Travel Blogs from Kamisu
... The Grand Budapest Hotel and it was ******* awesome. A triumph of real film, Wes Anderson is a genius. The movie was charming, I think I smiled the whole way through, punctuated with the occasional laugh. The colour scheme of muted pinks, browns, greys and the like was really well executed. We also watched 22 Jump Street - which was pretty funny. Ice Cube is a classic.
My back and upper shoulders aren't all that crash hot on the best of days, but after ...
... 9pm. We ended up in a restaurant with pictures & pointed at a few things which arrived within 2 minutes of ordering. Helen was convinced that it was a tripe restaurant but it tasted ok and we were tired & hungry. We collapsed back at our dorm and got into our hotel provided pyjamas - they are very much like hospital gowns and we look like we're ready for an operation! Our private guide is meeting us at 9am ...
... of the fancy toilets that clean you and free wifi :)
After sleeping most of the plane trip, since I had a c******nay whilst we were grounded in Carins for a couple of hours, I wasn't quite ready for bed. After giving up on watching Japanese TV I had a lovely Skype chat with Jack and watched an episode of the Vampire Diaries before rugging up for bed.
Goal: Make it safely to my hotel with all my luggage
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So... we had two out of three and were starting to sweat...My turn. I get up there and hand the Thai agent my passport, my itinerary and an arrival form they gave me on the plane. He took it without blinking, I stood on some footprints to "get my picture taken" Then he stamped my passport and gave it back. With a semi-sigh of relief I walked through and stepped to the side, waiting for Jen who, it seemed, took twice as long...