Hotel Avanshell Akasaka
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... found, no matter how much of a freak you are!
Next day we took a Shinkansen (bullet train) to Kyoto, the former capital of Japan, famous for its many picturesque temples and secretive geisha districts. The first thing we were wowed by here wasn't what you might be expecting though... rather than being awestruck by Shinto shrines or ancient temples, we were blown away by... our toilet! Ok so it's not exactly highbrow cultural heritage, but this thing was brilliant! You open the ...
... an amazing and unique experience but I am excited to start the next chapter of my life in New York City. I start my new job June 1! Cheers to an amazing adventure in Japan, to the lifelong friends I made along the way, and the memories I will never forget. Thank you both Dr. Kinkade and Dr. Whitworth for putting this trip together. See you soon Mom and Dad. Goodbye Japan, you treated us extremely well! ...
... best to help us. I hope their management rewards their service. They made a very good impression on us.
Word of advice to anyone coming to Japan for longer than a couple of weeks, work out your i-phone needs at home! Also important to have most recent i-phone technology - we have failed on both counts.
Today we went to the Yasukuni-jinja, the controversial shrine to the Japanese war dead. The reason for it being controversial ...
... remarkably light I suppose because they are mainly feathers. They have really sharp claws too but some how even with these on your head they never dig in too much.The room was pretty busty with everyone truing to get photos and the poo was flying every where the poor lady running the place skating around with a cloth to clean up their fresh guano. I wish I could have got better pictures but it's hard to get an owl to do what you want in a room full of distracting noises. Overall a ...
... just another example of how small our world is!
The second flight to Tokyo I pretty much slept the majority of the way. That became the first moment I felt slightly like a fish out of water - possibly only English person on the plane, and most certainly the only blonde.
It feels strange, but I still feel surprising calm. After almost three years of English speaking countries, I think I am ready for this challenge. I'm certainly ready to embrace ...