Toyoko Inn Haneda Airport 1
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... me. Got it. Our house is a new 3 level place where we all have a bedroom. Everything is in miniature. The stairs are tiny. The owner has meticulous packaging and organisational skills that we all admire..but especially Don (the only pseudonym he can think of right now...he has the Rosie Project on his mind). The 7/11 is 1 minute walk away and stocks everything you would need. The shop keeper prattles away in Japanese while serving and we nod ...
... As the lotus seeds are edible, used in Asian soups and desserts, I guess they have all been conveniently harvested. We could have gone paddle boating on the swan boats but it was way too hot at almost 30C today.
By the time we left, it was close to 2pm and we had to look for lunch. We ended up at a Chinese restaurant. The food was not as light as Japanese food - heavy on the gravy - but edible enough.
We reached Shinagawa by about 4pm ...
So I had a completely non eventful journey, which of course is the best type to have. Spent the night at Heathrow which is without a doubt a 5 star airport sleeping experience. No weirdos or homeless people, toilets and vending machines! Made a new friend. No idea what her name was and we got involved in a highly competitive game of uno with some Austrians and a Russian. There was a little ...
... constantly and fairly large amounts that are made up of many servings. They eat very little meat, mostly vegetables and fruit.
They always bow and the higher you are in the social order above them, the lower they bow. It is a sign of respect. They are very polite individually and even though almost none speak English, they are very helpful, running to find someone that speaks english on their staff or leading ...
... but also saw the smaller temples and shrines that dot the city where I observed locals doing their daily prayer or meditation. There is just something about sitting, relaxing and watching people go about their day that gives you a unique perspective.
Part of my adventure and experience is trying the local food and while I'm probably one of the least picky eaters you'll ever find and I want to try everything. Real sushi and sashimi, ...