|"Reserved", in Japanese|
|The inside looked a bit different from during normal traffic.|
|Our tram, looking a bit lonely in the dark.|
|Some of the food was less than plentiful. This boat had food that was delicious but there was only this one boat for 34 people to share.|
Two comedians were talking through pretty much the whole trip, trying to ensure everyone had a good time. They were quite funny a lot of the time, and a bit annoying some of the time. There was a woman who made some really funny comments towards them, and after that they were pretty mean to her the rest of the trip, which was a bit strange, though she was quite capable of returning the favor (she was funnier than they were, a lot of the time).
I liked the break at the train yard. There were lots of trams parked there, and it was something you would not normally get to see.
|The train yard had lots of trams.|
|Snow plowing tram?|
|Another tram with a big brush.|
|Is it really a good idea to let drunk citizens wander around in places like this? What happens if someone decides to flip around a lot of this things?|
Near the end of the line, some of us waved to some people waiting outside, and two girl waved back. Very nice of them. I wonder what they thought of this tram, lit up like a brothel and full of drunk people, haha.
|For the first time, I learnt the standard fare for using the tramway.|