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Published: September 28th 2009
Yeah, totally doesn't sell pants. Here's a poster of all the condoms they have.
Days 10-12: September 26-28
Looked up a store online that has prepaid phones, and the closest one that has them FOR SURE was in freaking Harajuku… So I get Lita to go with me, and when we get there, I realized that I forgot my alien registration form and my passport… WONDERFUL! So we walk around for a long time, get smoothies at this place called Forbidden Fruit, and two cute Japanese guys came and sat by us. We walked around some more, walked down Harajuku St. and I finally got my crepe. ‘Twas yummy 😉 We were gonna go to Meiji shrine, but it was 4 when we got out of Harajuku St. and it closed at 4:30. We’ll go next time, because now we have to go back again…
I didn’t do much on Sunday. So, because I felt so lazy, I got Ashley and Chanae to go to the huge 7-11 with me to do grocery shopping. I didn’t get much, but I did get a purse for under $7. Pretty sweet. Stopped by the ATM and got out more money, although I really shouldn’t need it yet… Sometimes you think “Wow! I get all these
Coolest chandelier ever.
great deals, living in Tokyo is so cheap!” Then you look at your wallet, and wonder where the heck all the money went. I haven’t even done that much, and in a little over a week, I’ve spent over $500. I have no clue how that happened… Japanese money fairies or something…
Lita wakes me up to ask if I wanna go with her to go do her alien registration, so I got a shower and did that. I had full intentions of going to Harajuku to try round 2 of getting a prepaid phone from there, but after getting lost for an hour on a bike with no breakfast, I decided I didn’t wanna go anywhere once I got back. At least I don’t feel like I have a bruised vagina this time, so I guess riding the bike was slightly better than last time; only slightly. So now I’ll post the very few pictures I have, I’ll probably cook udon and either the pork or beef I bought yesterday (probably beef), and then I’ll be lazy some more.
And on a mental note: I’m SO tired of living in Japan now. I spend way too much
Forbidden Fruit Glass
Can't see it that well, but it looks really cool.
money, walk and ride the trains way too much (and of course, the trains cost way too much money…), and I depend on people to go with me everywhere. I want American food, where I can read the directions in American, and I can with American utensils. That was my little tantrum for the day. Hopefully I’ll adapt better soon, because I don’t really have a choice now, do I?
Just as a note for people planning a trip to Japan: bring lots of money. You have no clue where it goes after a while. It all seems so cheap, until it adds up.
And as a note to mom: I better have a huge American meal waiting for me when I get home ;p
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