Intl Saturdays 49: What should I get?

Was walking around the Asakusa temple premises, when I came across this brother-sister duo engrossed in selecting just the right animal to add to their collection. It was funny to notice how those kids when presented with such a variety of toys, were behaving quite surprisingly like adults – holding each animal in their hand, checking if it had all its feet, comparing two animals, consulting each other and so on. Their parents were busy elsewhere, letting the toddlers make this important decision for themselves. I honestly don’t know what they ended up purchasing, as they weren’t so easy to please.

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Ciao

Intl Saturdays 11: Shoegasm

Takeshita Dori opposite the Harajuku metro station has numerous such shops. This particular shop had laid out all their ladies’ shoes in this very unconventional manner which immediately grabbed my attention from afar. Thanks to the cooler climate of Tokyo, these shoes have optimum insulation for the ankles. While the tag says 50 per cent off, they were still quite expensive by Indian standards.
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An unfulfilled bet

I was walking around the market place in Mt. Abu with a friend, when we came across this shop of glares and noticed this young chap looking at our cameras. He was holding fort till his uncle would get back to the shop. 
I told him that I’d show him some magic. I would click him as well as my friend in the same frame, catch being, my friend would not stand beside him. He was kinda surprised and said i cannot do it. It was a bet.
His smile widened after he saw the image, and saw me in it too. But, he did not keep his part of the bet. Which was to give us those glares for free. Smart.

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Ciao