Hotel Sky Court Narita
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... grinning ear to ear, "the toilet was crazy! I took a picture..." It's not often that your first picture from a trip is of a toilet, but ours would be. We stayed in a hotel by the airport, as we had arrived about 10pm and didn't want to trek into Tokyo this late. We would tackle that heaving metropolis after a proper night's sleep. We were asleep as soon as our heads hit the pillow, our heads whizzing with thoughts of Japan and what this trip had in ...
... It was Italian and looked beautiful. I had the Ricotta Tortelli with minestrone and white beans, my brother had the rack of lamb with matsutake mushrooms and bean puree, my dad had the same as my brother. The prices were $101.00 for my meal and $127.60 each for my brother and dad.
That night I had a really good sleep. I dreamt of Cinderella and her magic castle....
*Note- All money has been converted from Japanese Yen to Australian ...
... and trees sprouted. Once the taxi had left, I requested a moment of silence from Rebecca, during which I simply felt the solidity of the ground beneath my sneakers and focused on slowly, intentionally breathing. I really wanted to fully absorb the idea of being here, right here, my first day in Japan. I even lifted my arms slightly away from my sides, trying to turn myself into a broad leaf to catch all the radiant, ambient alienness of this place.
... famous rock garden as we had been told that visibility was impaired due to repair of the temple roof – not true we could see it all just fine! It is a simple garden of only 25 meters by ten mete3rs. There are no trees, no grass, only 15 rocks and white gravel are used in the garden. It is very peaceful and quite lovely. The walls are made of clay boiled in oil! The pattern on the wall is made by the oil seeping out over decades. The garden dates back to before 1525!
... and oohing and ahhing in absolute unison.
Little girls who come up and say, “Santa-san, daisuki!” (I love you, Santa) and then lay their head on my beard and tummy.
Little old ladies who giggle and grin from ear to ear when Santa sneaks a kiss on the cheek.
“Tough” guys who melt when Santa shakes their hand and looks them in the eye and wishes a “Merry Christmas.”
(The skies ...