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... thought, it wasn't there. I'm sure it should be just here! But alas, it wasn't, so we headed into the Jetlag Club for a beer.
The Jetlag Club is a fantastic little bar that Dad found out about via his cabin crew contacts. Decked out, wall, to floor, to roof with old - and some new - flying memorabilia. As Narita is an airport town, there are literally thousands and thousands of cabin crew and pilots staying throughout the year, and The Jetlag Club ...
... 9pm. We ended up in a restaurant with pictures & pointed at a few things which arrived within 2 minutes of ordering. Helen was convinced that it was a tripe restaurant but it tasted ok and we were tired & hungry. We collapsed back at our dorm and got into our hotel provided pyjamas - they are very much like hospital gowns and we look like we're ready for an operation! Our private guide is meeting us at 9am ...
... relief for "someone" who threw her back out twisting and lifting her suitcase.
Our hotel shuttle will take us back for the 15 minute ride to the airport at 0800. We'll continue our JAL flight to Bangkok and hope to arrive there around 1600.
We'll talk to you from there.
I'm having trouble transferring pictures from my camera to the iPad via wifi. Plz be ...
... very impressive!
We than took the tour bus (as the weather started to be very miserable-heavy rain) and were headed towards science museum, which was closed by the time we reached it. We have decided to eat some dinner and discovered amazing place 'Torikizoku Nagoya' where we tried several different Japaneese style dishes!
We are heading to Osaka tomorrow, hopefully the weather will be better. Goodnight!
... anyway to the end of the line and then take a taxi, thereby saving 5 Bhatt ($0.16) and getting to ride the skytrain! We paid with our newly exchanged baht and received two red plastic tokens. Were to we to deposited them into the turn styles actually made of two opposing red tri-layered, symmetrically narrowing, folding plastic gates? No! The tokens were micro chipped to be held up to the sensor and the plastic contracted to let us through.We sat opposite a very creepy Thai man, wearing ...