Centurion Hotel Residential Akasaka
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Today we went to the huge Japanese fish markets. There were octopus,tuna, eels and even crabs! They eat loads of fish here! We got to wander through the fish markets, watching workers cut the fish with long, sharp knives. Next we zoomed through the city by monorail and came to a technology exhibition. We walked inside and found cool things that delayed or transformed your voice after you spoke into a microphone. At lunchtime, we found two ...
... rewrite your tired, old script.
It upends all of your comforts and familiarity and complacent safeholds, baring you to the world. It's terrifying, especially to career introverts like me. But you have no choice; you start to rewrite yourself.
Tired, depressed, office-worker is recast - a more outgoing role, willing to try new things rather than stay complacent - he's tireless in his pursuit to reconcile the heart's desire with current reality.
I did all ...
So what can I say about our experience of having people visiting and on occasion staying with us? Really difficult to put into words what the experience was like of having Helen to stay for 2 weeks (poor thing had to sleep on a put up bed in our cramped living space and had no privacy) followed by Caroline, Leo and dad visiting (but staying at a nearby hotel because our apartment is so small!) Exciting, interesting, fun, ...
... didn't contain gluten or shellfish. Only belatedly did we realise that despite our best attempts to find an authentic Japanese restaurant as we had the night before, we were in fact in a genuine Chinese restaurant. The meals were lovely and energised us enough with what was to come - full blown monsoon for the 10 minute walk back to the hotel. The rain so heavy it was a real effort to hold umbrellas up against it and with so ...
... and not a lot of planning lead me to the Rippongi district where I had visions of being a sightseeing cheat and going to the movies. Instead I found the Mori Art Museum on the 50-something floor so looked around that in a bit of a daze, sat at another observation deck and watched the sun set over the city. Not a bad way to finish the day!
Slightly exhausted. Three more days. I am hoping for more cats in parms, and definitely more eating.