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... sauerkraut, a German band. "Chopsticks and tons of Japanese people," my husband sarcastically chimed in when I made the observation. I maintain it was a well-done celebration. There were lots of different beers to try--the favorite being a vanilla stout. The crowd was very enthusiastic dancing and singing, "Ein Prosit", participating in Congo lines, and of course toasting. Will's exhausted his ability to sit still just about the time Annaliesse and her family joined ...
... were the best chicken nuggets I have ever had at a McDonald’s. I have no idea what they made them with but it certainly isn’t what the Americans are using. America needs to step their game.
Day two I was scheduled on an SAS trip to Mt. Fuji and Hakone. It was about an hour and a half bus ride to the mountain. Our tour guide was very nice and the facts that she gave us along the way were very interesting. Sometimes you get tour guides that give you ...
... yet? If not, you’ve already been there and can no longer be put off by this spectacle. Good for you, now stop complaining and let everyone else enjoy my story.
Okay, so loudness with bright lights and lots of people, these are all there in your mind, correct?
The crossing itself isn’t 150 meters wide or anything, nothing like that. One thing you do need to know about the lights at this crossing is that all lights for pedestrians turn green at ...
... girls drumming in synchronisation dressed in colourful attire. It was crazy, psychedelic, weird, sexy, futuristic and everything in between. Rach even got to go and punch the lights out of a robot in a boxing ring, it was a knockout! It might have been expensive and slightly odd, but I really enjoyed myself and it was a nice way to say goodbye to Yeshi.
With just enough money to get to Western Union and back I prayed it was going to be open. I arrived outside the ...
... of the trees. You will get the gist though. I really couldn't see him, I held my camera up as high as I could and hoped for the best. They handed out Paper Japenese flags and the photos of everyone waving them are pretty cool.
Got some photos fo the inner grounds, and the huge building where the Emperor meets with other heads of goverments.