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... every time we got out of the elevator. The other decks with staterooms: Baja, Caribe, Dolphin, Emerald, Plaza, were just not as fun. The luggage arrived quickly, and Sommkhit, our room steward, stopped by to introduce himself soon after we got there. Everything was still going smoothly.
This ship continues to have traditional style seatings for dinner, and we requested and were assigned to ...
... Maretha had bought our tickets the day before at the Disney store to avoid queuing to get in and then as soon as we were in we immediately got a fast pass to the Thunder Mountain rollercoster (or jetcoaster as Japanese people call them) which meant we pretty much got on all the rides we wanted to with a few random ones sneaked in. We started the day a bit slow and easy with Pinocchio and then worked our way up to space mountain and thunder mountain. Just before we got on ...
... buy Nadia a lunch bag after the Great Missing Lunch Bag Caper. I quickly digress to tell this story since it does not warrant its own blog entry, but since it relates to Kiddy Land, it's a good place to tell it. One morning, I prepared Nadia's lunch in her yellow lion lunch box as I do every morning, and off we went to school, the lunch box hung around the stroller handle, as it is every day. We get to school and as I take her bookbag off the handle, I discover that there is ...
... fab suprise.
It was about 9.30 ish by now and we were knackered. But, still had an epic walk to the other side of Shinjuku...the more reserved business side...to go to the government offices high rise observation deck. Great views but I think we were just too tired to get the most of it.
So that was our first full day..we returned to the hotel...tried to get into someone else's room..and collapsed from exhaustion.
Thank you backstreet guides...amazing day ...
... announces the end of school ring out for the hundreds of square kilometres around. Wind, which turns Tokyo's otherwise comfortable cold into a bone-tapping chill, threatened to take hats and cameras into space, but unlike the Tokyo Tower, I felt I had something solid underneath me. D works in the building and was in it when the big quake hit last March. "If this thing goes down, we can assume the rest of Tokyo has been destroyed."
I'd visited an exhibition ...
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