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Flight from Tokyo to Bangkok started out on a medium note. We have been traveling with minimal sleep since, technically, Wednesday night. I woke up from a nap at 1130pm Wednesday night, then started packing. At 530am, Rachel's dad arrived to take us to the bus station. I slept on the bus. Then we were off to O'hare, the worst airport (even more …
There was even a traditional wedding procession taking place when we were there, and this time, more so than the day before in the Hamarikyu gardens, we had ample opportunity to take pictures of the beautifully dressed youngsters.
We walked around, took pictures, prayed at the shrine as one is wont to do, and then moved on. There was supposed to be a beautiful garden here, one designed by Emperor Meiji himself, and I was quite keen on ...
Being Sunday we knew we needed to pack a lot in today, so we headed out on our beloved Yamanote Line on the JR rail toward the Yoyogi stop. When we got out of the station it was a very quiet portion of the city and there weren't many people out and about. We didn't really know how to get to our first stop which was the Meiji Shrine, so we consulted the street map that pointed us in the right direction. One thing to note ...
... on more than one occaision), but certainly not in modest and polite Japan, where even the act of approaching a stranger in the streets seemed mildly out of the ordinairy.
As it turns out, the Japanese man at hand, who had a slightly desperate manner about him, was not after paid sex. He merely wanted me to give him some English lessons. Thank goodness. I told him I was only in the city for a few days, so I wouldn't be able to help him. He explained he needed lessons ...
Our day started early, very early, at 3am. A front desk clerk at our hotel told us to arrive at the fish markets by 4:30am or we wouldn't get to see the auction because it's so popular. A visit to the auction is limited to two groups of 60. As public transport doesn't run at this hour we had to take a 20 minute taxi ride.
The information and map we received along with our yellow vests when we arrived at the Fish Markets said we were number 49 and ...