Takanawa Keikyu Hotel
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... the attractions and we were told to look left when the highlight was on the right! Might be something to consider improving in order to appeal to a wider audience. We finish the day at Decks Tokyo Beach on Tokyo Bay. It's an entertainment hub with shopping, restaurants and bars and a great place to watch Tokyo light up as the sun goes down. It's another 3 train trip to get back to the hotel. It's been a great day, it's nice to be here and look forward to tomorrow. ...
... her cards and money had been stolen. We tried to work out when and where it was stolen and narrowed it down to a time she popped out to use the toilet. We are both so careful about our bags and keeping them on us so it's was so frustrating for Rach that it happened. She called the banks to cancel the cards and was informed that money had been spent on three cards amounting to over £1000 pounds with many more transactions having failed to go through. The hostel barman came with ...
In addition to my reflection on religion in Japan, I also wanted to quickly share some fun cultural observations.
1. Umbrella security. Ever had your favorite umbrella stolen from a restaurant or building's communal umbrella stand? The Japanese have a solution for that! Umbrella lockers. Check it out!
2. Toilet ...
... in a totally foreign culture for a significant period of time. After my time in Singapore, I know I will come back to Southeast Asia at some point; what I experienced is just the tip of the iceberg as far as what the area has to offer. Thank you to my faithful readers (and somewhat to the unfaithful ones too) for following along in my adventures, and I’d love to talk more about it whenever our paths may cross! K Sizzle out.
The day after the Fuji climb had me out seeing a small piece of Tokyo. "Small" only because Tokyo is so "Big". ...and a bit crazy!
My legs were sore, so I knew I needed to walk the soreness out.
I was a bit hampered for my Tokyo travels because I was unable to get good Internet connectivity at the Navy run ...