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Travel Blogs from Shinagawa
... boxes, extracting a fortune stick and then collecting their fortune from the appropriately numbered drawer. Kaz just had to have a go and a young student guided her through the process. Good furtune? Nope.Think bad JuJu, voodoo, sickness, poverty and famine. Kaz then managed to suck up more incense smoke than all the visitors to the Shrine and donate most of our yen at the prayer altar to get rid of the bad luck.
After seeing the Shrine precinct, ...
... was pretty funny. But yeh literally he shot each and every one of us down.
Then we split into groups and did it again but this time he allowed us to continue and then gave remarks afterwards. I had about 10 points - all negative. Then we learnt to give proper greetings and get the kids attention as soon as we walked in. On this i was graded as 'okay' (3/5) which was probably one ...
... we tried to fight the jet lag and took a wander around Shinjuku where we were staying. Its pretty much the bright light district and lots of bars and restaurants...you look up and there are places and then underground there are more places to eat and drink at. We found a sushi place that had pictures of the food so we hoped that we could point and order as not many people spoke English.
The sushi was amazing...such yummy fish...although they ...
... br> #4 Moped adventure day and tour day with Stephan (Bali - Indonesia)
#5 Food Car Party, Overnight train (Chiang Mai to Bangkok - Thailand)
#6 Tour from + hanging out with Bem (Patpong district, Bangkok - Thailand)
#7 Buying gold in Chinatown (Bangkok - Thailand)
#8 Swimming to island + Hiking adventure (Au Nang - Thailand)
#9 Culture lesson + Scuba Diving (Tulamben - Bali - Indonesia)
#10 Marina Bay Sands pool + Ku De Ta Bar (Singapore - ...
... light drizzle of rain. We discover a shrine, Japanese buildings surround it. The place is unique, a stillness in the air, a tranquillity I have never experienced in a city before. In the centre of the area are two ancient trees, so circler that they are just stunning. Around one of the trees is a collection of plaques, people have purchased these wooden plaques and have written on them of their dreams, desire, hopes and longings. Written in different languages, ...