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... photos and then headed home. Steve has a runny nose so he took some Nyquil and we both went to sleep.
April 14th, 2013
Today was an easy day. Steve took a Dayquil when he woke up and we got ready for our day. As I was doing my make-up the apartment started the sway. Steve asked me what was happening… he thought maybe he was high on cold medicine and hallucinating, but I assured him that he was experiencing ...
... is done by an automated machine that even let's you select your exact seat!! The cinemas are much like ours at home but somewhat more comfy. We absolutely loved The Hobbit! When we got out o the cinemas we realized that we only had one hour to catch two trains and make it home before the whole subway shut down. We made it no dramas - and were quite surprised to see the number of people still out and about at 11pm. We got home at midnight ...
... instead of the usual
stilettos or wedges and platforms. From capris and jeans to small black numbers,
these heels look great
and retain their sexy allure. In fact kitten heels might be found on all
manner of christian
louboutin spiked slingbacks and they genuinely are a fantastic alternative
to quite high heels. Wearing high heels all the
... and am a whole lot taller than the majority of Japan, allowing optimal signage visibility! I hit up some of the more popular areas in Tokyo like the area where the power pop group of 48 singing teens originated from. It is actually pretty ridiculous because that area of the city is know as Electric Town and you can get any kind of cheap electronic under the sun! What I didn't know was that electronics and Maid Cafe's went hand in hand. What is a ...
... as bullet trains. The flat-nosed trains (like a Virgin Pendolino has been seriously pimped) are ridiculously fast (up to 186 miles per hour). Hiroshima's heart wrenching museum dedicated to the victims of the first ever A-bomb dropped during warfare is a real asset to the city which has all but recovered.
We also stopped off in Nagoya to watch Japan's national sport. Jim (Hat having already watched sumo) struggled to see the mass appeal of a sport which is ...