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... to the world second tallest (just over 350 feet). The day was gray and overcast, so perhaps not the best for beautiful views. However, the line was virtually non-existent, so we hopped on. It was a pleasant ride, and Will and Addy seemed to especially enjoy it. It was fun to see a lot of places we want to visit. I'd also love to ride it again on a clear day. From there we walked to Chinatown, since we'd "visited" Germany already why not add another cultural ...
... Our first stop was at an overlook where we got some time to look around before heading to the building where we would get onto the cable car. This overlook gave a perfect view of the mountain. I could have stayed there for an hour just taking pictures but we only had 15 minutes. Actually, I was kind of glad we only had 15 minutes there because the area smelled like a giant gas leak. There were sulfur steam vents around which made the area smell like rotting eggs. ...
... no other. All you see around you is people. What was previously an almost perfectly lined up wall has turned into a throng of people all going about their own way, evading other people left and right. It makes me want to stand still in the middle of the crossing and just let their energy wash over me, the energy of hundreds of people simultaneously living their lives.
Taking pictures in that mess of a mass is nigh impossible, so all of my pictures failed. Luckily ...
... that it was the same person and handed me my money, and a tissue. I had, had enough of the constant money troubles and broke down in tears relieved we could finally carry on our trip and have a decent meal. Rach and I rendezvoused at the hostel almost at the same time. She had also been successful in getting her police report.
We had a day to kill and with the sun shining I hoped we could finally make it to see Mount Fuji. The weather had been so rubbish the last ...
... still existent 10 years later.
Anyway, it's been many years since I last visited Tokyo in 1995. Of course, we transferred here several times on our way to the US, but it's a long time since I last stayed in the Japan territory. There were not so many people at the custom as expected, as we went thru it in half an hour. I expected to spend one hour at the airport, so wasn't prepared to leave earlier. Plus ...