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I had yet another dream about airplanes.
I'm on a plane where everyone is standing in their seats, kind of like those stand-up rollercoaster seats with the restraints that come down over your shoulders. To give things even more of a rollercoaster feel, the walls, ceiling and floor of the plane's cabin are totally transparent so I can see the sky around me and the ground below.
The only wall that isn't see-through is the wall that separates the cockpit from the cabin, so I can't see the pilots or flight crew. Flight attendants are constantly and almost frantically moving in and out of the door in the non-transparent wall, but the door is never open for more than a few seconds at a time so I can't see into the cockpit.
Remember: this is only a dream... flying over an ocean and I hear a flight attendant announce that we are about to land in Kyoto. Since I can see through the floor, I look down, but there isn't an airport or even a city anywhere in sight. I can only see a tiny semi-circle-shaped island covered in dense foliage and surrounded by white beach.
The landing gear lowers and the plane descends quickly. I begin to get nervous that we don't have anywhere to land, but we dive towards the strip of beach along the straight edge of the semi-circle.
As we touch down, the landing gear sink into the beach, kicking up sand, which splashes up and hits the bottom of the transparent floor of the plane. My nervousness is instantly replaced by awe at the sight of the sand showering against an invisible fuselage. The sand patterns amaze me.
The plane rolls to a slow stop and the shoulder restraints release me. The last thing I remember in the d"am is the flight attendant waving goodbye to me as she says "Welcome to Kyoto"