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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

More on Japan

I found some more of Lynettea's pictures to share with you.
The first one is of some koi in a creek near Asakusa shrine in Tokyo. They look quite tasty, don't they. One of them, the pale one on the right, reminds me of one of my fish called Dawn. My biggest fish, actually. Of course I don't eat my fish, as they are my pets. At night she went to a Sizzler restaurant which was overlooking the harbour.
She went on to the balcony outside to take some photos and the guide told her there was a typhoon coming. Well, everyone tried not to show they were scared.
I bet she wished she hadn't left me at home, as I could have been of some help with my advice.

Before she found out about the possible typhoon Lynettea took pictures of the lights in the street outside her hotel.
'But your sparkling eyes are prettier Diamond,' she says. I know she is just trying to soft soap me, but I pretend to be flattered and jump on her lap and purr.

9 comments:

The Whiskeratti said...

What gorgeous pics! TY for sharing, Diamond.

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Mmmm, those koi are such eye candy!

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Hi Diamond! Wow Japan looks so cool!

Team Tabby said...

The typhoon doesn't sound very good, Diamond. Yes, she would have had more protection if you were with her in Tokyo.

Mindy, Moe, BonBon, Cookie & Mike

Penelope said...

Koi is nice fishes. A neighbor had some in a pond. Me likes to watch them. Japan looks beautiful. Thanks for sharing
Love Nellie

Keisha said...

Wow! That looks really pretty! I would try to catch fish with my paw, if I were a kitteh. :)

meowmeowmans said...

Japan is a very cool place! I think I saw that creek when I visited Asakusa Shrine.

Way to fake Lynnete out by acting like you are flattered, Diamond. ;)

lupie said...

Japan looks very YUMMY to us ...
And colorful YUMMY ...
So many to choose ... YUM, YUMM ...

Mom, we want to go JAPAN!

Love, Lucky & Co.

Anita said...

Merry Christmas and happy new year!!