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Travel Blogs from Taito
... ageing. As Sherry or any of my other
colleagues will attest, many of the people we met appeared to be 10-15 years
younger than they were. The most
startling for me was when I met a junior member of the Japan Real Estate
team. He was new to the team and I
quickly decided he must have recently finished his university studies. At dinner our first night, I found out that
he was older than me and married with two children. Whatever it is that prevents ...
... someone sneezed on screen. Jamie had seen people walking round with these big edible things so we went on a hunt for them and found out they were churritos so we had one chocolate and one maple which actually just tasted of cinnamon. They were chewy horrible sticks of ****. We ate those while in the queue for Space Fantasy which was a spinning ride in the dark. Next up was the Terminator 2 ride. Well or so ...
We checked out of our hotel and caught the train back to Shinjuku Station. Once there we enquired about the left luggage office. All Japanese stations seem to have left luggage lockers but most of these were too small for our huge suitcases. The lass in the Information Office suggested that the Department store, Odakyu, had larger lockers and gave us rough directions. Main Japanese railway stations can be like a labyrinth andpossibly Shinjuku is ...
... 65289; before they are raked up, disinfected, and taken to nearby laboratories for testing.
Ｈｅｒｅ flora and fauna fall into two distinct categories: the plants are potted, and animals in pet shops. It is a place where nature has been tamed, and humans can feel safe.
Roaming within the sanctuary of his business suit, or within the reassuring shortness of her micro-skirt, here man is top of ...
... 8211; scrambled egg and cheese croissant with a little bowl of fresh fruit salad and orange juice.
Caught a cab into Shibuya - another advantage of flying into Haneda is that it’s only 10 kms from the centre of Tokyo and while still an expensive taxi fare (about $110) nowhere near as bad as the one from Narita which is 65 kms away and costs over $300.
It was almost midnight and the streets were quiet as we drove through central Tokyo to the hotel. ...