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... 5 times the pace of the old train! I then took the 2 hour bullet train to Nagoya from Tokyo. Unfortunately I was now about 1 hour 30 mins later than I'd planned but it could have been a lot worse! Although stressful at the time I always think these sort of situations are good when travelling as they test your ability to make on the spot decisions. I headed towards Nagoya castle, having negotiated the underground ...
Sat next to a guy on the ltd express to Nagoya and he noticed how wet I was and asked "Suzuka"? We laughed a little and tried to have a conversation. Without more than a couple of words between us I managed to work out he raced motorcycles at Suzuka, until injuries to his knee and shoulder became too much. My babel fish app works well enough when I resist the temptation to formulate conjunction riddled sentences and keep it simple: 'it rain ...
... on air. I went through it 3 times.
We managed to get back to the hotel by 6.30pm. We were supposed to meet back at the hotel for dinner at 6.30pm but we were obviously going to be late. Owen changed it to 7pm but the people who did not go to the train museum was unaware of the change in time. This included Takako. There were three other people who did not go to this train park but went to the Noritake Museum, the Toyota Museum and another ...
... Udon we find our way to the castle, and its a beautiful day not a cloud in the sky, this old castle was built in 1612 and was damaged by fire in the air raids in 1612, they are rebuilding some parts of the castle that is not scheduled to be done until 2019, but it has survived close to 500 years of war and hopefully it survives another 500+ years. Robbie takes off and i want to have some more time around the castle so i find a tea house and sit down and have a couple cups ...
... br> Once we got home Megan let me try Japanese food called "Natto".
"Nattō (なっとう or 納豆?) is a traditional Japanese food made from soybeans fermented with Bacillus subtilis var. ...