Lauren and me the night before I left. I love you, my twin sista!
Mom, Dad, PJ, and me before I went through security at the airport. I love you guys!!
American Airlines Flight -- complete with my own television. Sweet
Just...weird. Outside a shop in Tokyo.
For you, Franny! Onigiri and melon bread -- ahh the memories +)
Cool place, this was. Nice and BRIGHT!
One thing I've noticed: The Japanese like to make you feel like you're at home. But french fries and salad for breakfast? Sometimes I think they try too hard. I enjoyed my rice pudding, though. And, the egg rectangle was actually better than the scrambled eggs (which I think was just egg yolks...uh..).
For Houston, Tokyo, or Paris? This clock will tell ya!
And Chip, notice how the CEILING is made out of mirrors. Haha.
Cool building from the 45th floor of the hotel
Tokyo is bright!
I really like this building. It's curvy =)
Some of the Nagasaki people in Tokyo
A picture from the 45th floor skybar. Cool, huh?
This is a wall in the hotel...it's so elaborate! I thought it would make a cool photo +)
I love this dish...it's a bed of rice with a fried pork cutlet on top, with an egg on top of that. Goodness, it was *drool* GOOD!
Stuart and Brooke enjoying our night out in Tokyo!
He looks hungry...but so does his FOOD. Heehee
Oh my...these are the biggest bras I have ever seen. Then they have a picture of a hot Japanese girl who has NO boobs. Interesting... Remember that bluntness I was talking about?
Saw this in Harajuku and thought it was cool!
Brooke, my Tokyo roommie, and me in the Yukatas at the hotel. Sweet.
WOW! I've never seen one of these until now. How cool is that...now they have everything you need that is touchless...except a butt wiper. Will that be next....hmmm??
Ok, interesting story. About 3/4ths of the way into our plane from Tokyo to Nagasaki, the stewardess comes through with this cardboard cut-out that is supposed to look like JAL (Japan Air Lines) TV. All the Japanese people sitting in front of us didn't seem that enthused. Then she came by us, and Stuart and I didn't know WHAT was going on. THEN all of a sudden, everyone behind us (the JET/gaijin section pretty much) gets their cameras out to have the lady take their pictures with this thing. Once we figured out what was going on, we had to get a picture too, and here you have it -- complete with the PEACE sign :) Weee!