Tokyo – A (Too) Short Rendezvous (Part 2)

Travel for CH and I encompasses two major areas – sightseeing and food.

CH, the adventurous one between us, seeks unfamiliar sights and sounds, and often goes off the beaten path. He likes to trek, gets down and dirty, stays close to nature and prefers to stay at youth hostels to interact with fellow travellers.

I don’t mind the occasional treks but I am interested in culture – the way people live, the food they eat (yes, the FOOD, the FOOD!), the way they dress and behave.

All of which brings me to my point. For this trip, we did something both of us would never have done on normal circumstances.


We are just not the type. But half-persuaded and half-enticed by OJ, we caved in.

Here’s what we did in Tokyo for Day 3.   

Nothing rejuvenates people more than indulging the child in them. I find myself humming “It’s a Small World” and the Mickey Mouse song (M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E) even when I am back home. Thank you, OJ, for pushing us into the arms of Mickey for one day!   🙂

While I don’t see us doing this on a regular basis for our travel, I would most definitely plan for a trip to Disneyland when Rui is travelling with us… in a couple of years down the road.

Here’s to Mickey!  🙂


2 Responses to “Tokyo – A (Too) Short Rendezvous (Part 2)”

  1. xj Says:

    Ha, now you understand why I love Disneyland? Hahahaha! Even my mum loves it!

  2. chhy189 Says:

    Well, actually we enjoyed some of the more exciting rides but I can’t say that we loved it and are converts. I think under normal circumstances, we would still make a DE-tour away from theme parks… Haha…

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