Hakone Open Air Museum


Hakone Open Air Museum

Ropeway and Owakudani

From Sounzan I took the ropeway. The ropeway is a one-stop trip. On route to Lake Ashi, you have to stop at Owakudani and transfer to another ropeway. The views from the ropeway are amazing. The ropeway climbs up from Sounzan and just before reaching Owakudani it goes across a huge valley. I think this part of the ropeway is the most awesome one. After you transfer to the next ropeway at Owakudani it’s all downhill from there.


Volcanic Vapour at Owakudani

Owakudani is an interesting place. It is a volcanic valley with active sulphur vents and hot springs. They have a unique tradition of eating ‘black eggs’ here. Normal eggs are placed inside the hot springs which boils the eggs and also turns the outside shell black because of the sulphur in the springs. The inside of the egg still tastes the same so it’s safe to eat. The place has a pungent smell, again because of the sulphur. Owakudani also offers some great views of Mt. Fuji on a clear day.


Egg Boiled in the Volcanic Hot Springs at Owakudani

Volcanic Pond

A Hot Spring at Owakudani

Lake Ashi

The sightseeing cruise from Togendai to Hakone-Machi on Lake Ashi was really fun. The views of the lake and the surrounding areas, especially the mountains were brilliant. The cruise boat I took from Togendai which was included in the Hakone free pass was themed like a pirate ship. It was pretty cool.

Pirate Ship 1

Pirate Ship in Lake Ashi

Cedar Avenue and Hakone Shrine

From Hakone-Machi I walked to Moto-Hakone along the Cedar Avenue. It’s a nice and quiet walk with cedar trees lined on both sides. Once you reach Moto-Hakone if you walk a little further, you’ll find the Hakone Shrine. Like most Japanese shrines, there are torii gates at certain places on the road indicating that a shrine is present somewhere close. The shrine is on top of a small hill, as usual. As soon as you exit the shrine, if you cross the road, there is a torii in the lake and there is a small pathway along the lake from this torii. This path is also nice to walk on.



Once done, I took the bus back to Hakone Yumoto, and then took the train to Shinjuku. The train ride from Odawara to Shinjuku is about 90 minutes and at the end of the day it felt like a long ride. I think there are more things to do in Hakone and staying there for two days is definitely good. But going on a day trip is fun too, as you can see all the important places even if you do it at a leisurely pace.

Last week I went Bungee Jumping. Yes, that’s right!! Bungee Jumping!! It was scary and fun at the same time. Though I’ve seen it so many times on TV, I’ve never really thought about doing it.


The place we did it was Minakami, a small scenic town in Gunma Prefecture. Minakami is about 150 Kilometers from Tokyo. The easiest way to get there is taking the Shinkansen from Tokyo to Jomo-Kogen which is about 75 Minutes and then taking a bus to Minakami which will be another 10 minutes. But as we wanted to go cheap, we took the local trains to Minakami.

Tokyo –> Ueno –> Takasaki –> Minakami

The travel time was around three hours and the total cost for the round trip was 5880 Yen. By Shinkansen to Jomo-Kogen it would cost you 10480 Yen for a round trip. Minakami is a really beautiful place. There are some beautiful rivers running through the area and there are also many mountains surrounding the town.


River in Minakami

Once you get to Minakami you can take a bus to the bungee jumping place. The cost is 320 Yen. We had booked the 1 PM slot for bungee jumping but got to Minakami by 10 AM, so we decided to walk from Minakami to the bungee jumping bridge. It’s not a long walk, it only took us about 40 minutes to get there even though we stopped at many places to take pictures.


Mountains around Minakami

Bungee Jumping

The Bungee Jumping place is a bridge that crosses the Tonegawa river. Their website claims that this is Japan’s only bridge bungee jumping. It is a 42 metre jump (137 feet). You have to first register yourself at their small office where they will check your weight and also ask you to fill out a form that says that they can’t be held responsible for accidents. Once you’re done with this you’re ready for the jump. You have to make sure that you don’t have any loose objects in your pockets. They strap a harness to your hips and another one to your feet. The bungee cord is connected to both the harnesses. So there is double protection I guess.

Standing at the edge of the platform and looking down is one of the scariest feelings ever. Knowing that in a few seconds you are going to jump of that bridge is frightening. They again check that all the equipments are ready and then give a count down – 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 bungeeeee and it’s time for you to jump. I jumped off straight away. The few seconds that I was in the air were really scary and fun. I screamed at the top of my lungs. When you’re done they lower you onto a small inflatable raft boat waiting below in the river.

Bungee Blog

Anbu – Bungee Jumping

The photo above is my friend Anbu doing his jump. Of the four of us that went bungee jumping that day, he did the best jump I think, so I’ve got his photo in my blog. Below is a photo of my jump.

Bungee 3

My Jump

The cost for jumping once is 7500 Yen and if you want to jump a second time immediately or any time within that year it is 4000 Yen. They give you a certificate in honour of your bravery. You can also get the photos of the jump from their photographer for 2500 Yen if you like. It’s worth paying them for the pictures because the photos they took were really amazing. The people who own ‘Bungy Japan’ are nice and friendly. You can find more details about Bungy Japan here.


After the bungee jump we decided to go to Tanikawa-Dake.  We got a package from Minakami for 2800 Yen which includes a round trip from Minakami to Tanikawa-Dake by bus and also a round trip on the cable car up and down the mountain. The bus ride from Minakawa to Tanikawa-Dake is 20 minutes. It’s been a couple of months since the end of winter so I never imagined that there would be snow on top. While going on the bus itself we could see a bit of snow but when we got on the cable car and went up there were people snowboarding there. I was totally unprepared for snow and was just wearing my sweater so I didn’t really go out much.

Rope car 2

Cable car in Tanikawa-Dake

The view from the cable car was really nice. I think I’m scared of heights. As we went up I tried not to look down too much. On top they have a nice coffee shop where you can sit and enjoy the scenery but unfortunately there was too much mist and fog that day. While coming back it was snowing heavily. But I didn’t complain because it felt a lot safer as I couldn’t see much.

Rope Car View

View from the Cable car – Tanikawa-Dake

It was quite a fun trip. But the travel time was long. We travelled almost eight hours if you include the bus travel times also. But it was worth it I would say.

Have you ever been bungee jumping?

Hama Rikyu Garden

Hama Rikyu is a large garden located in Tokyo. It’s a nice place to just walk around and spend time. Getting there is quite easy. It’s very close to the JR Shimbashi station. It takes about 10 minutes by walk from the station to the Park. The nearest entrance is the Otemon Gate. Admission to the garden is 300 Yen. There is nothing specific to really see in the garden but the environment is really nice as the surrounding area is full of huge buildings but the garden is green and peaceful. There are a number of small ponds in the garden.


Hama Rikyu Garden

There is a tea house somewhere in the middle called ‘Nakajima no ochaya’. It’s really beautiful to see the reflection of the trees in pond from here. If interested you can also go for a boat ride from the garden. One way to Asakusa costs 720 Yen. You can also do a round trip back to the garden for around 1300 Yen. I didn’t go for the boat ride that day as I had planned to go to the Rainbow Bridge afterwards.

Boat House

Nakajima no ochaya

The Rainbow Bridge

The Rainbow Bridge is an iconic structure in Tokyo. It crosses the northern Tokyo Bay between Shibaura Pier and Odaiba. It’s a nice walk across the bridge and there are amazing views on either side. To get to the bridge you can walk from the Tamachi station. It’s almost a straight walk of about 15-20 minutes from the station to the Shibaura anchorage of the bridge. From here you can take an elevator to the 7th floor. Admission is free to walk across the bridge. You’ll have to decide which side of the bridge you want to see. The north side has the Tokyo tower, sky tree and many skyscrapers. The south side has many shipping yards and you could see Mt. Fuji on a clear day. I walked on the north side both while going and coming back.

Bridge - Sun

The Rainbow Bridge

The span of the bridge is 798 metres but the actual walk to the other side of the bridge is almost two kilometres. Once you reach the odaiba side of the bridge there is a small garden where you can sit and relax for a bit before walking back. I went at around 5 PM so by the time I walked back it was around 7. The view of Tokyo city in the night is absolutely amazing. The lights in the buildings and the Tokyo tower are brilliant in the night. I think I’m quite privileged to live in this city.

Tokyo Tower from Rainbow Bridge

Tokyo Tower from Rainbow Bridge

Though I tried really hard I couldn’t get a single good photo of the night view of the city. My camera simply didn’t have it in it. But I got one decent photo of the Tokyo tower before sunset. It was also nice to see the boats and small ships that wandered the Tokyo bay.


Boat in the Tokyo Bay


Cherry blossoms (also called Sakura in Japan) have started blooming a couple of weeks earlier than usual this year. I went to the Ueno Park so I could see the cherry blossoms. The Park is just outside the Ueno JR Station and entry to the park is free. Though I’ve been to Japan many times, this was my first time seeing the cherry blossoms. The whole park was filled with these flowers. It was especially beautiful to walk through some of the pathways that have the cherry blossom trees on both sides.

Sakura - White

Sakura at the Ueno Park

There were two types of cherry blossoms at this Park. One was white whereas the other one was pink. There were a lot more of the white flowers.

Sakura - Pink

Sakura at the Ueno Park

Ueno Park is a great place to spend time. This time of the year is really good because of the Sakura. The Park also has other attractions like some Museums and a Zoo. Since I had been to some of the Museums before, this time I went to the Zoo. One thing to take note of is the fact that the Museums and the Zoo have free entry on certain days of the year and luckily for me, entry to the Zoo was free this day!

Sakura at the Ueno Park

Sakura at the Ueno Park

The Main attraction at the Zoo is the two Giant Pandas that have been brought from China. Since it was one of those free entrance days, the zoo was quite crowded and I had to wait for about thirty minutes to see the Pandas.

Ueno Zoo

Ueno Zoo

The number of animals in the zoo is quite limited. But it’s definitely worth paying a visit once. Coming from India, I found it interesting that they had cows and goats in the zoo. The birds section and the little mammals section had a good collection of animals.

Ueno Zoo

Ueno Zoo

Ueno Zoo

Ueno Zoo

Apart from the Zoo and the Museums there are also some shrines around this area. They sell a lot of traditional Japanese food near the Bentendo Temple. The smell of food is so amazing here.

Bentendo Temple

Bentendo Temple

Ueno Park

Ueno Park

I’m planning to go to the Shinjuku Park next week so I can see the cherry blossoms there too. Where are you planning to see the Sakura this year?


Posted: March 17, 2013 in Japan
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Enoshima is a small island in the city of Fujisawa and Kamakura is an old historic sightseeing area. There are a lot of beaches around this area as well. I had heard about Kamakura and when I looked up what places to see in Kamakura, I realized that Enoshima is also quite close and it makes sense to see both places in a single trip.

Getting There

The best way to see Kamakura and Enoshima is to get the Enoshima-Kamakura Free Pass. The Pass costs you 1430 Yen and it includes one round trip from Shinjuku to Fujisawa and then unlimited rides on both the Enoden Line between Fujisawa and Kamakura and the Odakyu Railways between Fujisawa and Katase-Enoshima. The pass can be bought at Shinjuku. We took the Odakyu Express line from Shinjuku to Fujisawa which is about a one hour ride. Then at Fujisawa, which is the last station we changed to the local Odakyu train and reached Katase-Enoshima.


The Enoshima Island is about a 15 minute walk from this station. The Katase Enoshima station has a unique structure. It is apparently designed to evoke the image of Ryūgū-jō, or Dragon Palace, the underwater dwelling in the Urashima Taro fable. The view of Mt. Fuji from the long bridge that connects Enoshima island to the mainland was amazing.


Mt. Fuji from the bridge to Enoshima

On the Enoshima island we visited the main complex of the Enoshima Shrine. There is no entrance fee for this place. It was interesting to see people washing their money (coins) at the shrine’s pond and then offering it to the statue of a god there.

Enoshima Shrine

Enoshima Shrine

Then we walked back to the Enoshima station, which is about a 10-15 minute walk from the Katase Enoshima Station. From here we took the Enoden line (also called the Enoshima Electric Railway) to Hase. This train ride is quite nice. It is like a tram system that runs through the town and along the coast. The view of the beach from the train is really good.

Enoshima shrine statue

Enoshima Shrine


At Hase there is a temple called Hasedara that we visited. Admission is 300 Yen for this place. The complex is very good. It has a beautiful garden with different types of trees and flowers. There was one Sakura tree that had already blossomed. The complex also houses a huge shrine at the top. You can get a good view of the city and the beaches from here. There is also a small cave inside this place.

Hase Temple

Hasedara Garden

Then we went to see the Great Buddha of Kamakura also called the ‘Kamakura Daibutsu’. It is a bronze statue of Buddha which stands in the grounds of Kotokuin Temple. The height of the statue is 13.35 metres. This statue was built in 1252, so it is a very important national monument for Japan. Admission to this site is 200 Yen and it’s another 20 Yen to go inside the statue.

Hase - Buddha

The Great Buddha of Kamakura

Next we went to the Kamakura station. While we were looking for directions in a map outside the Train station, a kind Japanese man asked us if we needed help. I told him that we were looking for Tsurugaoka Hachimangu. Then he pulled out an English Map of Kamakura which showed all the important places that are in and around Kamakura. I later found that this map is available in this website also. We visited the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. This is apparently Kamakura’s most important shrine. The road leading to the shrine is quite nice. It’s a long road with a couple of Torii gates along the way. As with many other shrines, this shrine is also on top of a small hill.


Pathway to Myohon-Ji Shrine

The final place we visited was the Myohon Ji Shrine. This was a really cool place. There weren’t many people here so it was nice and quiet. The architecture of this shrine looked a bit different from all the other shrines we had visited. The shrine complex also had a graveyard. This was the only shrine where the graveyard wasn’t blocked off.


Gateway of the Myohon-Ji Shrine

There are a number of other shrines also around the Kamakura region that we didn’t visit. From Kamakura we took the Enoden line back to Fujisawa and then the Odakyu Express line to Shinjuku. It was exciting to see all these places in a single day but it was quite long and tiresome too. The weather was pleasant, so that was helpful.

Have you been to any of these places?


Posted: March 9, 2013 in Japan
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Last week I finally got to visit the Tokyo tower. The Tokyo tower stands at 333 metres and is the second tallest structure in Japan. The view from there was absolutely amazing.  On route to the Tokyo tower I also visited the Zojoji temple which is a Buddhist Shrine.

Getting there

There are a few stations that are quite close to the Tokyo tower. But I took the Yamanote line to Hamamatsucho station and walked from there. It’s almost a straight road from the station to the Tokyo Tower

Zojoji temple

Entrance fee: No entrance fee, it’s free!

The Zojoji temple comes before the Tokyo Tower when you walk from the Hamatsucho Station. It is the main temple of the Jodo sect of Japanese Buddhism in the Kanto Region. Interestingly, though this temple was originally built around 1400, it was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War. So all buildings except the Sangedatsu Mon which is the main gate, are re-constructions.

Zojoji 2

The Main Hall

There is a Main Hall which is somewhere in the middle and some other smaller buildings around it. When I was there they were performing some Buddhist ritual in the main hall. People were sitting in lines and they had a small drum kind of thing next to them. Then when the ritual started they uniformly started banging the drums in rhythmic manner. It was quite interesting. There was a message board that said that we’re not allowed to take pictures during the ceremony. In all other places you are free to take photographs as you please.


Sangedatsu Mon – The Main Gate

Behind the Temple there were some graves but access was restricted to this part of the compound. In another building next to the Main hall there were some other Buddhist statues and they were also selling souvenirs. I mostly never buy these kind of souvenirs in Japan. They are simple overpriced. Chopsticks or a small key chain for 500 Yen? – No Thank You!!

Tokyo Tower

Entrance fee

Main Observatory: 820 Yen
Special Observatory: 600 Yen (total 1420 Yen)

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower

The Tokyo Tower is just behind the Temple. To go up to the main observatory the cost is 820 Yen. Once you reach the main observatory, you can get another ticket to go to the special observatory if you want. There is a waiting time of about 45 minutes after you get the ticket at the main observatory to go to the special one. But you can use that time to take a look at things from the main observatory. The main observatory is at 150 metres and the special observatory is at 250 metres. The best time to go is probably in the evening at about 5-6 PM so you can watch the sunset and also view the city in the night. Tokyo looks really beautiful in the night. There is a place in the main observatory from where you can look straight down. It is a glass floor and you can look straight down through it. You can also stand on it. Though you know it is probably a really strong glass it does feel a bit scary because if it breaks, it’s a 150 metre drop. But the chances of that happening are nil.


View from the Main Observatory of the Tokyo Tower

On the way back I had ビーフカツカレー (Beef Cutlet Curry) at Coco Ichibanya Curry House  – one of my favourite food dishes from one of my favourite restaurants in Japan.

Have you been to the Tokyo Tower or the Zojoji temple?


Posted: March 3, 2013 in Music
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Apple opened its iTunes Music Store in India only recently, at the end of last year I think. Since then it’s been really great to be able to download music (legally!!). There’s also Flipkart’s Flyte Music Store, but they don’t really have the same kind of English Music collection like iTunes. The best part about digital music and especially iTunes is the competitive price that they offer in India. The most expensive albums (Usually deluxe versions with some bonus tracks) come up to INR 150 which is about 2.7 USD or 255 YEN right now. So I’ve been downloading and listening to a lot of new music.



About a week back I heard a song on the Radio called Jet Lag by Simple Plan. The tune was really catchy. So I googled the song and then eventually downloaded the whole album. Get Your Heart On! by Simple Plan. It’s one of the best albums I’ve listened to in a while. There are just so many nice songs. It’s quite rare for me to like so many songs in a single album. Some songs are kind of kiddish and I’m not a teenager! But the songs are good. These are the songs I like in the album.

  • You Suck At Love
  • Jet Lag (Feat Natasha Bedingfield)
  • Astronaut
  • Loser Of The Year
  • Anywhere Else But Here
  • This Song Saved My Life
  • Jet Lag (feat. Marie-Mai)

My favourite song is definitely Jet Lag. I downloaded the Album because of that song. There is also a French version of this song in the album. French really sounds beautiful even though I don’t understand a word of it!!

If you listen to any of the songs do let me know what you think!


Posted: February 23, 2013 in Japan
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Got lost looking for Ongakukan Studio in Shinjuku today. But I found this!!

Random Temple