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... to one side and I accidentally hit him in the head by his glasses. I of cause apologise and fortunately the is no damage to his glasses - nor to him.
Eventually we find the hotel and I get signed in.
I was going too find a small tripod so as to make night-photography but it has gotten late and I'm tired so I eat in the hotel restaurant (witch is surprisingly cheap) and rest in my small hotel-room watching Japanese baseball.
Steps / strides today: 8594
... our way to the airport.
After getting our bags, we ask the hotel people how to get to the airport and he indicated us that we could go to Ueno then take the Skyliner. He was quite sure that our JR pass would work... so we trusted him and went to Ueno. And wrong... JR pass do not work there. So we had to rush back to Tokyo station to take the Narita express. Rushing back to tokyo station was not so easy with all the bags (yes, with all our nice souvenirs we ...
... for the day. Walked down to Shibuya, stopped by parco, gap, and Shibuya 109. Met at Starbucks at 6:30 Decided to re meet at 8 so we could shop a bit more. Saw the rest of Shibuya 109 and H&M Met and went to go find dinner, ended up waiting for half an hour for a grill place. Lots of strange things on the menu and couldn't agree on a lot of stuff. In the end sashimi, noodles, fried chicken. Train home. ...
... the main street but if you venture in to the side and back streets, it's really quaint and has a chilled vibe.
Back on the last train of our day bound for home. We stopped at our local for a quick Katsudon before attempting to pack our bags in readiness for our departure tomorrow.
Both of us forgot to put on the pedometer so no idea how many steps but my feet are feeling like it was more than ...
... the wonderful world of Manga and Anime. For those who don't have a clue what that is, its the Japanese style of drawing characters. It was originally derived from the early comics, well before video games. Then eventually the world of video games grew in the 90's and with it, Manga and Anime. It has to be said it is pretty cool.
The next day was one of those boy hood dreams ticked off the list, traveling on a Bullet train. Wow this thing was just like the pictures in ...
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