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... do it no justice. One must experience it for themselves.
Im aware of the cleanliness of the city, from the streets devoid of graffiti, rubbish and general recognition of a cities "bloodline"
The taxi's shimmer in their proud glory. Headrests frou frou-ed up with Nana's finest lace. Each cab identical in its perfection. Automated rear doors open as you approach your fare.
Rubbish trucks show no sign of their labours. Impeccably clean, without odour, ...
... go to Bali to shop but really they should be coming here. Return flights can be had for not much more than the cost to Bali, the selection is way better and prices are cheaper than Bali. Plus you've got all of the name brand places of home with better prices. And if you are after something a little funkier one of the street stalls on Takeshita- dori (Harajuku's infamous shopping Bazaar) can help you out.
Having hit ...
Another great sleep in our super sized bed, and another big breakfast. This morning we took it easy, and did some clothes washing and played around on the super bed. Later in the morning we went for a walk but me and Ben didn't know where we were going.
We went to a Farmers Market near the place with all of the fish kites hanging off the building. We patted some Labradors - they were rescue ones looking to be adopted. They were ...
... done in such a civilised manner....I haven't seen a single person get angry nor something that doesn't work or get fixed ASAP....the concept of "out of order" or "closed due to scheduled engineering works" doesn't exist in Japanese culture, amazing. The three weeks I spent there are best summarised like this:
Tokyo - an amazing crazy busy city of lights, confusing railways and money but really a collection of different neighbourhoods. Akihabara- mad electronics town with ...
... was only one other person!) and ordered my chicken curry. When it arrived, the waiter did not seem to share my anxiety that the chicken was 'rare'. After changing to a vegetable curry I struck up a conversation with the other person in the restaurant (also eating a vegetable curry) who turned out to be an American who taught English in Japan. We ended up talking about American food, and as you would expect had a dispute regarding French toast. Just at the pivotal moment, in came ...