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Travel Blogs from Ichihara
... date nights in Japan, synonymous with the 'declarations of love' that are a requirement here before becoming an 'official' couple (pressure is all on you, boys!). Needless to say my sister Tomoko and I decided to look past the overwhelming lovey-doveyness and hit up the bar stalls instead! Cocktails, anyone?
The fireworks themselves were ridiculous. And I mean that in a good way. The way in which you're looking around all "...is this ...
... back around and jumped on again. And again. And again. After the 5th ride, Veronica and I were losing all feeling in our extremities, so we had to keep moving. The girls went through a few more rides and attractions in Toon Town, and it was time for the fireworks.
We grabbed a position with good view of Cinderella's castle, and waited for the fireworks to begin. Good, without being great, Charlotte's summation was "Good. Quite ...
... thoughts, experiences and issues I cover. This particular blog post with cover an introduction to my experience in Japan, including the city I am living in and some of my early pursuits. The next blogs will cover some adventurous excursions, school life as an ALT (Assistant Language Teacher) in Japan, and my reaction to Japanese Society. Hopefully these will be more interesting to write and read about!
... the next themed port to find our first ride for today, which was going to be the Tower of Terror in American waterfront. American Waterfront is based on America in the turn of the 20th century. American Waterfront is also home to the world's largest model ship which has a show everyday wishing it Bon Voyage (we did not get to see this). American waterfront also houses Broadway (which if I hadn't been with all boys I would have gone to).
The queue for the Tower of ...
December 16, 2009
Last night we went to the Mano family's for Shabu-shabu, it was Jeff’s first time since arriving and we were looking forward to it a lot! Mel and Toshi joined us and we sat down to begin our wonderful meal. The family was gracious as always and began to serve us. This time we were treated to fried oysters (I didn’t partake, you know my thing with fish) and ...
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