❈ ~ “I wonder where I should go first?” He asked no one in particular as his feet continued to move, left foot in front of right, right in front of left, and so on. He was holding a small map in his hands, trying to see which place he could spend his afternoon in, or where he could grab a bite to eat. He wasn’t really in the mood to go back to the hotel yet, as exploring the new world was his top priority.
❈ ~ “Oh! Julia’s Kingdom sounds like a fun place to start!” With that in mind, he folded the small map and placed it in one of his many pockets, already picking up some speed as he ran for Julia’s Kingdom.
Once he had reached the place, he was kind of shocked with the amount of people in the area. Was there a party right now? He could hear the sounds of cooking utensils, the crowd buzzing, the sound of footsteps, sellers’ voices advertising their products and what-not. He could smell the wonderful aroma of different kinds of food, smells of spices that made his stomach growl in anticipation.
He went in and got overwhelmed by the flow of the crowd, accidentally bumping onto someone beside him.
❈ ~ “Sorry, I didn’t see where—” And he looked at the person he had bumped against, and couldn’t believe his eyes.
❈ ~ “Hey! You look just like me!”
Things have been progressing slowly since his arrival at the park. Though getting to his hotel room provided to break up the normality of things, it was only a one-time deal. On one hand, Roxas was grateful for that (like hell he could pull that off twice), but on the other hand…it was different. Interesting.
Having not really left his room much probably didn’t help his lack of excitement.
aving>Word on the floor the other day, however, held promise of more exciting times. A party being held in Julia’s Kingdom piqued his interest - good reason to leave his room, and perhaps an opportunity to make a friend or two?
Roxas knew the park would be fairly busy, any party would bring in at least a few guests, but he wasn’t prepared to face a crowd of this scale. He wove into the crowd, navigating through a sea of strangers, careful not to bump into anyone.
His efforts went to waste when he felt someone bump into him anyway, knocking him just barely off balance.
“Hey, watch it-!” He started, before trailing off. Was he staring in a mirror? This wasn’t the funhouse…
“More like you look like me,” he raised his brow, clearly he was the original here hello, “who ARE you?” God forbid this was one of those obssessive weirdos…though this guy didn’t seem to give off that vibe.