Yesterday I traveled to Luleå because I had something to do there. Because I live a fair distance away from this city I had to drag my ass out of bed early and turn my nose towards the new bus station in town. I went to Luleå with Hasakitsuki because it's no fun to be lonely
So yeah, we biked to the bus station, sat there for about 45 minutes and molded in the morning emptiness until the blue double-decker bus arrived.
|Random bus outside the bus station. No, it's not blue and thus not the one we boarded.|
|More fieeeeeelds and foreeeeeeeests...|
|And don't forget the tractor eggs!|
Oh well, we arrived safe and sound at Luleå bus station and I had to hurry to find the place I needed to go to. I eventually found my way there and everything was fine and dandy again. When done me and Hasakitsuki went to stroll around in the city and our mission was to hunt down a pizzeria.
|We found an awesome looking cathedral instead.|
When we finally found a pizza place –it was actually an Asian restaurant– and when we got to look at the menu the crave for pizza disappeared into thin air.
I didn't end up buying anything but when we went into the game store I saw that there were some used consoles for sale. There were among others a Nintendo Gamecube, Nintendo 64, Game & Watch handhelds, Gameboy Color, Playstation One, 8-bit Nintendo and a Sega Mega Drive! The geek inside me was happy, so much retro stuff! It was tempting I tell you. *grabby hands*
After satisfying the gamer inside me we went to sit in a cafeteria and the main reason –at least for me– was to ease the pain of my screaming feet. Yeah, I had been test-wearing "new" shoes (actually used, bought from a second-hand store) for a coming cosplay and oh dang my feet got blisters and for some reason my right foot hurt a lot more than the left. I dunno why. Good to know at least so that I pack with me reserve shoes for the actual con day when I have to wear these things. Save for the blisters they are comfortable to wear though. The trip back home started after the cafeteria break and that's about it.
Thanks and bye, I will survive!