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... and more noodles and more noodles! Visited Disney Sea...on a quiet sunny day!?! Enjoyed Lesley's choice of hotels....swam at the outside pool in Hiroshima (Lesley wearing a perished swimsuit and a swimming hat...yes ladies and gentleman a real show stopper!), had more family discussion (sister to sister!) visited the Tokyo aquarium where grandad was lulled asleep by the swimming penguins, visited the science museum and ...
... exploring of the neighborhood and find a restaurant. Shinjuku is a young,up and coming neighborhood in Japan, but it is also home to Tokyo's red-light district, so on our quick jaunt through the neighborhood, we managed to run into a number of interesting characters. Just let me say, Japanese guys do not make attractive women, and there are a bunch of girls here who like fishnet accessories.
We found an udon ...
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(Full details in the 'Halway around the World 2014' blog.)
... at our hostel we hung out for a bit but decided to head to bed early because we had an early morning today! Sadly we said goodbye to Tokyo today as we jumped on the bus headed to Takayama for the next part of our journey! All in all Tokyo was amazing to us and we're so lucky that we got to experience some of what it had to offer! It was a great first place to start our adventure and we can't wait to see what life has in store for us over the next 4 months!Love tal ...
... delicious and very reasonably priced. When we went in, we pointed to the pictures of the meals we wanted and then had a delicious meal of udon soup and tempura for a total of only $14. It was so good we wanted more. Our tipping research indicated that this was a no tipping country - to tip someone is actually a little insulting; the services requested are covered by the price given, so there is no need to pay more.
It was obvious that cleanliness is ...