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... into my pocket for the key to lock the front door, and it wasn't there.
It wasn't anywhere, I searched and searched for an hour or more with no luck.
I'm someone who never loses keys, this was a first for me and it meant I couldn't go out for the day and leave the front door unlocked. So due to my carelessness my first day in Tokyo was spent killing time for 6 hours waiting for Emma to finish work.
When she arrived home at 5.30 I told her ...
... there I got lost in Shinjuku station for about 1 1/2hr. I couldnt find the right exit. The afternoon I just spent walkin around Shinjuku.
The reports from the kids about Disneyland seems like they really enjoyed it. The train trip there was between 1 1/2 and 2 hr. Cost of entry was 6200yen. The lines for food, merchandise and toilet were OK. A couple of the rides were long wait, one was 1 1/2hr another was 2.15hr. They went on a few and enjoyed ...
... back into the midst of the action, and as our custom is to view a city from its highest point, a trip up the Skytree was a must! Being the highest tower in the world - currently, until Dubai complete their monstrosity - the views from the top were outstanding. The building itself is a town in its own right with nothing left uncatered for; somewhere you could easily loose a day. Darkness fell not long after we reached the top but this actually made for some of the most stunning ...
... your feet. Ordered mixed seafood on rice with Udon noodles, and it came with natto! A fermented sticky, gooey, slimey bean that I have grown to enjoy.
I then went to Shibuya for the famous intersection which is meant to be the busiest crossing in the world. When the light goes, masses from six corners all (dressed and looking so similar) cross at the same time in all directions. I next went to Buchi, a modern sake/shochu bar where everyone stands. ...
... br> By the time we arrived back at Beth's apartment, her friends were already waiting for us. This was to be one of the first time we interacted with Beth's friends (more so than the baseball game), so I was excited about it. We all climbed the stairs to the second floor, cleared the tables, and set to work cooking (or watching). Takoyaki is like a little ball of dough or egg (some kind of batter), with something ...
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