The second one is called Nijiro, by Ayaka. Start listening at 0:40.
|Japanese pasta once again: food in plastic has never tasted so good!|
In the afternoon, the weather seemed kind. So I decided to spend the second half of my day at Disneyland. I didn't really want to go, but I felt the need to check it off my list. At first I was a bit bored, since I was by myself and I didn't want to spend an hour in line for rides alone. But soon, it started raining and getting dark, so the lines got significantly shorter. Suddenly, it felt like a great decision on my part to have come to Disney! I also watched some music and dance shows, which were of Disney characters but in Japanese. Not being able to understand the words made me realize how much I underestimate the value of words and lyrics when listening to music.
|Enjoying Disneyland all by myself!|
Many of the workers at Disney didn't speak English and the instructions they gave before or after rides were incomprehensible to me. I had to concentrate on their gestures and facial expressions to understand what they were saying.
The rides were amazing as always. Being alone gave me the opportunity to observe them with greater detail. The timing of sounds and effects are impeccable. The rides successfully attempt to give each person on the ride a personalized experience wherein everyone receives the same impact no matter where you're sitting.
|A mickey shaped chicken deli sandwich at Tomorrow Land. Even though Disney food is expensive, the quality of it is amazing for mass produced fast food.|
This was my fourth disneyland, after California, Florida and Kong Kong. Hope to visit Shanghai and Paris disney soon!