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    Glad to hear you and Gareth are enjoying yourselves so far Karen.





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    Good Luck finding the adapter Karen . So, happy you and Gareth are having fun . Are you getting to see Tokoyos Disney Seas while you are there ? Or different area ?

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    Oh no, I missed you leaving - glad to hear you're having fun though.....have a fabulous trip!










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    Hi all!

    We found an adapter of sorts - it hooks my Aussie to US one up to the Japanese socket - so hopefully it's not too dangerous!!

    We went to this enormous department store but they didn't have a straight Australian to Japan one so we are piggybacking! :rolleyes008:

    We are off on the bullet train to Kyoto tomorrow - we will meet up with a Japanese friend of mine, so we are looking forward to that very much!

    I might try and post some pictures soon!
    Next trip - Bali! (March 2015)

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    yes as my mum says we are piggybacking them and so far my ds has been working!

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    Well then, as long as your DS is working, all is well with the world, right? :wink:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 50664
    Well then, as long as your DS is working, all is well with the world, right? :wink:
    We have bought 3 new games so yes it is important to have a working DS!!

    We almost lost one in my friend's car today but after taking the car apart it was retrieved!

    Another lovely day - we are off to dinner soon!
    Next trip - Bali! (March 2015)

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