Breeze Bay Hotel Resort & Spa
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Mike had a long, hard week, so we needed to plan something fun for this holiday weekend. We started off Friday night with a happy hour picnic at Zushi Beach. We packed a bottle of wine, bread, cheeses, salami and olives. Will played in the sand while we watched an amazing sunset. Not a bad start at all. Today we ventured to Yokohama to meet the my friend Annaliesse's family at Oktoberfest. Two trains and less than hour later, we arrived. The gates were about to open as ...
... out to be a little more than ¥23,000. I feel like I bought so much but that ¥23,000 lasted me the whole time I was in Japan.
I know this may sound like such an American thing to do, but I went to McDonald’s. Before you start moaning about how I am in a country known for certain foods, I would just like to say that the first food I ate in Japan was sushi and this McDonald’s would not be the last thing I would eat either so I void out your argument. ...
... super fashionable to the occasional person in lazy Sunday clothes. The roads are obviously filled with traffic. Next, think about what it would be like to have trucks, transporting whatever goods they transport, emblazoned not with the emblem or logo of the transport company, but instead with the latest single from One Direction, Justin Bieber or even Metallica.
Are you with me so far? I am not done yet.
Now have these trucks blaring their product through ...
... rooms of the Nepalese guys were open as we arrived back at the hostel and the state they had left them in was appalling. Amongst the rubbish were receipts, clothing tags, packaging and so many plastic bags. Rach took her time to carefully take photos of the evidence and kicked herself that she hadn't confronted them before they left.
We slept a lot on return to the hostel no doubt dreaming about tuna. At about 5.30pm we left the hostel to get to Western Union knowing ...
... they search your bags, the second is they wand you for metal and the 3rd they pat you down.
Once I was finally in place for my hour wait for the Emperor and his family to come to their glass window, I found I the people next to me were from Vancouver, Washington, so was nice to talk to someone while I waited. This lady and her friend were ...