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... of getting into it. There were many layers and a lot of tightening. Although I've never worn a griddle, I equate it to something similar as everything was sucked in. After getting into the kimono, I had to sit down and the hair piece was added. It wasn't heavy at all. During the photo shoot the photographer put me into different positions and gave me different props to best show off the kimono. It was a bit disappointing that I wasn't allowed to try my ...
... side by side with a modern fighting game and looking as out of place as me was a 25 year old Super Mario arcade cabinet. Truly strange. If the living world here is mysterious the TV world is a true enigma. While relaxing in or hotel room we were treated to quite a few television gems, But one "game show" truly stood out from the rest. The premise of the show was unknown to us but the gist of the "game" is ...
... Waiheke Island where we took a wine tour of four vinyards and ate the most delectible meal with an awesome view at MudBrick winery. It's worth a futre repeat business.
Our hotel, The Langham was great and we opted to buy a breakfast and cocktails package from them, the result being that we ate and drank quite well.
Our 3 1/2 hourtrip to Sydney was on Emitates and was a steal at $143. Its economy seating is by far the best that we've ...
... places, arcades and for Manga
fans it's heaven; definitely worth checking out.
It was time to head to Mount Fuji via
the excellent Japanese rail system. The bullet trains are 16
carriages long, meaning they carry around 1600 people, and they leave
every 20 minutes or so! The journey did require 3 changes though,
each time the train was smaller and the scenery more remote. Our last
train ended up being a local two carriage ...
... some spam misubi (spam and rice hed together with seaweed)...at least I think it was spam. The cashier was really chipper at 6 in the morning, and asked if I wanted the sushi heated. I nodded and said "Hai, atsui!" ("Yes, hot"!). He microwaved it while it was still inside the plastic wrapper. Was this safe? Who cares? It was insanely early and I was hungry. I walked down the street toward the Tokyo Skytree, the second tallest structure in the world. I didn't ...