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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> Now, we are ready for our last sleep in this country, before it goes tomorrow towards the airport, yes, Saturday morning, we are back in Australia.
With this, my adventure comes close to its end, but I still plan to add a bit of an Australian leg, which means a few more kilometre will be " biked", to visit some of my good Australian ...
... too! The rest of the day was spent manicuring, pedicuring, cutting of flower stalks and arranging flowers.. My bb was so good at tidying and cutting the flower leaves and stalks la hehehe ^^ and after two stressful tries, I managed to put together the flowers into a rather round shaped posy! Not perfect but we love it, and at least it was the type of posy I was looking for! (And so now I realised flower arrangement is not as easy as it ...
... street as it is a long stretch with lots and lots of touristy shops, random shops, cafes, restaurants and even markets! We were lucky to chance upon the Shurijo castle cultural parade along the Main Street.. No wonder most hotels were full on the first night so we had to book AirBnB! It was a colourful parade (like Chingay) which showcased the Ryukyu Kingdom royalty and cool performances! Bb and I just can't help noticing that some of their traditional songs keep having lyrics ...
... 6 hours. Upon arrival then did we realise that the aircraft we took was actually Shanghai Airlines' instead of a China Eastern aircraft haha (same alliance thingy I guess)! The weather here was rather chilly around 20 deg cel, and we had to take an airport bus to the main terminal from the aircraft. The flight from SIN to PVG was approx. 5 hours..there was breakfast (at 2am -.-) provided aboard (food was so so only), and me and bb managed ...
... and ‘No Dramas’ to not needing any assistance in the duty free shop. After buying some duty free booze we collected our bags full of dirty washing and exotic Kit Kat flavours and headed to the arrivals lounge to be picked up by David’s parents. We had survived the three and a half week tour of Japan with no major arguments, catastrophes, thefts or losses with a handful of cultural experiences that will stay with us for the rest of our lives. ...