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... many people helped me lift my bags on and off the buses without a word. I really was touched. They are both at least 20 kg each!
I got to the airport around 3:30, but found out I couldn't check in until 9:30! Luckily, I met a couple from Florida who were visiting their son in Seoul. We chatted the rest of the evening and finally got on our planes. They had assumed the same as I did and we were ...
... hours fast forwarded but I just lost all of Monday. I could tell that I was in a foreign country as English was now the second language with Japanese being first. Lunch was served with chopsticks! lots of fun! Landed in Narita, Tokyo....but still about an hour away from downtown. Customs was unremarkable and now I'm getting used to hunting down the shuttles and getting to the hotel. Relaxing in the room and trying ...
... plan of walking to the temple and gardens, which should take about an hour round trip.
It was neat watching the countryside flash passed the train. It was different from everywhere else we'd been so far. When we got to Narita we headed in the same direction as other people seemed to be heading and hoped we were ...
Indonesia has tattooed its place onto the passport of my soul. The gushing life. The stupid-hot peppers. The view near Arya's village, toes on waterfall's edge.
Soon though, my Indonesian will be replaced by Electrical Engineering. My passport for a calculator.
I take a deep breath, reflect, and thank God
It has truly been an adventure.
... s was $66.00. These tickets would give us access to all rides for one day.
When we first stepped into Tokyo Disneyland, we were overwhelmed by how big and busy it was. Luckily we had a map! According to the map there were seven worlds. World Bazaar, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Tommorowland, Westernland and two smaller worlds, Toontown and Mickey's Critter Country. The first world we stepped into was the World Bazaar. We went to the 'Main ...