Hotel Sky Court Narita
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... more detail in the full blog.) All our evenings in Kyoto were spent chilling around the kotatsu (a low table in the lounge), chatting and drinking.
13th + 14th -Kawaguchiko + Mt Fuji
Day 1 arrived and went down to lakeside for evening shots of Fuji. Most restaurants closed (?!) so had Lawson's takeout for dinner. Fuji-san is so eye-catching. The snow had partially melted so we didn't quite get the classic shot of it in our photos, but still ...
... they could get to him in his two minute time frame. He was becoming a total **** and started to hassle the woman sat next to him, complaining at her for the poor service. The staff were always polite and friendly and tried to placate him but he just continued for hours until eventually they moved him. I didn't see him again so maybe they just bundled him into the cargo, or slipped him some eye drops into his drink and he spent the rest of the trip in the ...
... but you powered your own spaceship. After a few more rides we decided to head around to 'Toontown' it was quite a bit smaller than the other worlds but still was fun.
Toontown wasn't full of rides, instead it had life size houses of the animated creatures world. There was Minnie's bedroom, Mickey's house, Chip and Dale's tree house and even Donald Ducks boat!
After we had a laugh and look through all these, we decided to move into ...
... offers tennis, track, pool, basketball courts, weight room, and martial arts lessons for the low low price of 70 yen per hour (less than a dollor). I then went on a VERY long journey to city hall and became an officially landed alien (yay me!). I went through the process completely in Japanese! I still feel proud of myself for that one.
That's a glimpse of the last couple of days, but there's just too much to ...
... and sweet and a little misty-eyed as she said thank you and good-bye.
Three different times this week little girls about 4-5 years old came up to me with a “I love you, Santa,” in English and Japanese. One of them carried a home made card that had pictures of me, a snowman and a Christmas tree. One of them who spoke in Japanese climbed up in my lap and gave me the biggest hug. Talk about melting my heart!!!