I just spent the whole day that day walking and biking around the neighborhood with my sister and of course my camera. We weren't necessarily looking for anything, but I would stop once in a while just to take a snapshot of something. I've decided to share with you some of the photos I took.
The environment is so different from where I live at the moment (I live in Hong Kong right now, for those of you who didn't know), not because it's a whole different country but because the setting and the scenery is totally different. It's a rural environment, you don't hear car honks every second instead it's birds chirping. It's nice when we're here for several weeks but I don't think I'll be able to live here. We don't have Internet at our grandparents' house but we always find something else to do, including shopping (yay!). Though it's kind of sad how I and the people in our generation with modern technology, won't be able to "survive" without Internet for long.
I filmed a "Thru My Eyes" type of video of the neighborhood that we were in and that video will be up on this blog sometime this week. If you're so eager and can't wait to watch it, (haha I don't think any of you are but if you are that's great!) then go ahead and check out my personal/vlog channel which is koharutv on Youtube.
The symbol of the Urawa Family on our grandparents' roof
"Do not litter."