...we've definitely been stressing over here. The professors don't understand that a rigorous workload wasn't supposed to be part of the picture ...hahahaha only in my dreams....
In other news, Tyler dragged me to see a Kabuki play last weekend. Most people don't know this, but I have a pretty short attention span. I can barely watch a movie, let alone a play. So on our way to the show, Ty explains most of the plot to me (which is actually an interesting part of Japanese history) and what Kabuki is like. OK good so far. Then he says it will last around 3 hours. WTF? 3 hours? Ok you can do it summer.
|A little boring but it will be ok...|
|Yess!!! More than 3 people!|
|Zzzzzz....by this point even Ty fell asleep for a bit|
5 hours later. Not OK: Tyler, I'm going to kill you. Not only was the play 5 hours long, but half of the time the actors weren't moving. I seriously used my binoculars to people watch half the time. I know, I'm a creeper. Let's just say a lot of people were as bored as I was; half of them were asleep. So much for immersing myself in the culture.
On another note, we finally made it out to Tokyo's DisneySea (sorta like California Adventure). I don't what it is about themeparks out here, but we're literally addicted... I think we may have a problem. In the end, we find it excusable because while most of the other students spend a lot of money on clothes and merchandise, we go to themeparks. Anyhow, DisneySea has to be one of the most intricately designed parks I've ever seen. Minus the people, it was breathtaking. The rides...well, yeah they weren't that great. However, the lines were really short, the people were entertaining to watch, and it was SOOOOOOOOOOO much better than Tokyo Disneyland.
|All of the Japanese girls were dressed as Minnie. ALL OF THEM >.<|
|"Under the sea" yepp, song's in my head too~|
(I know I'm stalkerish, but I had to show you)