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... where there is a big building with what looks like a big peanut on top. The boat was empty. We passed under 12 bridges and the cruise mainly gave a talk in English about the bridges not about the history or surrounding buildings. We were the only ones to get off at the gardens. The river cruise ticket we bought included entry into the gardens. The ticket cost about £4.50 each. The gardens were beautiful and in the summer when the cherry blossom ...
... had waited around for us and it was amazing to see a familiar face in this unfamiliar landscape! We also met up with a couple of Nat’s friends as she was only visiting home for a holiday and was catching up with her friends too! We had a wander around the Harajuku district which is a big shopping place, mainly where all the teenage girls hang out and shop! It was pretty cool to see though and because it was a Saturday of course it was rammed!! One of Nat’s friends is ...
... network. Unfortunately, I still could not get it to work. It would not register on any available network. I’d have to try again tomorrow – we were late for dinner. Kaz invited me out for Thai with some of his friends. We left the hostel and jumped on a train bound for the other side Tokyo.
After a lovely and somewhat rushed Thai dinner with Kaz’s friends Chau and another Japanese girl, we left to meet some other friends at their apartment for ...
... lost their historical treasures because of that awful war, I mourn the loss of the people lost in that war, but I also mourn the loss of the world's historical treasures. Travel makes you a pacifist!) Wandering through the little shops was great, and the temple was beautiful. The smell of the incense burning before the temple made for one of those moments when you realize you are not in your land any more, and that you are somewhere new and wonderful.
... of merchandise from the gift shops. I'm not sure whether this was was a deliberate ploy in the promotional video, or whether I'm just cynical, but it seemed pretty blatant to me.
Filing off the bus, an hour before opening, we were confident of getting a position close to the front of the queues for entry. Wrong. There were already thousands of people queuing, in typical patient Japanese fashion, waiting to be granted entry. We were ...