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... a good start and did nearly all of Tomorrowland in the first 40 mins but then queues for everything, and things kept breaking down on us! Never got to ride Roger Rabbit ride as it broke twice, but did mean we got a universal super fastpass so we didn't have to queue 2 hours for Splash Mountain. Met lovely friendly family from Kagoshima whilst waiting for night parade!
23rd May –
Restful morning then Ueno Zoo in afternoon. Surprisingly big ...
... the airport. Walking round the centre of Narita, you'd think that there was nothing much worth looking at. The city appeared to be pretty quiet and sleepy, not much traffic, but quite a few cyclists.
A lady in the tourist information office directed me towards the Narita-san Shinsho Temple.
The walk there went down a busy street, filled with lots ...
... ice with a dash of flavouring and small lumps of frozen strawberries. Honestly, it was more ice than anything else. Since it was stinking hot and I was already sunburnt, that was the best thing ever.
We had a quick look in the Sumo Museum. There wasn't much there just photos of previous winners and their trophies dating back to more than a hundred years. Some did not have any photos as they were too long ago. They were obviously revered to ...
... we were both stuck in the lobby of the airport for hours.
I was very surprised when my bags were checked all the way to Honduras. You know what that means right? Twelve hour layover in Japan, my friend.
It was too late to try and hook up with Nicole, so I googled what I could do around Narita airport. Turns out, there's a quaint little Japanese village with a huge temple only one subway stop from ...
Today we visited the Tsukiji fish market, the most famous market in the world. Awesome tour that's a must if you come to Japan! Then we ate sushi!!! Later on that day we visited Ginza the most expensive place in Japan. Very wealthy area with a new ...
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