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... br> That is one part of living overseas that I both love and sometimes hate. The fact that every experience presents a challenge. I had previously learnt CPR, but I'd never before talked my way through it in Japanese. I had previously practiced operating a portable defibrillator, but I had never before followed Japanese prompts. It was cool. Mind you, sometimes you just want to not have to concentrate so hard. Daydreaming seems to be a luxury reserved for one's first language!
... security which wasnt very fun because i had a huge line i had to go through since i was a foreigner. And i was confused on how to fill out a form that we got so i ended up getting sent to the back of the line in the confusion (didnt help either that the guy at the desk couldn't understand my english and i couldn't understand his)... got things squared away with a security officer who was watching over the line. We also ...
... so Anaheim
wins this one. Paris comes in dead last with its very rough ride and unnecessary
loop. They also have Autopia here but I
don’t remember what it is called. Pretty similar to Anaheim’s without the
monorail overhead. Anaheim wins this one too. Since it was Easter recently, Tokyo Disneyland
is celebrating it until the end of July. Don’t ask, they absolutely go ape
crazy over Western holidays out ...
... American adventurer named Harrison Hightower who travels the world collecting artifacts and sends them back to his hotel (Hightower Hotel) for display. During one of his expeditions, he collected an ancient, cursed idol called Shakira or something like that. Of course the entire pre-show is in Japanese so we have no freaking idea what was going on but the pre-show had one of the most amazing Disney effects we have ever seen. Anyway, the idol ...
... very retro style bus completely decked out with every Mickey Mouse detail you can think of.
We decided on udon noodles as our first Japanese meal. The place was a madhouse and you had to circle like sharks to find a seat. Mike grabbed a ...