Last summer, I visited my brother in Germany. I shared a bit about that visit with you in this post. I definitely didn't go into as much depth on that visit as I should've. Perhaps I'll stroll down memory lane and share more in the future.
This year, my husband and I spent Christmas with my family while visiting my sister and her family in Japan! I had never been to Japan but I was super excited to reunite with my family and to get out and explore a new country. I have one word to describe Japan: spotless! It was the cleanest country I've ever visited.
Here are some pictures from our visit. And look, I even worked on the 30 Day Photography Challenge!
Our first day in Japan my sister took us on a bike tour of Yokohama. They don't have a car in Japan--they walk, ride their bikes, or take the train everywhere.
|Me on my snazzy bike|
|My husband on his bike--he was ready to roll|
Childhood Memory: Riding bikes with my family. Not everyone in my family went on this bike ride, but going on the ride brought back a lot of memories from my childhood.
|Me, my husband, my brother, my dad, my nephew, and one of my sisters (the one who lives in Japan)|
|We rode all over Yokohama, Japan|
|I must give credit where credit is due: my brother took this picture!|
|A beautiful sunset as we finished our bike ride|
|A view of the Yokohama skyline from my sister and her husband's apartment window--beautiful!|
Over the next couple of weeks, I'll share more pictures and experiences from our visit.
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