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... port area to show me where everything was, and pictures too, and told me loads more about the sport fishing area, golf course and container port, none of which I understood. The weather had brightened, at least, so the wind that kicked up was only blowing odd bits of sand at me, not rain and everything else. I followed a tsunami exit route to find the subway and head back into town, feeling I'd had a day by the seaside, though the only beach is a long way ...
... glorious at 5.20 and have the sun setting 20 minutes later. As a result, of you lose track of time, running happens in the dark. Nonetheless it was straightforward to find the castle and the edge of Meijo park. The park is apparently lovely, but I skirted the edge in the dark and rain, sticking to the paths, many tree shaded/protected, doing three laps before heading back to another lap of the smaller park in which the science museum sits and back. My evening ...
It was nice waking up in a bed, in a room all to myself. Don't get me wrong Hostels are great, I just feel like I needed my own space. A more normal breakfast this morning, Yogurt, bread, a banana. Yuki and wandered down to the local store and picked up a transit pass for the day. It was a mere 8 dollars, and would let me take any type of public transportation in Nagoya. The first place to visit was the Atsuta-Jingu Shrine. A ...
After packing my stuff and a short Shinkansen ride I was now in Nagoya. This would be a bit different for me, as it was going to be my first Couch surfing experience. Yuki was the kind lady who picked me up from the Nagoya train station. We than went to her house, which she calls the country. It was about 20 minutes from the station, and not what most of us consider country. She owns a house and let me use one of her spare rooms. It seems so spacious compared to all the ...
... i bought a Gon Fox key chain and a couple of post cards! then there was a machine where you buy a coin that has a picture of the museum on it and then you engrave the date and your name on it!after that we were off in the bus once again this time to lunch!
Lunch was at a restaurant that had all the food sitting there waiting for us and it all looked delicious! The lunch was put together by and was with the main staff at the International Association. to eat there was ...
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