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... try to take on that much fish so early in the morning..the smell alone will get ya! (Side note..if you don't their by 4 am for the auction...don't bother going before 9 am) While walking around Jord and I saw an amazing looking shop and decided to try what they were offering and we ended up buying a large fish ball wrapped in bacon! It was actually delicious but a littleee toooo early for something so fishy so we managed to have a few bites before finding real breakfast food in ...
... building also has an observatory on the top floor which I planned to visit in the evening. The tourist office was fantastic - I picked up loads of information on each of the main areas in the city that I wanted to see aswell as maps of the railway and metro which I think are going to be invaluable during my time here. I then headed out into the craziness of Shinjuku which is a mecca for electrical goods. I've never been so enthralled by ...
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 ...
... with the tour guide and the group. Then we headed to shinjuku for some food and to climb the metropolitan government building. Upon returning to the hostel we were soon of again to the local sento for a nice naked bath with random men. After relaxing in 40 degree water it was refreshing to then jump in the 15 degree bath. Sook after it was back home and off to bed for tomorrows ...
... to avoid massive fines. You see in Japan the family is responsible for the “clean-up” costs after depressed relatives decide to jump in front of trains. It was as wise an option as health insurance if you think about it, and it definitely paid off.
My final trip was to buy a plant. But this time I wasn’t getting no flimsy Wilson. I went for a cactus, prickly, stubborn, and impossible to kill. I think we’ll get along just fine.