Without much sleep and a slight hangover, I made it to Narita with an hour to spare. To my surprise, the airport was considerably less crowded than a few days ago. My supposed route to France would have gone through Helsinki and Geneva, but with the crisis still looming we would be making an unexpected stop in Nagoya for fuel. So now my route looks like this: Narita-->Nagoya-->Helsinki-->Munich-->Geneva-->Grenoble. It's gonna be a long day.
With 30 minutes left before boarding, I needed to fuel up myself. The nearest place I could find was this Asian Cafe BowlBowl.
Narita Miso Ramen. Top notch airport ramen. haha.
This could be my last bowl for awhile.
It's my first time travelling Finnair. As my girlfriend would say, Finnish sounds like funny Japanese. Okay. So we made it to Nagoya, but still a long, long way to go. PAin Progress?
Whew, that was a long flight. Time to grab a beer and wait for my next one. I asked the bartender what the difference was between Lapin Kulta IV and Lapin Kulta III in which he responded, "IV has more alcohol, III has less." Needless to say I went with IV. He was right. After one glass I was feeling pretty good. Good enough to pass out on my next flight.
No ramen at the airport in Finland, but free kisses everywhere.
On to Munich!
I wasn't hungry, but I ate this anyway.
My stop in Munich was short and I found myself running to catch my next flight. Whew, made it!
I didn't care much for this snack, but I was hungry and I ate it anyway.
Geneva!! I made it. Now off to France!
Bonjour Saori. I vous avez manqué. Total excellium!
By the way, my luggage never made it out of Helsinki.