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... T9. The platforms are simple... all they say is T16> T15, very easy to use and negotiate a large area.
So around 30 minutes later we arrived at Tokyo train station. It's a very large station on multiple levels but after asking the English speaking member of staff behind the information office we were pointed in the right direction and found the ticket pick up point. As the tickets are strictly only for tourist we had to provide our passports. We waited 2 minutes to ...
... famous for Cosplay and crÍpes!) were the traditional temple district Asakusa and the famous Tsukiji fish market. The sushi there - likely the freshest and best in the world! Anyway, any kind of food was nicely prepared with so much love for detail. Not to mention the flavours... Tokyo is a sensory overload, but one of the best ones :)
... gadgets and even souvenirs were priced so much higher than in Korea. Even food in restaurants was really expensive. However, we've been living somewhere where we can get a full meal for less than $10 a person, so our perspective may be somewhat off.
We found the Disney store which we figured would fill us (mostly Kelsey) with a good dose of retail therapy. The building was decorated like a castle on the outside and featured bright colours and ...
Arrived back in Auckland to be set up again by Bernadette.
She bought a jar of honey from the Hairy Hobbit that left NZ and was OK, got in
& out of Rotatongo OK but failed miserably to get back to into New
Zealand. Fortunately I declared it but
as it was not commercially sealed it was confiscated.
Took a flying 2hrs bus trip around Auckland as we hadn’t
seen much of it so far. Good to see and glad we did it. (Yes will be back and
We didn't do much today, so I'll keep it brief and won't bore you. After a lazy start, Hannah woke up with a childish excitement. It was snowing. My instant reaction was to make some coffee and stay in, Hannah's was a litte different. By 9 we were out, having packed mainy for Australia, I didn't feel well prepared. I thought it would never settle, it seemed too wet, I ...