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... work long hours in the buddy system that takes them away from their wives and girlfriends for long periods. Like the motorcycles that have made the town world famous, letting off steam is a perfected fine art.
Back in our street, after dark, the neighbouring blocks are now lit by purple neon strips, silhouetting men at each door. Hearts of pink wall-paper cover the bare pay booth to one. Another, with frosted windows, offers a "hyper ...
... on 31st. Went to shibuya in the evening. Wasted some time going back to Shinjuku and finally went back to hotel. Pretty cold by this point. Trains Are easy peasy. Today we slept in a bit and got some washing done. Has a typical Japanese breakfast which had no cereal at all of course. There was a buffet which had vegetables, some fish, some little sausages, some vegetable pikelets, miso soup and ...
I think that this volunteering activity would be very suitable to a school group because a whole bunch of kids working together to help other kids would be a great feeling. I am definitely not ready to go home yet! Tokyo is such a awesome place and there is so much to do here it would take literally months to see even half of Tokyo. I wish that I could volunteer for a couple more days but I am looking forward to eating some good old aussie food!
... at every intersection were a dozen or more overhead signs in Japanese and English , leading to different platforms and exits. Not only that but there were scores of intersections scattered along the length of the concourse. I made a mental note that my return platform was #13 and set off to navigate my way through the warren of passageways, through the throngs of people, until I walked out into the open air onto a broad boulevard surrounded by majestic skyscrapers. Seeing the ...
... areas designated non-smoking, and the prominence of smoking in public places, particularly around eating establishments, continues to decline and be put through even harsher restrictions.
With dinner done, and not wanting to set out for any new adventures tonight, because quite frankly we're exhausted, and the tomorrow sees us trekking up into the mountains to Nagano. Should be a very different experience to the crowds and rush of Tokyo.