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The Tokyo Dome and Rollercoaster

May 4, 2013

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I chanced upon the world-famous Tokyo Dome yesterday while looking for a spot to read my case studies for my Day 4 Term Paper Reports for my MBA studies. A lot of baseball fans flocked Korakuen Station and for a minute, I also wanted to queue and watch a game myself. But then, soon enough, I realized I have to focus on my deliverables first especially since I know time and time again that “procrastination kills.” Besides, with everyone wearing their favorite jerseys and team outfits, I would surely look so alone watching a Japanese baseball game all by myself.

Perhaps next time? Especially when I already received my paycheck from my internship here.

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I also saw the roller coaster in front of the Tokyo Dome. I don’t know what it’s called but for sure it’s one ride I wouldn’t wanna dare take at this time and age. I remember my first and only experience riding a roller coaster, it was one in my country’s Enchanted Kingdom in Laguna. I was fresh off from the graveyard shift of a call center job while in college and for some reason, we all decided to have a weekend day out at EK without any sleep.

Needless to say, riding my first roller coaster without a decent breakfast was a bad idea. I slept on a bench the entire day we were there since I was too dizzy to stand up. Seriously. My colleagues had to drag me from the ride.

It was so embarrassing them. It’s funny to remember that stupid experience now.

Photobomb Level: Japanese

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  1. May 4, 2013 8:34 am

    Reblogged this on misentopop.

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