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... Singapore Airlines. I mean, no complaining here - they are both one of the few five-star airlines. It's really convenient because we are Star Alliance Gold Members, so taking either one has its benefits.
I actually took the SAT that morning, so we were in a little bit of a hurry to make it to our three o'clock flight. Happy to say, we made it and now I'm back! I've been chilling at my house, studying ...
... film me. I said ok. I won again and the Korean wanted another rematch! Finally the host knew what a real winner looked like and told them we had no time for another rematch. I went up on stage! I need to impress the Geisha by smoking this long pipe of tobacco that the Geisha filled for me. No problemo! Then she poured Sake into this big bowl until I told her to stop. I kept saying hi-hi-hi and the bowl was poured to the top. Then I had to drink all of it in ...
... early. Fortunately, that worked out for him, so we purchased a ticket for the Shinkansen (bullet train) which does Tokyo-Osaka, 515km, in 3 hours. The train was leaving from a different station, so we rushed off but after having to figure out which tickets to buy to get to that station, we made it with only 1 minute to spare, which was quite a stressful experience.
And that was only our first 2 days!
We've started the blog for Osaka and the rest of Japan so expect that ...
... really. And they all se to have amazing skin too, I need to check out the skincare products here! I also checked out a fantastic toy store called Kiddyland which would be heaven if I was about 20 years younger! After a quick lunch I walked to Yoyogi Park which is nearby as I read that the gardens were pretty and the Meijo Shrine was worth a look. My book was right, the gardens were really pretty and peaceful so I enjoyed a nice walk around the inner gardens before making ...
... streets for a bit and see a sign for McDonalds. I ask someone how to get there and he explains something to me in Japanese - I don't get a word of it.
I find McDonalds anyways and have a Sausage biscuit while I contemplate what to do. Everything is pretty much closed, it is cold and rainy, my feet hurt, and I have no clue what to do in Tokyo or how to get anywhere. I decide to head back to the airport and find a way to shower and sleep.
Since I had ...