So it is holiday season in Australia. I'd just like to say Merry Christmas erryone, but it wasn't that merry for our family this year, as we spent the most part of it on a plane to the mother country of Japan.
Yes, as most people were sleeping, we were travelling through the night watching the latest movies on tiny plane tv screens and eating far-from-tasty food.
During the next year abroad, i'll be doing a lot of travelling, so i thought i'd write a few reviews on various modes of transport and what have you.. sorry fashion, you'll be pushed to the side for a little bit, but that's ok, cos you're my one true love, dont you worry.
So, let's take it away.JALOur family goes travelling once a year, abroad, and never have we had to pay for excess luggage. (We usually fly QANTAS) Unfortunately this year, being 30kgs over(how is that even possible) we were charged a ridiculous amount p/kg. Thank the Lord that we only gor charged for 6kg over. I guess it was the skis, seeing as i packed like (14kg instead of 20, yee boy.)
My parents fly business and us kids fly economy, and as usual, there isnt that much to brag about in economy. The food is alright, with a variety of japanese or western, yet i found it strange that whenever they offered you drinks, it was only 1/2 cup full after they poured it.
The pillows and blankets they give you are quite thin, and they stop the in-flight entertainment quite soon before landing.
Overall, the staff are nice, and well presented.
JAL, i present you with a 76/100.
In other news, my sister
has been in Japan for the past few months, and seeing as we're here too, we're going to meet up with her and i'm uber excited.. although sad, knowing i wont see her for a whole year.. (I'll be in France on my own exchange)... one daughter comes back, the other one leaves.
Anyway, we've been here in Tokyo for about 3 hours, and there's a 2 hour time difference between here and AU, so it's about midnight there and 10pm here. The food here is amazing: Udon and Tempura for dinner.
Now i am just relaxing around the computer, waiting for my hair dye to sink in. Hypnotic Red here we come.
I apologise for hte lack of photos, my camera cord is at home, but i will be flying back to Sydney in a week, picking up my bags for France, and will pack it in then.
Until the next post, over and out.
Libellés : Airlines, holidays, japan