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... of Meatballs 2 but by the time it was on I had reached my limit for the day. Since a plane isn't the easiest to sleep on I kept falling in and out of sleep and getting really confused by the movie being at different stages. The plane also gave dinner and breakfast so I was very well fed.
Goal: Make it to the airport on time
Status: Got to the airport an hour before check-in opened and four hours before departure, just a little ...
After catching a bullet train to Nagoya to meet Caitlin we made the journey back to her place and talked about all the exciting things we could get up to. Whilst she was at work I spent the morning catching up on sleep before heading down the road to the Louvre Sculpture Museum. My fingers and nose felt like they were going to fall off so I'll have to make sure I keep them covered.
For dinner we had a ...
My mom and I had a great trip to Mie on 2 days 1 night. On Day 1, it was raining. So we just drove to Sakakibara Onsen and enjoyed the hot spring. On our way, we had Sanuki udon noodle soup and it was pretty good. Actually, we tried to go to Aoyama Highland on the day, but the way that the receptionist told was blocked. We took another route and reached the highland on the next day. On Day 2, we visited Aoyama Highland with 47 windmills, Ise ...
... br> very hard. At least it enabled us to test all our waterproof gear for the rest
of the trip!
After lunch, we went back to Toba to visit the Mikimoto Pearl Museum. We
didn’t learn anything new compared to what we saw in French Polynesia during
our honeymoon but the museum had quite a few examples of pearls and creations
made during Mikimoto’s history (very famous brand in Japan and all over the
I've never been to a Puritan church service. If I had to take a guess, though, I would assume that it is very much like an airplane ride from Detroit to Nagoya Airport in Japan. You sit still for 13 hours in a modernly unnatural posture next to someone who is unreasonably excited to be there and bide your time by listening to things that you only passively care about and by desperately trying to find words of substance within ...