Hostel Komatsu Ueno Station
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... got a massage at the hotel, while Trey and I went out to get some local food (we ate ramen) and explore some more in Akihabara. We found some game centers and played a few games of some classic Sega stuff, but headed back to the hotel relatively early.
Tomorrow we will take a bullet train to Kyoto, but the hotel we're staying at the first night does not have any internet access so I'll have to follow up later with our activities. ...
A disturbing way to begin our trip, certainly, and both the right-wing tilt of the Abe administration and the decision of NHK not to cover the immolation, are troubling signs.
Nevertheless, there remains a lot to love about Japan. Our flight from KL got in late and we were forced to take a cab to our hotel, which proved difficult because the old cabby understood no English had I hadn't thought ahead and brought a card with the name of ...
... made a train to unload all the luggage. When we got to the Chitose airport some of the host families were there to see some of the kids off. Sophia, Anna/Amelia and Erin's families came to the airport. Kylie and I knew our family would not be there because they emailed last night. The host mom sent us a nice message this morning sending us off. When checking in our luggage, our luggage was over weight which I knew it would be. On ANA you can up to 20 kg, which is about ...
... extra hungry and this was a "come back for more" deal, and I did. ¥500 (£3.20) particularly well spent, ignore the extra spent on reasonably priced beer. Guests included an Austrian dj and Taiwanese architecture student, but best were the locals, happy, if not almost honoured, to chat to guests and from two of whom I got some good travel tips. All that to come, with my onward destinations taking some sort of shape, but for now I'm glad to have Nagoya and Kyoto ...
... one of my other hostesses in Japan, Lily. She invited me over to one of her other apartments to have a drink and meet the current renter of the apartment, Natalie. At the top of the complex there is a sky lounge. At the 44th floor. It. Was. Awesome. The view at night was just spectacular and the company was also very nice. No, nothing happened, I am a gentleman. (This is what a man who never gets any calls himself)
All and all a pretty decent day, don't you think?