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... I didn't get a chance to as some people decided to do it twice.
Later on, two musicians boarded the train and played these Japanese instruments. Luckily, it wasn't the wailing kind of tunes.
45 minutes into the ride, the rain is coming down together with a bit of lightning. Luckily, we are inside. There are still padi fields and trees with ivy growing on the trunks. The rain cleared the further along the coast we went. We ...
... we arrived after 2 weeks at sea, which was a lot of fun and pampering. The days flew by, and we were deposited here in Tokyo after visiting 2 other Japanese ports, Otaru and Hakodate, with a side trip to Sapporo. While we had never heard of either before, we were very pleasantly surprised to find them to be enjoyable and interesting. First off, we've found the people to be extraordinarily friendly, despite the language barrier. It ...
... which means our restaurant is closed so we can dine wherever we want . After a revitalizing bath we opt for the buffet and lucky for us both of our waiters are up there so they chose us a table in their area and Jeffrey follows me to the buffet and tells me what's best and Dom gets us a glass of wine in a wine glass when everyone else has plastic. They look after us very well. Tomorrow is our last port of call before our cruise returns to Yokohama on ...
... catholic, russian orthodox, etc.) beside some shrines. The houses are build according to Western style and remember the time when the first traders have lived there
On the way back we heard in the old shipyards German music and ended up in a restaurant that had a beer festival with "german" dishes. Overall a funny evening and day
... are many shops selling fresh fish (seafood) to whoever. And by fresh I mean fresh. A lot of the fish, crabs, squid, shellfish etc. were still alive. And in many of the places they would cook it for you ( extra price no doubt) and you could eat it there ( standing of course - no just kidding. Some places had chairs and tables). The size and scope of the market puts the Auckland one to shame, and this town only has a population of 300,000.