Hotel Royal Garden Kisarazu
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Without fail, Sam and I give major credit to ourselves for navigating an intense transit system, never heading in the wrong direction once! Mastering the colour coded lines led us to cross more areas of Tokyo off the expansive list.
Harajuku girls are real. The second we saw a gorgeous and heavily dolled up Harajuku girl step onto the subway, our jaws dropped and I felt like a celebrity had just walked in. At 9:30am she was decked out in fabulous and animated clothing, ...
... still in the house. Bugger it, we still had to unload it all at the unit yet and get rid of the *******n sofa, so we inched a little faster back down the drive and hot footed it to the unit. Unloading was a lot easier and once we realised we had ample room in the unit we just started ramming stuff in anywhere. I pity the poor sod who has to sort it all out when we get back, mmmmm probably me. We just had the sofa and the van to drop off and then we could go back to our last ...
... good place to get some food
nearby. The minute I did, however, a lady asked me if I needed help.
I replied by pointing at the gardens and asking
'park?', trying to make the English word sound as Japanese as possible (in my
previous experiences with the locals, it became abundantly clear to me that if
you speak proper English, whether in a British, Australian or American accent,
the locals often don’t understand a word you’re saying) ...
... hours and no gathering was mounting. Perhaps I was there at the wrong time. I went back to my hotel at around 16 o'clock.
There where some ... unfortunate .... individuals which where into cross-dressing (e.g. old men in skimpy/tight girls gymnastic uniform ..... burrrrr 8-( )
Steps / strides today: 8478
... is a nice area. From just outside the station, there are so many small shops for tourists and for souvenirs. All the streets from the station to the shrine are full of those shops. We found a few things to bring back with us. Vanessa also tried a kimono. Well it was really nice but the technics to put it on and tie the belt are complex so we decided to buy it next time.
Well after a few hours walking around, it is time to head back to the hotel, get our bags ...