Monday, 25 January 2010
The jetlag meant that I was up pretty early on sunday, which is rare for me. After pottering around and doing some of my Japanese homework (which should have been done when I was in England but didn't quite get around to) we headed out to make the most of a beautiful day. We went to a stunning museum in Omotesando called the Nezu Museum. It has recently been renovated and has a very aesthetically modern feel, housing some beautiful old textiles and pottery from around the world. The garden was just as stunning and we wandered around that for a while, feeling very serene. On sunday evening we went to our first salsa lesson together. Neil had organised it, which is pretty impressive, and we really enjoyed it, even if we probably did look like a pair of wooden planks as we counted out our steps and trod on each other's toes!