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Having almost recovered from a suprisingly long spell of jetlag, we spent the last two days exploring Ueno and the city of Yokohama.
Thursday we enjoyed another fantastic Japanese breakfast of egg fried rice, with curry powder and Tuna, alongside the largest watermelon either of us had ever seen, about 5 times the size of Gabe`s head! The variety of Japanese food is really becoming apparent, ...
... an insult, that we might leave a tip because we thought the waiter expected it or was doing what he or she was doing to earn the tip. They want you to know they are doing it truly from their heart, as a matter of pride in their work, and respect for you, the customer. We loved it.
After a bit more lounging around in our yukatas, (our hotel-provided, kimono style bathrobes) it was time to don our backpacks one more time---take a bus, ...
... 80's feel, packed full of Christmas bits and playing old carols! We managed to get the friendly assistant to take our picture before continuing our stroll back down the hill and into Chinatown area. We were on the hunt for lunch, but all the Chinese food was overpriced and so found a tasty katsu curry restaurant for a chicken and burger katsu - our tried and tested favourites! We strolled on via an excellent outdoors ...
... Next, we walked towards the Imperial Palace and Hibiya-koen park where we stopped for a few minutes to rest. Since the actual Imperial Palace is off limits, we only got to walk through the plaza where we saw Nikubashi where they have a couple of photogenic bridges and then walked through Higashi Gyoen gardens. By then Jen had just about had it with walking, so we took a subway ride over to the Shibuya area. Right outside the subway station is ...
... then be viewed differently. I want to get a photo with him as well, tomorrow though as I was shy today.
We had many interesting tech presentations today and I met Falko Schmidt, a fellow supervisee of Stephan Winter! He was from Bremen University (and involved with SFBTR8), so before Stephan came to Melbourne. We traded names for a while and seemed to know many of the same ...