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Travel Blogs from Yokohama
... less was happening. It was interesting to see that when everyone went on lunch (yes they take lunch in Tokyo unlike other stock exchanges!), the ticker noticeably slowed down a huge amount.
If we could have spoken Japanese, or if some people in Tokyo spoke more English, I'm sure we would have liked Tokyo a lot more than we did. It is a beautiful city, but unless you are multi lingual, it's not the easiest city to get by in.
We were glad that we were off to the USA ...
... in Ebisu. It was really cool to see a relatively large church in a country where only 2% of the population are Christians. Everyone was incredibly welcoming and all in awe that we had taken so long a trip! Gap years are very rare in Japan and holidays past one week are considered a bit extravagant so we shocked quite a few people with our ventures. Maretha (Tim’s aunty) was very kind and translated throughout the sermon so we felt we could be part of the service.
... days total. Way better than lugging our huge cases around.
Checked the bags in but a bit worried to find out we’d have to collect them and go through customs in Sydney. We just have to wait and see.
It was only when we got to the lounge that I realised that I hadn’t taken my noise cancelling headphones out of the case before I checked it in. The Qantas economy headphones are absolutely rubbish. They should be ...
In the afternoon we headed to the Meiji-jingu shrine surrounded by a large forest area. Walking through a shinto portal, we arrived at the actual shrine and after washing ourselves, we could approach. We spent the remainder of the day exploring the Shinjuko area and the vast commercial streets sprawling in all directions.
The second day, we tried to get acquainted with the local transport, going into the central parts to ...
... awesome waffles for afternoon tea.
Some rest time in the hotel, then down to the station for dinner. The weather now, although overcast, is at least 10 degrees warmer than it has been in the last few days. Tonight was T-shirt weather.
When we got to the restaurants at the station, we were intent on trying something else, so we investigated the menus of all of the other restaurants, before finally giving up ...
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