My life, stories and shenanigans from Japan


First off, I’ve been researching the stats on my blog and every since I did the post on the Penis Festival my blog views skyrocketed, and for the past week or so I’ve been rated in the top 15 travel blogs.  I also looked at the referral list (where a link to my blog is found), and my blog is now found on sex news websites and weird news websites all over the world.  The most popularly linked picture was the picture of the girl with the red shirt riding the…wooden one.

Just thought you all might like to know some stats.

Well, getting on to the main point, today, I had my first real day of school today (yes, Saturday). First class, I had computer class. Which was pretty easy, even in Japanese. Next was Japanese class with the Scottish boy, Christopher, which was fun, and then I had another Japanese class with a different teacher.  It was one of the most interesting Japanese classes I’ve ever had, considering that we didn’t really study too much Japanese and in fact went and took a bike ride to a park. 

And the park was full of nature. Wonderful, wonderful, nature.  I mean, it was pretty basic stuff like trees and a pond and a duck but really you don’t get much authentic nature in Tokyo, and thus I havn’t seen much nature-y nature for about a month.  And, of course, I took pictures.  Not great pictures, because I took them with my phone, but still. Pictures.

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I was taking a picture of a nice road with cool looking trees and everything but then I was almost hit by a car while I was in the middle of taking the picture so I got a picture of the sidewalk instead.

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I also stopped by Harajuku on the way home.  I took the above picture at a park, and also took a picture of a sign that said “NO SNORKING”, which I, of course, by accidently deleted.

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Comments on: "Today…I saw nature. And it was nice." (4)

  1. School sounds like fun. XD That’s so random to go bike riding though…but whatever. It looks so pretty there!! *-* The pictures are really nice!

  2. Wow~ the pictures are really wonderful! I’d love to live in a place with that kind of scenery, it looks quite relaxing!
    LOL@ snorking.

  3. Hey man, stalking your blog. You’re a funny guy! I’m off to Japan in August for a year, so we’re like… comrades? Or something. I don’t know.

    Anyways, there’s a Scottish exchanger!? I’m so thrilled! I’m Scottish too, and like, no one here does exchanges. Let alone exchanges to this crazy Asian country everyone gets confused with China (that describes me so perfectly… why am I an exchange student, again!?)

    Peace out, and keep blogging!

  4. LOL your hits probably did skyrocket, that’s hilarious, best of luck in school colin!

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