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It's almost more difficult to write when everything goes smoothly. Who wants to read that our plane was on time, we had a great flight (Delta this time), our luggage arrived with us, the bus for our hotel transfer was on time and we're resting peacefully in Narita, Tokyo waiting to board the Diamond Princess this afternoon. For those if you who followed our India/Maldives trip that was ...
... and exciting. In Japan I haven't gotten a second glance. Probably because foreigners have been here so long and just blend in now. Or because I'm just plain ugly :) So if you want to feel special or different stick to Taiwan. But it's finally nice to feel normal again.
Krispy Kreme was double the American price but delicious. Nothing more to say.
At a movie theater and US$18 for a normal movie. Well worth it. Hysterical intros and funny cartoon stuff. Also for ...
... A short walk from Motohakone was an ancient cedar-lined pathway which was very impressive. Massive cedar trees on each side of this little gravel and dirt pathway, which was only about 20 feet away from the main road but it felt like you were deep in the woods.
Coming out the oter side i walked down to Hakone Machi-ko to catch the boat ride to the other side of the lake. Crossing the lake on the boat is one of the 3 recommended spots to view Mount Fuji, ...
We get up fairly early and get ready. I for my day trip to Mt. Fuji and she for her baking practice. But before that, Yu cooks up some healthy breakfast of fruits and egg. I first head over to Shinjuku to get the train to Hackone Yamoto which is the base town near Fuji. But before that, I thought I should track my parcel at the post office. You know, the parcel I sent to myself to collect at the airport when I leave Japan. It literally takes about 40 minutes for ...
Our first full day in Tokyo started off with a trip to Yoyogi Park, for the Earth Garden Festival. There were crafts and clothing, food and music, and some familiar sounds from a Japanese group called Modern Irish Project. We had a beer and began tasting the food of Japan. We first dug into a bun looking like a dumpling, filled with some mystery meat!, and a egg sandwich with pork, leeks, sesame soy aioli, all put between two noodle cakes, that had a sear on the outside, to give ...