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... with them…it’s tough to explain but spend enough time here and in an odd way you’ll start to understand the love affair for both!
So I guess that’s it for me. As we speak I am crossing the Pacific on a flight heading to Virginia where I will spend the holidays with my family (I can’t wait to see them) and then back to the City of Angels around the New Year. These past twelve months have been remarkable ...
... to prove it was a power nation, and did what it observed the rest of the "civilised" world doing at the time e.g. invading, colonising, and empire building. The rest of the museum takes you through the major military events of the C20th via gratuitous use of maps, covering:
- Sino-Japanese War (1894)
- Boxer Rebellion (1900)
- Russo-Japanese War (1904)
- Japanese involvement in WWI ...
... and now they are getting better at evacuating before it erupts. We are getting out of here 16 years before the next one so we are safe. Next lookout point was a freezing sunny place that overlooked the Sea of Japan. Anna had chocolate ice cream with her friends. Toya Sun Place was our home for the night. Great view of the lake from our room. This place had a huge water park type of pool and onsen. Anna went to the women's ...
So basically today, i hated 100% of it. Flew for 7 hours from Singapore to Japan's Haneda Airport. I can't believe i survived the journey. Reached at about 11pm, and we had to find a spot in the airport to sleep and wait until the next day for our plane to ...
... a night. We went to the second one, which meant we had to wait before going in. The waiting area, though small, contained more lights and crystals and mirrors than I think I've ever seen in one place. And as if that weren't enough, when the first batch of spectators was finally let out, we had to go down several flights of stairs that were just as colourful as the lobby, their walls completely covered in paintings of flowers and lizards and I don't ...