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It was time to check out of Shibuya City Hotel. After finishing the formalities, took a cab to the JR SOUTH ENTRANCE Shinjuku since we had to board the Shinjuku-Kawaguchiko direct train on Platform#12. I strongly advise you to avoid taking a subway/local train to Shinjuku and boarding the Shinjuku-Kawaguchiko direct train. Shinjuku station is huge and you will get lost with all the crowd. Not to mention that bags you need to drag along with you. I have ...
... For clarification, it's not sadness. It's an overwhelming concoction of happiness, pride, excitement, disbelief, wonder and the marvel of what this trip has already given me. And now Japan too?! I almost need to stop and catch my breath. To top it off (not that I needed anything else), I can see the whole night sky from my window - every star as clear as the next. I've never seen anything like it. The universe really is a beautiful ...
... to splash out a bit more on the night's accommodation, purely for the views. Unfortunately, thanks in part to a Super-Typhoon that was heading for Japan, and also to the fact that it's rainy season here, when we arrived the mountains were entirely shrouded in clouds and mist, to the extent that we couldn't even guess which direction Mt. Fuji was in, let alone see it! For those of you who don't know, and haven't inferred from my not-so-subtle references so far - Cormac ...
... so slightly more. "It even has avocado on it"... done deal. In less than 5 minutes I'm inhaling a cheeseburger and Rox tried a McShrimp burger as Kip looked on at us in disgust. I felt guilty, but not that guilty. Kip ended up ordering from a touch screen at a noodle shop and sitting at the bar with like-minded kids, all with their headphones in. Rox and I looked on at him with pride. Our 10hr flight home in a half-filled 767 was a breeze, especially with a 140mph tailwind ...
... about in a special dog pram! and more funny high heels! Mark is even spotting then now;-)
Going up the Sky Tree made me wonder how big Tokyo is, so I looked it up, it's the largest metropolitan area in the world, with over 30 million residents, which I can well believe. It's hard to relax here, in much the same way after a few days in central London, I need some space and a less frantic pace!
Today was interesting as we thought we might not pack as much in and maybe ...
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