Narita Gateway Hotel
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Day one of our journey home. Wake up, casual hotel buffet breakfast, pack up and our return drive to Fukuoka Airport.
The ladies at the hotel, particularly our lovely dinner hostess who looked after us though out our stay, were so cute. Presents for the boys and cookies and then waves goodbye, all the way until we reached the end of the …
Spent today sitting in a airport transfer bus, sitting at the airport, sitting on the plane, sitting in a shuttle bus and sitting for dinner…..a very long day of sitting.
Up to this point it travelling hadn't seemed that daunting, Europe is so easy to travel round, it definitely helps when they all speak English. That's why on the way to the airport I started to panic, I remember China and feeling completely lost when our tour guide wasn't around. BUT that's the fun part, embracing a new culture and going out of my comfort zone.
I was so busy thinking about how amazing and scary Japan was going to be I ...
... in was stunning, could easily imagine it being inhabited by magical creatures. The caves themselves really interesting, and one required a hard hat to climb in! It was a very hot day so the temperature difference inside was huge as natural ice forms in the caves. We also randomly saw Natalie Dormer in the woods – twice!
15th May – Studio Ghibli Museum
As big fans of Studio Ghibli, we were very excited for this! The building ...
... was just a connecting flight so we had the best part of three hours to kill so wandered round the airport for a few minutes until I was completing bored, I'm surprised I lasted that long, then we went for some food at a tapas bar. The food was ok but a bit expensive especially the cured meats but we had comfy seats and a place to chill until our flight was ready. We were both really tired and struggled to stay awake but eventually we were back on a plane for ...