arrived at Universal Studios at around half past 12 in the afternoon and to my
surprise, there was no queue. After paying 7,200 yen for the admission ticket,
I immediately made my way to the Harry Potter World timed-entry ticket kiosk. I
really had no intention of exploring USJ again because I already did so a
couple of years back before HPW came to existence. The earliest available time
was at 3 PM, which was more than okay for me. I had more than two hours to
have no problems with castles per se, except that they are like temples to me,
especially if they have the same motif. To some extent, you’ve seen all once
you’ve seen one, unless of course if you are an enthusiast, well-versed, or
perhaps just interested in ancient history. The past could really be amusing,
but for those who do not give a shit, it could translate to boring... OUCH! Who
just pelted me with a rotten egg? Show yourself, I will troll you! Sorry, I’m
schizo sometimes. No. I’m not. Yes, my precious.
appears to be one of Japan’s less popular regions, overlooked by most tourists.
I was not really planning on going here until I found out that a friend from
Imabari was back in his hometown for summer vacation. All I knew was that I had
a Manila – Osaka – Manila flight and that I had three days to spare, or rather,
two, because one was already reserved for Harry Potter World. Thanks to Peach,
travel within Japan is not as expensive as it was before, so I thought why not
give it a shot?