I love Japan
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I love Japan

Japan is famous for many things including their food. Here, I got to try out some fresh local dishes: Yummy sushi!

Alien culture?
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Alien culture?

Houston, Houston…1, 2, 3 Ruby reporting to earth from Japan. My human bestie and I visited Cosmo Isle Hakui, the only museum dedicated to space race and UFO in Japan. Here, you can learn much about the Space Race age when the USA and USSR were trying to out whisker each other in a craze […]

Join the next walkies!
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Join the next walkies!

Dates for your diary Go Walkeez as part of Norwich Heritage Open Day! Did you know that Norwich has the largest number of surviving medieval churches north of the Alps? Discover the awesome medieval culture of Norwich with our special kids trail FREE | All welcome, see you at the Hostry on the day Meeting […]

Puffin Parade on Skomer Island
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Puffin Parade on Skomer Island

Puffins are the cutest, most adorable birds in the Northern hemisphere, or so we think. They are about the size of a fat pineapple, though weigh far less. They have a chunky body, bright orange webbed feet, and very striking beaks during the breeding season. They fly and swim very well to catch their favorite […]

Made in Japan: In search of the best ever dog bowl
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Made in Japan: In search of the best ever dog bowl

Lucky me! I snuck in on a special tour of a very cool (and FREE) exhibition going on at the British Museum. Made in Japan¬† talks about a family of Japanese potters called Kakiemon (pronounced kaa-kee-ey-moan) who are famous for making very colorful porcelain dishes for 400 years. That’s a long time for a family […]

Pinky’s favorite flower
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Pinky’s favorite flower

This giant ruby red flower is called Amaryllis. It is one of the easiest flowers to bring to bloom, so perfect for beginner gardeners like me! What’s more, it comes in a number of beautiful shades from red, pink, orange, white and even stripie ones and multicolored ones. It originates from the tropical region of […]