That title is really shocking, since one of my goals in Japan was if I went to Disney, I would buy Mouse Ears/Hat. I have a big head, though and the headbands of the mouse ears tend to hurt my huge basilisk-sized skull. The hats were awesome though! Alas, I did not need it. Shame on you, Responsible Kat. Your head will be cold this winter.
Okay, okay! Friday, Yuuki, his hometown friend, Taeko, and me went to Tokyo Disney Sea. (We decided to go there instead of Disney Land.) We met up pretty early and got to Disney Sea right when it opened at 9 A.M. Yuuki's dad was able to get 2 free tickets into the park through his work, so we all only had to pay for 1 ticket in all. I couldn't believe it. So awesome.
The trains to get to Disney were pretty cute.
We stepped in line and when we got to about the middle of it, it suddenly dissipated. Wait. What? Where did the line go? I felt like an unassigned lemming. W-w-where do we go?! I still have no idea how that happened. XD
So, we stepped in another line. We had to buy tickets and when we got near the front of that line, we realized we were in the line to get into the park when you already had your tickets. So...we were in the wrong line again.
I'm just going to hit you with a bunch of pictures right now.
If you have an issue, here's a tissue.
Inside the park:
The first ride we went on was an Indiana Jones one. We waited in line for about an hour and a half x___X. There was pretty awesome scenery as you waited in line though.
The scenery built for these rides are crazy.
Oh yeah, there were Disney Characters walking around. I think I took a picture of the most important ones, though.
Abu's butt that makes him look like Diddy Kong:
When you wait in line for hours, you get creative:
I feel like Mr. Mark would really appreciate this sign for some reason:
We also ate some shrimp and pork tacos. They were delish.
After riding a few other rides and waiting for our Fast Pass to be active for the Tower of Terror, we found a Toy Story place:
This is for you, Beth:
Yuuki was really scared for this one. When I was talking to him as we were rising up on the ride, he said "Don't Talk," to me, hahaha.
So, you know those pictures where they take a picture of you at the most scary part of the ride?
After this ride, we saw some fireworks and a little bit of a show that was going on in the water:
I thought of MoMo while watching these. She would have really liked the finale with a ton of the big white fireworks that sprinkle down like weeping willows went off.
And here's the group at the end of the journey (from Taeko's camera):
So the train gets there and we cram ourselves in, then another batch of people come in and the train worker, just like the videos seen on youtube, is pushed us all in so we can fit. It definitely felt like The Rave, without smelling like beer, smoke, and sweat at the end though. @___@
Woof, I have to catch up on stuff like the school festival, hanging out with Grant, and my confusion of the Japanese diet. Beep beep!