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... deviation thus far between advertised arrival/departure times and my wristwatch has been on the order of 50 seconds. At Tokyo Station, we had a bit under an hour to figure out where we were supposed to go to catch the airport limousine bus to take us to Narita at 1:05pm, approximately two hours away.
At the airport, having checked in, we did some obligatory duty-free shopping. We bought a ...
I'm currently on Narita airport! Just got my passport checked and stuff and now on my way to get my luggage! Can't say I'm tired again. I'm wide awake and ready for Japan! Also, I went to the toilet, and yes, apparently they have those dreaded toilets with rear washing and a million buttons for features I have no idea what they're for. Didn't try any of them. I was confused about how to flush though, but apparently there's a handle when you close the toilet ...
... guy from customs thanking me several times for me opening my bag for him to inspect and making small talk about my upcoming travels in Japan. The guy thanking me for thanking him. The guy speaking in a gentle mannner (in Japanese) telling me i could not sit where i was sitting. Those things just put a smile on my face. Then there is the strange thing of some Japanese people not wanting to sit next a gaijin on a train. I mean really, no matter how crowded the train was, ...
... at 7pm and after a quick trip through immigration, offloaded our luggage to a delivery company, found the Japan Rail Office to pick up our rail passes and got to our hotel at around 8pm. Must be a record. The Hotel Nikko was pretty good. We had a comfortable room and found some nice food at the buffet. We bumped into one of Jessie's friends from Nihonmatsu in the lobby - small world. She was staying at the hotel to meet her boyfriend from England the following ...
... were huge hanging lanterns. Bryce, the electrician that he is, was trying to figure out how they hung something that heavy through the ceiling. I just smiled at him and his curiosity. We left the temple after sitting awhile and walked around the back of it where we were faced with a huge rock wall with statues built into it. We read that they were deities that protect people from their worldly desires. They were very interesting to look at. Looking down you can see ...
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