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... to the train station for a brief snooze on the train back to Tokyo. All this travelling is tiring y'know! By the time I got back I couldn't really be bothered to go far for dinner so I wandered around the streets of Shinjuku searching out some grub! I stumbled upon a cool little network of streets (Kaname Street I think was the name) tucked behind the main road and seemed to be filled with all kinds of bars ...
... 8217;s deluxe condo, where she’d booked us their guest room for a couple of nights to allow us to see something of her Odawara.
The room was a stark contrast to what we’d had in Hakone but it served us well, clean, quiet and secure. Very basic, but at about $45 a night, the Tokyo area doesn’t get much cheaper without sleeping in the park.
Kazuko is one of the lucky ones, a sign of Japan’s ...
... our last hurrah on board since it will be held May 3rd, the day we go through the Panama Canal. You have to sign up with everyone that wants to sit at your table so there were masses in Tymitz Square trying to sign up. We got there thirty minutes early and there was already a long line but luckily we only had to wait about an hour before we got to the front of the line. I went to the gym afterwards and then waited in another line to sign up for a ...
... to see and visit, especially after one of my friends talked it up so much since he visited it previously. After being back at sea for a day between Kobe and Yokohama, we arrived into our second port. I was originally supposed to travel to Tokyo that day but did not because I was behind on homework. On our final day in Japan, I had the best of times. My friend Marissa was on the same trip as I was. We went to Mount Fuji and it was so great. Considering that I wanted to be ...
... as such, the children were quite open and expressive with me. Sadly (in my opinion) this expressiveness will eventually be socialized out of them as they begin to learn the social norms and etiquette of Japan (don't get me wrong - there is a lot to be admired with respect to Japanese norms but it is nice to see the kids simply be kids). But, for now they were my ...
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