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... by happy to haunt the Tower of Terror here. On a downside though, it absolutely hammered down with rain from lunchtime onwards, and the morning hadn't seen less than a steady drizzle -if it wasn't so mild you could call it dreich! Never mind though you can't have everything, I think the rain probably kept the crowds down a ...
... remarked, 'Dekai-sugiru...' (see photo below)
Suffice to say that I had a lot on my mind for this trip, other than finally using my PTO, and I can indeed validate Prof. Nishida's endorsement of this Path as legit (#deepthoughts).
One of the best things about traveling that I've only realized during this trip, is that you bump into people who tend to have led a vastly different life from yours.
I went looking ...
... Kaz, who is staying on to visit with his family for a couple of weeks. He and Shogun Brown had a moment, as eyes were misty and the hankys came out. On the limo bus and we are at Narita airport in just over an hour. Another hour to kill before check in, more shopping, duty free, a snack and we're on board for the long haul home. Nearly ...
... out to visit Tokyu hands again because I had broken my headphones at some point on the way back to the hotel, which was about to make the long plane ride miserable. New earbuds acquired along with some washi tape we were off to the station again for our probably last ramen of the trip. We waited in line for about 30 min for some tsukemen style ramen, where the broth is thicker and noodles are served separately to dip in the broth. We enjoyed our meal, ...
... attached. It is a bit long and nothing will fit it. I have a case for the bigger camera, the Panasonic GH2. We venture out with the waterproof backpack that I bought here on the earlier leg. So Joseph manages to use my new bag before I do. I can't complain as he is the pack horse.
I hunted around for a bit and the best choice seemed to be a thick wetsuit material bag. It wasn't the best fit. It was long enough to fit over the lens but too short for the body. ...