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... had said the trip would take and thankfully it ended up at the right place. Somehow I ended up at the airport with plenty of time to kill. But I had plenty of Japanese Yen to get rid of and expecting a similar flight to the Jetstar one I made sure to have a good feed. I also made a trip to the duty free store to buy some Japanese souvenirs, chopsticks and a cute four piece Sake kit.
Once stepping on the plane I knew it would be ...
After catching a bullet train to Nagoya to meet Caitlin we made the journey back to her place and talked about all the exciting things we could get up to. Whilst she was at work I spent the morning catching up on sleep before heading down the road to the Louvre Sculpture Museum. My fingers and nose felt like they were going to fall off so I'll have to make sure I keep them covered.
For dinner we had a ...
My mom and I had a great trip to Mie on 2 days 1 night. On Day 1, it was raining. So we just drove to Sakakibara Onsen and enjoyed the hot spring. On our way, we had Sanuki udon noodle soup and it was pretty good. Actually, we tried to go to Aoyama Highland on the day, but the way that the receptionist told was blocked. We took another route and reached the highland on the next day. On Day 2, we visited Aoyama Highland with 47 windmills, Ise ...
... br> very hard. At least it enabled us to test all our waterproof gear for the rest
of the trip!
After lunch, we went back to Toba to visit the Mikimoto Pearl Museum. We
didn’t learn anything new compared to what we saw in French Polynesia during
our honeymoon but the museum had quite a few examples of pearls and creations
made during Mikimoto’s history (very famous brand in Japan and all over the
... freely-- in Shintoism, deer are seen as the messengers of the Gods. It's only right for them to walk around there!
Next up was Todaiji! Jordy and Kimberley, still templed out waited outside as I went in to see the largest wooden building in the world! Todaiji actually used to be 2x larger, but it was partially destroyed and never rebuilt in the same scale unfortunately. It was still extremely impressive to see and ...