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It is a lot easier to navigate the train station maze when you have a bit more of an idea where you are heading. It also helps that the bullet train is signposted for miles around. Today sadly will be our last day with our rail pass and this will be our final bullet train journey. We reserved seats and luckily had three seats between us. As always …
... the small restaurant/bar next door to the hostel. I had my Australian car sale to celebrate and so was already on the kirin with sake chasers by the time Eric arrived. He was soon followed by the German guys, another friend of theirs, and our tour guide from the previous day, Cecilia. What followed was fun if sketchy, as best illustrated by a blurry picture of a few of us toasting with a bemsed looking elderly Japanese man. I had ...
... had the laundry to do when we went back to the hotel.
We took a few shots of Tokyo Station on the way. Never had a real good look at the building before as we were always on the inside. In fact, if I were to walk around it, I would not have known that it was Tokyo Station.
By the time I went to bed, it was well over 11pm. I had been up for almost 42 hours straight. The Chinese tea at lunch really worked but the effects were starting to wear off.
... was spent checking out the large convention center and a walk around the seaside.
Now while we still had daylight. I wanted to get my first theme park in. I wouldn't class Cosmo World as a first rate theme park but more a riverside amusement complex that is free to enter and you just pay per ride. It has a few large thrill rides and a couple of smaller rides for the kids. For me it was all about the Roller Coasters and Log ...
... t be an issue.
What I thought might be an issue was finding which train ticket I had to buy, where from and how much it would cost me. When I'd eventually got my mind off of the cute chick from Hong Kong who'd gone to sleep on my shoulder during the flight and directed it instead to the issues at hand, the answers were fairly easy to find. The ticket agent explained in smiley English that I had to catch the train from platform one in six minutes so "run", while making a ...