The most amazing part about our baggage adventure was that they handed us 10000 yen for clothes and sundries to tide us over until we received our suitcases, that's like $120 in the US. But of course finding clothing that fits us in Japan is almost impossible. Thankfully we packed a full set of extra clothes in our carry-on and all we really need is toiletries and maybe an extra T shirt.
|Taller than the door|
|Fukuoka view from our Hotel|
think I would be doing fine with all this craziness, but unfortunately I think I have come down with a touch of food poisoning. (Probably from the plane or the airport) I've had an upset tummy all night, and have emptied the contents of my stomach several times. So, now I'm just exhausted from lack of sleep. It's really sad because I haven't really been able to enjoy Fukuoka as much as I wanted to. We've gone to a couple of great little local restaurants and they toted us around trying to find clothing that would fit Brian, LOL. He managed to find one T shirt that fits but it is tight across his shoulders. I also got a cute T shirt with black kitties on it. I have to say honestly I feel like I am in Japantown San Francisco, except for the people and the signs it's actually quite similar. The biggest difference is that it is cleaner, has a lot of malls and I can't really understand anybody.