She was at the entrance waiting for him, wearing a leather jacket unzipped to show a white crop top, contrasting with her tanned skin. Her jeans snaked down her legs to disappear into a pair of heeled boots.
Haruka made his way to the entrance, his hands comfortably resting in the pockets of his black jeans that matched his red flannel shirt which he wore a brown leather jacket over despite the warm weather. He spotted Ana immediately and walked over to her, something that almost resembled a smile on his face. "Hey," he greeted her.
"Rides it is," he agreed. He spotted something that sported a bunch of spinning cars that went up and down, connected to one central point. He gestured towards it as he spoke, "How about that one first?"
"The teacups are just so hard to catch up with." They reached the line for the ride that Haruka had suggested. "Five people? Wow, it's like twelve pm and so far this has been the longest line I've seen."
"That is true. Whoever is managing marketing is doing a poor job." The ride stopped and as the riders got off it was soon time for the people in line to get on. "Assuming you're going to sit with me, I don't mind if you scream."
He wrinkled his nose, "I hate the word 'drown'. It's like your about to murder someone by choking them with water." He slipped in besides Ana and waited for one of the officials operating the ride to close the booth door.
"I don't want to find out you have," he muttered. "Sounds life-scarring." The ride started out like most of its kinds, slow and less-entertaining, but a minute later it was dancing around in the sky while others obnoxiously screamed. Haruka sat there, enjoying the scenery and the vantage points from high above as the ride continued.
She was nibbling on fairy floss, that she bought of course (chivalry was dead), and was regarding the crowd which had certainly picked up in the past hour. It was strange, she thought, not to be surrounded by adoring fans. In Earth, she wouldn't ever dare go out somewhere like this without security or a disguise. It was nice.
Haruka, not hungry, had decided not the buy anything to eat or anything to drink as he was relatively fine in both statures. He too had noticed the increase in people at the carnival and felt a ping of annoyance of the possibilty of long lines. "Where do you want to go next?" he asked Ana, since he didn't have an idea of where to go himself.