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... task and took us the whole evening. Once we did emerge from the large pile of receipts, attraction maps, ticket stubs and postcards it was 11pm. When we checked in we noticed a very nice pizza takeaway menus in our room but as we picked it up we noticed that their latest delivery time was 11pm. For a week now we have been carrying two pot noodles around with us just in case. Today we finally used them! So with a huge weight lighted off our shoulders we showered and went to ...
... time to go to bed. Very!! early start tomorrow..... So today we decided to check out the famous Tsukiji Fish Market.....problem is.....they only let 120 people in per day, Sooo you have to get there super early. At 3:10am our alarm went off and we threw on some clothes and headed down to get a cab. We arrived at the fish market at 3:50 and were about the 80th in line....but we made it...happy days. Time to wait. I met a girl from Singapore while we were waiting, ...
... was worth every bit of Yen I spent on it.
NOW IT'S TIME TO EXPLORE YOKOHAMA:
After settling into our Guest House. It was time to explore the city. We grab a map from the Guest House lobby and take off for some exploration. We ended up going for the biggest tourist attractions that we could find first. While this sounded easy, It was a lot of walking to find places and getting lost more often than not. I think on the first day we spend a ...
... Karenina and Silver Linings), a book (There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom - trademark Lyndsey sophistication) and a Good Food magazine later, we landed at Haneda airport and they let us into Japan! We got the monorail into the city and arrived safely at the hotel...at 6:30am! Luckily, they let us leave ourbags while we went off exploring, so after briefly consulting the map, we decided to visit Tsukiji Fish Market (The Lonely Planet Guide says you have to get here early and ...
... talkative and friendly, at least based on her smile I think so.
I left Caitlin and Dianne to some post-lunch mall trawling and made my way back to the ship where I ran into Matthew, the long lost son who was returning from his Japanese Rail Adventure. He has amazing photographs and promises to write a blog entry for his Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo and Nikko trip.