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... us, nestled in the middle of a shopping area. For us back home, the MCG is a stadium that you can see for miles, is somewhat majestic and stands alone, whereas here, we accidentally stumbled on the dome. Today, there were hundreds and hundreds of people queuing patiently. We guessed it was for Exo Planet, a Korean boyband that we saw were in Japan. Our guesses were confirmed the closer we looked at the people queuing and saw all the merchandise ...
... out of the room. The hotel organised a taxi for us quickly, and even though it was raining lightly, they seemed to have no trouble getting us one, unlike Shanghai!
I instructed the driver to take us to Pia's dorm before continuing on to the airport. Before we had even got as far as Pia's dorm, though, a car traveling on the wrong side of the road hit us on my side. The car was stuck on our car, and they had to ...
... fast-paced, polite, orderly and clean. We looked at several boards and train schedules but decided to drop our packs at the hotel and come back. It was going to take a while to figure out.
Tokyo has a dense system of subways, trains and busses with a dozen different companies. So much more work than visiting a big city with one integrated metro and bus system. The travel brochure we picked up at the JR information office was our ...
Apparently it should only take 45 minutes from where we were staying to get to Disneyland and DisneySea by train.... somehow we managed to take 2 hours!!
After making arrangements with Mel and Dave via Viber to meet out the front of DisneySea we got ready, grabbed some breakfast bread and cafe latte milk from the 7 Eleven and headed to the train station. The instructions we ...
... hills of Mt Fuji, to visit Fuji Q, the amusement park.
Happy to ride what once was the tallest rollercoaster ride at 80 meters, less confidence in some that took you face to the sky at 180 degrees for 60 meters.
Yup. I put my baby pants on.
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