Hotel Sky Court Narita
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... was in the middle seat between me and a very nice guy who lived out in Japan. So no knocking knees for hours and having to get up and down when someone wanted to go to the toilet. (Id purposefully booked an aisle seat as I need to pee every five minutes.)
I was bored. Like really really bored, again this is when I wished I was travelling with someone to had a bit of conversation. Watching films gets boring quickly and staring out of the ...
... carried by men, women and little ones carried by children – so cute! Great community spirit. Ate huge okonomiyaki, then chocolate covered banana and shredded ice – we were also interviewed by a TV company about festival!
17th May – Shibuya, Harajuku, and Shinjuku.
Went to see the famous Shibuya crossing - but it wasn't very busy! Clearly caught it at the wrong time. Harajuku felt like Oxford Street mixed with Camden, some cool ...
... 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 ...
I closed on my opponent. Inching in step by step. As we neared each other I could feel the ions between us charging the air. Suddenly, the moment was there! I saw my opportunity to make contact. I grabbed hold of my opponent's gi (uniform), and in a flurry of white cloth we battled each other. Pushing and pulling, trying to upset each other's equilibrium. "Here's my chance" I thought, as I felt my opponent shift his weight heavily ...
... billed as a place to see artisans at their craft, paper, ceramics, fan making, etc. I was looking forward to this but quite disappointed to find it not filled with artisans but vendors selling Japanese souvenirs! I was able to buy something for the grandson (it won’t fit him for a little while though). And then we headed for the train station to make our journey home – again by bullet train! And here we are back in Tokyo – for New Year’s Eve!!
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