Hotel Sky Court Narita
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... Shikoku to Onomichi in Honshu, across islands and huge bridges with some stunning coastal views. The uphill approach to each bridge was tough, but the payoff of being able to freewheel down the other side was fantastic! The weather was glorious day 1, but a bit miserable in the morning of day 2, so we felt like we earned the ice creams and nice hotel we splashed out on in Onomichi at the end!
The bike ride is doable in 8 hours if you're fit, so we decided ...
... we could go play. When we got there CJ asked him what we were going to do (my thoughts exactly) because there were no playground equipment or anything. So we kept walking and found a fountain to play in instead. Soon though we had to leave for me to catch the bus. Hugs around, I told them goodbye. I truly had a blast and had relaxed because I didn't have to plan anything!
An hour later I was at the airport heading back to Japan. I ...
... 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 ...
... to consider the impact of our actions.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying there are no problems here, or no rude people, or the society is perfect. But, there are elements here that could be a GREAT benefit to us in the west. Things we once knew, but have let slip over the years. If you haven't been to Japan you should come and experience it for yourself. It's ...
December 4, 2009
This has been a great week! I have seen some wonderful people and had a lot of smiles. There are several people who have come to see us every year. Some of them are very regular – we see them several times a week. We affectionately call these folks our "stalkers." Some of them are harmless enough, others are a little freaky. I have run (literally) into one couple at the grocery store and when I turned ...