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... then to Andrea, to Galila, and finally to me. Each time after it was passed, we repeated what Aya did. We then admired the utensils as Aya did and she finally collected them and stood up, motioning for us all to do the same. Once we all stood up, we exchanged a final bow and thanked Aya in the little Japanese we all knew by saying, “Arigato” which means thank you in Japanese. Finally we exited through the door to our left. “That was so ...
... it may have looked like part of the grass. I could see the entrance building, it was rounded made of concrete and offered a multi-tier garden on the top. I was stopped on my way inside by the ticket lady and after showing her my paper I was free to enter.
I walked through the huge wooden doors and walked to the reception desk. After giving her my reservation ticket she handed me my ticket (a small piece of film in a cardboard case) for the cinema (to see a film ...
... were both able to successfully purchase tickets to Asakusa station, which was a 20 minute walk from our hostel accommodation. We had a map with detailed photos and instructions to guide us from there.
In our hometown ticket fares are calculated by zones and sections, each with their own associated costs. Sometimes a bit of guesswork is involved in working out how many zones a station is from your current location. If you are caught with ...
... wanted to.We sat for a while trying to flag down a waiter to get our check, and then one of them explained that the number placed in a bowl next to us was supposed to given to a cashier so we could pay. Oh, should have read the guide book on restaurant procedures- lesson learned.
So now we are nestled into our hotel room. If I can figure out the toilet, it will have have been the perfect first day in Japan.
2 of the favourite rides came next, which were Aquatopia and Stormrider. Aquatopia is basically a very simple and mundane ride on a mock hovercraft, which twirls you around and thrusts you towards geysers and waterfalls without actually getting you wet. In the warmer months you have the option of "wet" or "dry", and if you choose "wet" you do get some drenching, but in winter naturally "dry" is your only option. This ride wasn't ...