Teine Station Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... it’s the latter because they are rational people, so when they waved they truly did want to wave back and weren’t in fact told by Marshal Kim Jong Un to, “Wave back at foreigners or die by firing squad!”
The amusement park was fun. I mean, it was a theme park full of rides and stuff. Didn’t expect there to even be one in North Korea to be honest. I could tell you all about it, but just imagine any amusement park you’ve been to and it’s ...
... around 4 but honestly, realistically, I thought 4 hours was out of reach... 7:20am. We arrived at the start trail. Cue toilet time, picture time, banter time and Dan buying a walking like time. 7:50am. We started Mt. Fuji. It was a perfect start. Great weather. Great mates. Great banter. For the first 20 minutes the trail actually headed down hill haha. But it soon picked up in incline. The view was marvellous with a scene consisting of Fuji's 5 lakes, Kawaguchiko, a few more ...
... Friday we had date night and went to see the new Hobbit movie. Like all other movies, it's already been out in the U.S. for quite some time but has just gotten around to coming out now in Japan. I'm not sure how much a 3D IMAX movie is currently in the U.S., but I hope it's cheaper than the $22 that we pay here. That was a waste of money for the Japanese man who snored behind me the whole time. It also could have been a more expensive night had we of stayed ...
... the pastor who was translating the Spanish into Japanese and he made his wife come and finish the last half hour or so. She had offered to give me a break too but I persevered! While we were eating lunch the kids in the church got on stage to sing some songs. I am not sure if it was an actual performance or just practice since they didn't ask us to be quiet or pay attention but they were really cute. It's fun to see how much they have all grown over the last 9 months.
... to talk about turkey, which I definitely don't know the word for. In fact, turkey isn't common in Japan so I've never seen the vocab for turkey. Eventually I described it as a big chicken, which she repeated (us both using the Japanese for chicken and big). I tired to say I hadn't seen turkey in Japan but that the animal was like a big chicken but I don't know if that came across and now I fear she will spread this false information that we eat big chicken on Thanksgiving. Ahhh, ...