Marine Piazza Okinawa
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... and we were rescheduled to fly directly to Singapore from Osaka via Manila. We were also given $10 vouchers on each leg of the plane journey for our troubles.
After over 24 hours in transit we arrived back in Perth at approximately 8:30AM on the 22nd of September. The immediate hit of the Australian accent was a shock to the system. Australian colloquialisms were flying left and right, being told to 'Take a bash’ at the SmartGate ...
... sold some Asahi branded glassware and clothing. Our number was finally called around 1pm and we started on our tour, following a large group of Koreans. I was not sure exactly how this was going to work.
We were led across a bridge into the brewery where the tour started with an overview of Asahi. In Korean. I wasn’t sure if she was going to repeat it in English after but instead she walked straight on to another section of the brewery and ...
... and various itineraries for next year. Once the talk was finished it was time for lunch in the dining room. After lunch we went up onto the deck as they now had the worlds sexiest man competition. Darelle was a judge. John came 2nd in the competition. It was then time for us to take a couple of laps around the pool deck. Once we had finished our laps we went and played putt putt (Darelle won again for the 3 rd time this cruise) We then did another couple of laps ...
... can't really get an idea of what things would have been like in the old days. There was so many people at the castle as the. Costa Victoria was also in port and it was the last day of their holiday week, so was also a lot of school group tours, even on a Sunday. After our walk through the castle, we caught the monorail to the main shopping street. It was getting very busy in the street and we had a walk through all of the shops as well as down through ...
... It seems even efficient Shinkansen bullet trains are no match for typhoon rain and winds. As we neared Nagoya, at least the rain stopped. I had to file a new flight plan first heading westward as our original more direct route south had us heading directly in to the storm. Fortunately there was an onsite FSS and Paul was there to help with the process. Funnily, as opposed to ...