Soo, we're here. In f*****g Tokyo. I'm sitting here in my hotel yukata on their wireless. Such. A. Wierd. Feeling. Picture time?? ;)
This was in the Metro on our way to the airport. I was calling some friends whom I hadn't talked to for some days to tell them goodbye. And the other picture issss TAKEOFF, hahaha. My dad and I was all excited about that. The beginning of the journey is that moment! I don't get why people clap at the end of the flight, do it at the beginning, man.
Embassy of Denmarrrrk! Yes, I was there. I saw it. Not really a big deal, haha. I liked that the sign said "Royal Embassy of Denmark" though.
First restaurant-meal in Tokyo. We got to the city at midday, but just bought some junk at AM-PM around the corner. I couldn't eat very well in the plane or yesterday, because I went to the dentists some days ago - and yes, the space between my front teeth is now gone. It disappeared in the crazy time span of 3 hours, so my gums were soooo sore and hurting.
My dad and I headed for Shibuya station and went into 109 where I had to escape - I couldn't take all the impression from all around. Usually I'm a very fast shopper, scanning for whatever I like in a shop. But over here I need to scan for what I don't like, which was a bit too much the first day haha.
It was raining like CRAZY. There was so much water in the streets and we got sooo wet ! I can't say we appreciated the air condition at that point - it was so cold after the rain.
Today my mom and I went to 109 and this time my brain was ready to shop serious. After that we sat down at Starbucks and looked down at Shibuya crossing. It's funny, I always thought I'd be so much bigger.
All three of us then went to Harajuku, to the Meiji Shrine. There was a wedding there - of course. I mean, isn't there always, haha?
After the rain yesterday the heath was surprising and kind of unpleasant. There were no clouds to shield us from it either - damn ;)
My dad was all "Liiiiiv, come take a picture with the big headddd!" but I was like "no !". It was pretty cute though.
We went into the SoftBank shop where they had a whole lot of the new iPhones on display - like 30 or so - and we tried it out. My dad gave it a thumbs-down, haha.
Seriously, this isn't even color edited. My eyes hurt when I looked at these for more than 3 seconds. Anyway, I think they're pretty fun.
Foooooood, mmmmhmhmhmhm. Japanese food would make me 10 kg heavier if I didn't walk so much, haha. But I guess all the walking makes up for the extra food I take in.
Tomorrow we'll go to Izu Island, and I don't really know if there's internet there... We'll see!