The Cousin-in-law's Visit

The cousin-in-law flew in from Japan to spend a couple of days with us. She plied us with Japanese mochi, and cute Japanese souvenirs.

Being British, she missed UK's High Street brands, so it was a day of Topshop, Miss Selfridge, Warehouse and River Island shopping yesterday.

Being the planner I am, I arranged her itinerary such that she could do all that she wanted in the shortest time :) It was appointments with the Spa for a deep tissue massage, the hair stylist for a hair wash and cut, lots of different food places, a trip to Haji Lane, and to Harry's at the Esplanade to listen to Paul Ponnadurai.

We also made her play her scratch take track for us. I was thrilled to listen to her husky singing voice. If she ever becomes famous one day, we'll be her fans for sure! =)


Jo said...

What is that wonderful thing in the picture? Is that mochi ice cream? It's making my mouth water. :-)

Anonymous said...

what a lovely couple of days!!! a thoughtful itinerary indeed!

Corsage@A Dollop Of Me said...

jo: Haha, that's actually Cookies and Cream ice-cream dunked in iced coffee! The ice-cream is made locally. She didn't want anything Japanese while here!

imp: Yes, I really enjoy doing this :) Bring it on!