Shinjuku By Night & Au Revoir

As some of you already know, I am off again, this time with R to Laos & Cambodia for two weeks.

That is misleading actually. R was very sure he didn’t want an in depth cultural immersion, so we are only going to Luang Prabang and Siem Reap, with brief stopovers in Vientiane and Phnom Penh. Plus 5 days in Bangkok on our way back. Shall have to return alone someday, to wander those intriguing smaller towns in both countries. (Or perhaps organise group tours ….that way, I kill two birds with one stone :-D)

I have so many loose ends to tie up before we leave on Saturday night, so this is going to be my last post for a while. You might still find me lurking around your blogs at odd hours though. Unless my laptop and mobile devices get confiscated!

Meanwhile hope you enjoy these photos of the iconic lights of Shinjuku. The last two are of a fab little bar nearby, that my sister and I escaped to with a few other friends. Our arrival instantly skewed the average age of their patrons upwards! (Just so you know, I was the youngest in our group.). Not that it bothered any of us. The images are quite shaken and stirred I am afraid, but that proves we were having fun right?

Au revoir…..Sonk Dii Der…..See you soon guys!

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Hi, I'm Madhu. Wanderer. Travel blogger. Story teller. Bitten late and hard by the travel bug, I am on a mission to make up for lost time.

66 thoughts on “Shinjuku By Night & Au Revoir

  1. Hi,
    Shinjuku at Tokyo night it’s fabulous. Japan to me it’s absolutely beautiful.
    Rimas

  2. I have gotten very far behind in my blogging, between the holidays and a work deadline, but now I get to catch up on your adventures. The header on this bog is so appealing! The photos are wonderful, lively, and remind me of New York.

    It is one adventure after another! This one sounds really exciting, Madhu. I can’t wait to hear about it. Have a great time and come home safe, with lots of pictures and stories. Warmly, Naomi

  3. Tokyo is one of my all time favorite cities….did you happen to walk around the Golden Gai when you were in this part of town? Greg and I wanted so badly to eat at one of the restaurants in there, but I don’t think they have an appreication for tourists – lol

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