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... at aroun 2.30pm with us now sailing towards Japan. We will spend the next four days at sea but I am looking forward to Japan and this part of the trip. We were going to listen to Debbie Bacon in the Piano Bar but ended up staying in the Crows Nest. Dinner was good we had King Crab legs but as usual not enough. I decided not to have dessert tonight and I had cheese instead, very nice but no where near ...
... this was certainly true. A couple of the fish shops seemed to have really mastered the showmanship of market sales and had gathered large crowds. They sang when they sold each fish, and threw them (some huge 3kg fish) about 5m from one to another once somebody had chosen them. It was all very impressive! We bought ourselves some lunch - Chris' from a little bakery and Sophie's from a local fish place, and went to sit in the sun and enjoy.
Next stop was ...
... jumpers and I needed some things too. So off we headed and had heaps of fun! The clothing shops are generally cheaper but not enormously so. The real advantage in shopping there was the fact that it was new years eve and there were heaps of sales still and lots of clearance items!
We met up with Mase and boys at 2pm and took the sky train to the Space Needle. Mase was pretty keen to get to the top ...
... my Mom Karen, who is a retired critical care nurse, has agreed to come along & this site will serve as our travel journal. Today was packing day, time to really evaluate the necessity of everything in my bag. We will be taking several short hops via air once in Asia & we recently discovered the Air Asia’s carry on weight limit is 15.4 lbs! Yikes. I’m confident I can fit everything in a carry on size bag, but under 16 lbs? This will be tough! Stay tuned! ...
This 4-hour trip took me to a part of the country I'd never seen before. Quinn Colter- you were right. I hadn't seen mountains before. The Rockies are so tall that they touch the sky! To all of you from Utah and Washington- WOW. It was beautiful from above. I watched Great Gatsby on the plane and was very relieved to sit next to a girl in my program on the flight. Next stop - China!