Funabashi Daiichi Hotel
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... one of my other hostesses in Japan, Lily. She invited me over to one of her other apartments to have a drink and meet the current renter of the apartment, Natalie. At the top of the complex there is a sky lounge. At the 44th floor. It. Was. Awesome. The view at night was just spectacular and the company was also very nice. No, nothing happened, I am a gentleman. (This is what a man who never gets any calls himself)
All and all a pretty decent day, don't you think?
... Each picture uses around ten slabs of wood. Which are each individually carved by hand with a chisel. Each block giving you a different depth in the picture. Then the desired block of wood is then painted and then placed onto the paper. Each painting takes weeks to do he explained, i just could not believe the skill and time involved. We had to buy one just because it was cool, he was a nice guy, oh and he gave me a can of beer too. We bought a painting of one of the temples ...
... it fits. But it's not organised in the slightest.
Then I spent some time talking to my room mate (Fiona - same as the first night) and that brings we to now. Writing in my diary, with no emotion left in me. I am completely numb. I have said goodbye to my family - Azim, Patricia, Bhavya, Leiming, Weivan and Alfonso, not knowing when of if I will ever see them again.
Yeah I'm going to sleep to think of my family now -
... But to my surprise and deepest desires Bon concurred with the ridiculous prices and we moved on. That's my girl. We spent about 15 mins going through the clothing floors and about 2 hours in the food hall so its probably safe to say that we concur with the reviewers that the food hall is the highlight of the dept store. The choices of Japanese Cuisine and desserts was endless. We felt like we were in a foody's paradise. The best part about it was they were ...
... reset my 30 day visa, so that in the end, I’d end up with multiple extentions for my initial 30 day on-arrival visa, b) I wasn’t even going to be in Thailand that much, most of my trip would be traveling back and forth between Thailand and other nations, and c) EVEN IF I stayed in Bangkok the whole time, it would be super easy for me to just go get a visa extenstion OR just pay the tiny fine they impose on tourists who stay longer than 30 days on a 30 ...
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