Some Places, Real and Fictional

I don’t travel a lot and I haven’t been so faraway from home. I would love to. There are places I want to visit, both real and fictional.

In real world, Russia is still on the top of my places-to-visit list. I want to watch ballet in Bolshoi Theatre or take Trans Siberian railway journey.

In fictional world, I want to visit Westeros after the place is safe and peaceful enough. But when? We can’t be sure.

Westeros can be a great place to visit. From the cold North to fertile region of the Reach then to the desert of Dorne. I even consider taking Lady Slytherin to Westeros if she doesn’t mind. She’s not much into “A Song of Ice and Fire” but I guess she will agree to travel once Westeros is safe. 

Lady Slytherin is a fan of J. R. R. Tolkien so she may take me to Middle Earth in return. She has always wanted to go to there to meet Thranduil and rule the realm together. Let them rule, I will just visit the Shire. 

Another fictional place to visit, recommended by Elsa, is Cerulean City. I don’t know much about Pokemon but I think it would be a nice place to visit. If I happen to visit Cerulean City, I surely will hire Elsa to be my tour guide.

I ended up writing one real place and three fictional places. It may explain enough about my perspective.

Jigglypuff Cubeecraft

I only know a little about Pokémon but one Pokémon that I know and I find interesting is Jigglypuff. 

Jigglypuff

The cute round Pokémon in the image above is Jigglypuff. Read more here. Jigglypuff can sing lullaby until its opponent falls asleep. Moral of the story: in the battle, no matter how smart or strong you are, if you’re unconscious, you lose. 

 
Today I made a Jigglypuff cubeecraft. You can download the model here.
 
Jigglypuff Cubeecraft

Cubeecraft version of Jigglypuff is not round but it’s still cute.