Sunday, March 13, 2011
Hello from Nagoya, Japan
Eerily quiet Narita airport, with moving walkway blocked off
Despite my family's worries and plead to come home, in midst of the earthquake chaos, I trudged along and finally made it to Nagoya, Japan.
My flight from Chicago to Japan's Narita airport was diverted to Anchorage, Alaska, and we were grounded for a whole day.
Through sadness and the unknown, I have made some new friends, and was touched by the generosity of the strangers I came across during the time, and the trip ended up being a very pleasant experience.
I am now in Nagoya, Japan, about 175 miles southwest of Tokyo.
Platform for Narita Express - train schedule is back to normal, going south
I'm alive and well
Peaceful and quiet suburb in Chiba Prefecture
Bullet Train "Nozomi"