I had a REALLY great day in Technology today. At the beginning of class, we were supposed to choose the place we wanted to study for the Travel Agent project. I guess choosing the place was first come- no, first type, first serve. This silly laptop had to be charged (I am soooo carrying around a desktop with me in college), and somebody chose Tokyo, Japan before me. Please don’t think I’m spoiled or anything, because I’m so far from that, but I was really, really sad. Then, the person who selected Tokyo, Japan most likely knew that I wanted to do that city, and absolutely adored it, actually let me have it. That was EXTREMELY nice of her, I mean like, thank you will not cut it. I’ll work extra harder on this project to prove I deserved to work on Tokyo, Japan. I am extremely thankful! Thank you once again Kayla, that was very nice!
A nice place to visit in Tokyo, Japan, was the National Musuem of Nature and Science, which sounds cool to me also.
For all the shoppers out there, an extremely well-known, shopping center area place, whatever-you-call-it, filled with- know what? Why don’t we just call it a shopping area? It’s a beautiful place to go to it seems, crowded from the popularity. If a lot of people are there, you must know it’s amazing. Would you want to go to a completely empty shopping area? And I mean, a shopping area that’s always empty, and not because you’re the first ones out waiting for the stores to open. No? That’s right.
The Ginza is filled with different people, wearing different styles. You should go there and take a look!
Another thing you can do in Tokyo, Japan is just simply bike around. There’s plenty of cool sights to see, by pedaling on two wheels. It’s also cheaper than taking the bus, or some other transportation. Be sure to pack your bento box!
Blend in with the crowd…
Or seperate yourself from them.