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... in a plane chair they're straight up ******. I tried to stretch and maintain decent posture as much as possible but still by the end of the flight I felt like what I assume an old man feels like.
Finally we landed in Narita, in their brand new Terminal 3 - which opened barely a week ago. Nice, new, and organised, as is the Japanese way, the most impressive aspect was the running tracks built into the floor. Blue or Reddish maroon and white ...
We've arrived after our epic journey from Cairns via Brisbane & Auckland. We know that we're back in the northern hemisphere as it's cold and raining. We had to wait ages for our shared transfer to our hotel which a pain after so many hours travelling. The 2 hour drive was unremarkable as it was dark. Our hotel room is tiny - 3 beds in a row with about 6" between and no view - just obscured glass. We ventured out for ...
... experiences complete with blood orange sorbet and almond custard.
Imagine having Yoshinoya beef bowl at 35000 feet.
Maybe it's because we haven't flown long distances on a foreign airline since our trip to Australia but we appreciated the gracious attention of all the flight attendants. And here's one for you frequent fliers. We did not hear anything from the flight deck until ...
Our second day in Japan has started slightly late, by the time we had our breakfast and left the hotel it was already 11am. The breakfast was Japanese style; noodles, miso soup, japanese salads and tea.
We have walked around half an hour to the Nagoya Noh Theathre, Nagoya castle & gardens and spend few hours there. It was a great experience, we have met a nice Japanese guide who offered her services for free. We have spend few hours there walking through different ...
... a nervous debate about exiting through the green channel or the red channel. Apparently, you are only allowed to take 10,000 Baht ($330) worth of personal items through customs duty tax free. Jen's photo equipment cost more than 10 times that...
*side note. Just took a bathroom brake (that Thai whiskey and coke!) and saw the two smallest ants ever and a rather large orange cockroach, the likes of which I haven't seen since I was 13 in Turkey*
So we decided to chance ...
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