Hotel Select Inn Isehara
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... appreciate the opportunity Form2000 has given me to experience this fascinating culture first hand. I have learnt so much about the Amada world and machines, equipment and technologies which i will benefit from back in Melbourne. Looking forward to a bit of sightseeing in Tokyo this afternoon before heading back to the airport hoping for a better seat on the way home. ...
... either side of us were putting through 3 to our 1! We hasn't had breakfast at that stage so we got a bite to eat before getting on the plane and a horrible horrible ice coffee...nothing made it taste good so amazing even Scott through his out and we got ice chocolate instead! Saw the A380 and it was HUGE! Scott was most impressed. We checked in and we were most excited when we realised that our seats were ...
... number two under the southern hemisphere stars.
The morning gave opportunity to try making pancakes on a camp fire. This turned out to be scrambled pancake but with the fresh yogurt that Rhys had left overnight in the hotpool it was quite the tasty breakfast. A local Weka even came along for a taste and almost made off with Tim’s headtorch before Naomi heroically stopped the criminal having his way. We had a morning warm-up dip (as you do) before ...
... 20 years to when I visited Disneyworld in Orlando.
We went in search of the Big Thunder Mountain, the only ride I really wanted to go on and it was bloody closed. So we bit the bullet and joined the estimated 45 minute wait for Space Mountain.
It was just about exactly 45 minutes before we boarded that three minute ride.
It was bloody fantastic. I’ll have to try and find my trip diary from 1992 and see what I said ...
Yom HaSoaa - I read YNET. Sad.
I went out to the Imperial Gardens, without any farther plans. It was nice - long HOMOT walls, many flowers, but the cherry trees blossom is fallen, although the winter was cold and the Sakura was late.
I went to the nearby National modern art museum - nice, they did not take money from me, as I declared I am over 65 years old, although I had no passport.
I went to south Ueno, ate Indian food. I went to the ...