This was the best day of all the days in Osaka dee....not only did I get to FRESH new places in Osaka, Randy is, FINALLY going back to where he belongs....hahaha(just joking, dont take it so personally!) Well, today, Me, Randy, Fook Hee, Shi Han & Miss Soo was supposed to meet up with Ghai Leong and some of the other Malays ppl from PPKTJ but Ghai Leong already had another plan set up(which is to walk around Osaka town.....sorry, can't do it anymore....tooo tired of the place dee) so we all ended up going to our seperate places.
First thing, to the Food Exhibition we go....No wait! We dont have time because we wanted to go to the Osaka Aquarium also so we had to forgo that...haih....but look at the bright side, wont be complaning bout eating too much while I'm at Osaka(always does happen). When we reached the aquarium, the first fish I saw was no other than "sardin" fishes packed up in a single place. No I'm no refering to real fishes, its our own species, the human kind, packed in a place a size of 3/4 of a football field. With so many different ppl wanting to see those lucky fishes, It took aproxmianately 1 hour of quing before I could even enter the ticketing area. Fortunately, this aquarium is so huge(unlike the money wasting, boring, soo puny Langkawi's aquarium!) it could practically fill the millions eager to pay 2000yen for an entry ticket!
During the queue, we actually saw 3 Malay girls(I think they are Malays though) with 2 wearing headskarfs we typically see in M'sia. What a feeling! Were like, "War! Kawan....M'sians....Ohana(family in Hawaian)". Everyone was damn eager to talk to them but none seems to have the 'guts' to break the ice...yes! Evan Randy or me....maybe its because of the scorching sun burning any mood we have left to talk. So there goes Ohana.....sayonara
Back to my topic.....I was kinda heartached to pay 2000 yen just to watch fishes swim in the beginning. What happens if its the same shit like what I wasted in Langkawi? However, I think I can trust the millions who are eager(the look on their faces) to.... So I reluctlantly paid my share and in I go.....ok, we were greeted by the workers with their all so pretentious smile with a loud "Konichiwa" which I think they must have repeated for like millions of time until they could have a nightmare by just thinking about it. We then boarded an escalator which brought us to the 5th floor of the aquarium. The journey itself took like a minute but since we could see the sea from there, there goes us happy snapping pics as if we havent seen the sea before (Well, kinda true though, Nara has got no sea around it and I havent seen any since I left Penang!)
The 1st part was the Japanese forest, with a boast of flora and founa from Japan's forest. Nothing special though, but I like the concept of putting a forest inside a building and the trees are still triving!
I would like to further describe about this aquarium but 3 hours of new experience is hard for me to explain in a 'short' blog....wait till anyone of u readers are here in Osaka, check it out yourself!(call me too if u dont mind some noise!)