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... increasingly irritated by recent events in Australian politics. Whilst I have no intentions of launching into a rant here, I am just so disappointed (you know, in the way that parents use the word to make you feel guilty ha) by the prospects for the upcoming election. And upon saying that, why is it that I am am more aware of Australian politics now that I live outside of Australia than when I lived in Canberra itself?! Gaahhh.
Admittedly the reason behind why I was staying ...
... Then dinner at Washington Hotel in George Town. Another highlight of today was meeting some Niuean students. They are very nice boys they even sat in the hallway with us while we were waiting for our laundry. Overall I really enjoyed today and hope tomorrow will be even better. Oh I forgot to mention it wasn't part of our schedule but we went on the Tokyo Giant Wheel ride meaning a Ferris Wheel ride. Boy it was the meanest. The view from up there was amazing and ...
... on a highway bus right in front of Disney Sea which took us straight to Shinjuku Station in the heart of Tokyo.
Being the busiest station in the world with over 1.2 million passengers traveling through there every day, it took us 15 minutes just to navigate the damn thing and figure out how to get out! With that figured out, it was an easy 10 minute walk to our “hotel”. Man, this hotel ...
... the Caribbean was closed for refurbishment. We would
have loved to see Japanese pirates because the French pirates had us cracking
up! Strangely though, the Pirates ride was in a New Orleans Square mini land
much like the full land in Anaheim. It had the Blue Bayou restaurant and
everything, just no elusive Club 33.
That’s it for Disneyland for today! We were very happy with
the park and had a great time there!
... Jen!). I’m sure it is a great show since Mt Prometheus gets involved. Here are a few night shots anyway:
We went back to the room and stopped at the hotel convenience store to pick up dinner. I know what you are thinking but you quickly learn that the convenience stores out here are known for serving excellent food which is very fresh and reasonably priced. Here was Mike’s dinner: