Narita View Hotel
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The Last Two Weeks:
We've been pretty busy in Tokyo, so haven't had time to write any blog posts until now, so we thought we'd do a blog to mention some of the things we've been up to in our last two weeks in Japan, and write more detailed blog posts with all our photos after we get back.
We'll probably be in the air over Russia as you read this, if not back in the UK already! We can't believe time has flown by so quickly, and we're sad to leave ...
... pausing in Zara and H&M to cool down. In H&M, I kept CJ busy - we played with hairties, necklaces, danced, and she hid behind me waiting for Corey and Clara to shop. At the end of the road was the high school Clara had gone. It was sponsored (and named after) the Hyundai corporation. A very nice school, it was unique in that it was coed and had an elevator (can you say nice part of town). We had lunch on our way back to the ...
... it, she still takes a lot of pleasure from the act of flying itself and was keen to sing its virtues. Plus as she rightly pointed out, the train/ferry option to Japan would have left us little or no time in Japan itself, given our timescales. Fair point. I threw myself into The Old Patagonian Express by Paul Theroux, trying to immerse myself in somebody else's overland travel to escape the confines of my seat. We also tried to get some sleep, but ...
After I arrived at Narita International Airport at 23:00, I stayed overnight in a couch of the airport. On the next day, I headed for Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. The temple is famous and popular among Japanese and I was eager to go some day. When I arrived at the temple, there were only few visitors in the temple. I felt a bit uncomfortable at first, but I enjoyed strolling in their quiet garden behind the temple ...
... to watch a classic animation of a Mickey and friends adventure.
While walking around World Bazaar afterwards, we realised there wasn't much to do so instead we went to Tommorowland. I think it was an in-the-future world. The first thing that caught our eye was 'Space Mountain' we had recognised it from Hong-Kong Disneyland! We went on it a couple of times before feeling sick. After that journey we saw 'Star Jets'. It was like a ...