Funabashi City Hotel
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... get one it gives you an hour window in which you can come back to skip the line and take the ride). They worked so well, we got our passes (you have to wait an hour or so before you can get the next one, so no you can't run around and get them for each ride all at once!) and we felt a little bad walking past the long lines of people waiting at the rides we went on. We went on Big Thunder Mountain, Splash Mountain, Space Mountain (this one was the best), and ...
... the most of my time here. And when I look back at the photo's of all the events I didn't write about... well, I guess I eat a lot. The pictures included in this post are just a very small selection. I am enjoying life and work much more than I expected. Thinking of it, probably none of my expectations of being an expat in Japan have been met. Perhaps that fact by itself is the only thing that I COULD have expected. ...
... to see all the different Pokemon products. I wish there had been actual poke-balls for purchase but I got some smaller things instead. We went into a Sega arcad and found a photo booth that makes you look like an alien or something. Joe's face in every picture was so perfectly hilarious. We got back to the hotel just in time before we all headed to the Tokyo Dome for a Giants baseball game! The train rides around rush hour are by far the most hilariously ...
... bang on the time that we had planned. The queue for sushi Dai looked short and like we had lucked out, but we would end up queuing for 3 hours. There was a reasonable buzz outside and a bit of chatter in the queue, but after two hours of queuing, I did wonder what we were doing. Once we got to the window and could see the chefs inside I started to get my excitement back and by the time we were at the door, I was beside myself. Kim had also gone from being a ...
... mess of the bathroom. For the next flight we decided to pay a little more for a quiet section ticket on the AirAsia flight and this was a really good move for two reasons. Firstly there were no babies allowed so it was peaceful and secondly it seemed that most people weren’t willing to pay the extra which left us with a free seat next to us. For such a long traveling day things like that really make a difference.
After a really long travel ...
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