Jyogashima Sangoso

Address: 674 Misakimachijogashima, Miura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 238-0237, Japan | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Miura

Black eggs and octopus balls

A travel blog entry by dubzy on Dec 22, 2011

Skinjuku holds the Guiness World Record for world's busiest train station, handling over 3.5 million passengers a day. I found this claim hard to believe until I arrived this morning at rush hour. Fortunately everything is well signposted in English and it wasnt long before I'd squeezed myself onto the Hakone bound train between scores of Japanese businessmen and schoolkids.

It took just over an hour to reach the Hakone Yamoto station, and from there it was a half hour ...

Ian lives another day!

A travel blog entry by kirstenherridge on Sep 07, 2009

5 comments, 6 photos

... it is not visible very often so we were very lucky. tomorrow evening we head out to the airport ,ready for our flight to Singapore early on wednesday. We are eight hours ahead of GMT time. Its been great hearing from you so please keep the comments coming. Also please tell mutual friends to check their spam mail as not everyone has received notification of my travelpod.


Global Studies Exam Day

A travel blog entry by claudiv on Apr 13, 2009

... and our proctors were Kate from the field office and one of the English teachers. I didn't get much sleep the night before because of being nervous and the ship rocking so much but my adrenaline definitely was pumping when it came time to take the test. It is a lot of material on the test that ranges from coral reefs to diseases such as HIV, SARS, and influenza to Vietnam War ...

Yokohama (as Fuji failed)

A travel blog entry by chrisharrison on Nov 23, 2008

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... bay from Tokyo itself. We emerged from the station to see the Landmark Tower, Japan's tallest building, and decided it would be a great time to go up it as the sun was setting. We went up the tower in the fastest lifts in the world (can tick that off in the book!), to the 69th floor for some superb views of the sun behind Fuji and the city itself. Also as night drew in we got some great views of the harbour as the ...

Day 19 - Yokohama Zoorasia and Landmark Tower

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 08, 2008

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... the hotel we had booked in Tokyo, Disneyland was a 45 minute train ride, which had between 4 and 6 changes of train, depending on which route you chose to take. So the 45 minutes would easily blow out to over an hour by the time you finished running between train platforms in the Tokyo peak hour crush. The reason the Yokohama trip is so quick is that the first journey to Tokyo station is ...