Ayase Kokusai Hotel
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As I write this it's half 8 in the morning and we are now in Tokyo! Our fellow dorm friends are early risers apparently. Not helpful to someone who didn't get to bed until 4. The night before last Kat came down the road to our little hostel and we caught up and made dumplings. Found out we are staying in Guilin at the same time, in the same hostel so that's cool. The trip to Japan was not so cool. We got a taxi from the hostel as we didn't want the hassle ...
... metal key -- none of this easily-hacked, cheap plastic stuff for this place. Our alarm clock is a very small, black, analogue clock -- it ticks. The coasters at the bar were completely plain -- they had no logo or text to indicate or signify they were from The New York Bar. There is no iron or ironing board in our room. The laundry bags are canvas.
The hotel staff has been almost over attentive (you get ...
... by a very old Japanese cowboy. I think he was after a light for his cigarette but Max thinks he was placing a cowboy curse. Then we had a monk approach us for a peace blessing...for a price. How do you say no to a monk though? Photos are coming. I'm just waiting on a tech geek to help me out. As I really have no idea how to work my new camera, I am pointing and shooting at the moment. Maybe in the morning over a promise of a coffee I can get some ...
... br> That`s all for today`s entry, we`ll have another update soon! Stay tuned for pictures.
Interesting things which Kalila has said in the last few days:
1. They must really love this Emperor Meiji guy.
2. I ******* love shops (squeezing my hand tightly as we enter Omote-Sando strip)
3. (On the plane) That guy looks like Shan.
Gabe`s Rookie Japanese Errors:
1) Putting soy sauce on to his rice and mixing ...
... out and I managed to get some sleep. An hour before landing, at 5:30 pm Japan time, we were served breakfast.
On arrival at immigration we were herded into a queue behind a few thousand other travellers, and spent the next 90 minutes shuffling forward, inch by inch until we reached the immigration officer. Here we had to insert both index fingers in a ...