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... imagine what it would be like to have to travel for work so often, but not how I would deal with family life in that situation, so those thoughts intrigued me quite some.
Some of you, if not most of you, will have seen an anime at some time in your life. One of the things that always seems so unusual is how loud the cricket sounds are. Those aren’t crickets, they are cicadas and, yes, that is exactly how loud they are. You need to really ...
... on the train out to Kunitachi even more so. The trains themselves are smooth and covered in fluid advertising screens, and advertisements for Japanese call girls which hang down from the ceiling.
Once we arrived in Kunitachi (a suburb which is to Tokyo what Esher is to London perhaps) Coco treated us to our first Japanese breakfast. After some Japanese pear or what we have now named it, `Papple` (which has a taste more like an ...
... like you were really moving through space"). Then the Cars ride (for the first time - Ben and I ended up going on it four times..needless to say, Ben though it was "Very Awesome!") We saw a parade, and then checked out some more rides. Roger Rabbit's Toon Town - Ben did not think this was 'awesome'...
It was then time to go back to Splash Mountain. Scott and Hannah did this..Hannah's version - It was ...
... us a hotel near by. We used 5 minutes of free internet time to get on the computer, find a hotel, get directions, and book a hotel! It was a hectic process but we figured it out. Another one bed $26 each a night hotel…we were ok with it! Then for almost THREE hours….we were lost. We walked all around Tokyo trying to find Pearl Hotel… were misdirected so many time until we FINALLY ...
... Japanese script we found our way there and spent an hour with lots of cute kitty Kats. We then took a walk through Yoyogi park to get to Harajuku. In the park was a shrine to the empress and we even left a hanging plaque which everyone wrote a prayer on and hung up. Arriving in Harajuku was cute overload! Including a hello kitty shop and a Barbie emporium! There was loads of shops there and they were ...
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