Portraying a sweet kogal in the Shinkansen

The story is simple as can be. She was sitting behind me, but I hadn’t seen her. I was very concentrated expecting to spot the Mount Fuji in any other moment. Suddenly I just realized this kogal was sitting behind me. I kindly asked her whether I could take some pictures, she didn’t speak a word of english but seemed very pleased. Then I proceed among some written text messages as this was the only way she could understand me.

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One Response to “Portraying a sweet kogal in the Shinkansen”

  1. gabi Says:

    Hey Pablo,

    Que buena la historia, no había pensado nunca en documentar estas historias, que de vez en cuando también me pasa una de estas.

    Un abrazo

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