Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kawasaki
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... learn a thing or to along the way.
First up is the Tsukuba blind school. In this program, you will hold conversations in English with high school students with visual impairment. They develop their own English conversation program, materials, game ideas, and conversation topics. You will follow their lead and socialize with these students in English. One or two volunteers will be ...
... a breath of fresh air. And I wasn't going to let a little fever spoil my fun.
First on the agenda was my immersion in a favourite Japanese passtime: shopping! I hadn't really done much shopping during this trip so far (and I hadn't had much need for it either, what with my bags already full and all), but the laundry services, sweaty weather and rough activities of the past two months in Southeast Asia had done some serious damage to my limited wardrobe. And what more ...
After catching the Narita Express and dropping my bag at the hotel, which was spacious and quite nice, Victor & I went out for my first dinner in Japan on this trip.
Not far from our hotel, in a street lined with trees illuminated with fairy lights we found a collection of restaurants. We decided to eat at a ...
... and interactive models We made our way out and towards the museum of For dinner that night we headed to Outback Steakhouse Shi****wa which was recommended by Jordan's boss and it was obvious why he enjoyed it so much. The steakhouse had an Australian theme - the walls were covered in boomerangs and iconic Australian views, the menu provided meals and cocktails with Australian names or named after Australian locations and the toilets were labeled as Sheila's and Blokes. We ordered ...
So our journey commenced On the 24th of August with a whole bunch of travel: ¥ 2am drive to Sydney ¥ 8:15am fly to Tokyo ¥ 5pm Arrive in Tokyo and 90mins on a train to get to our hostel ¥ 7:30 arrive at Nui Hostel Bar and Lounge. We checked in, proceeded to our dorms and checked out the hostel. The hostel makes the most amazing pizzas (when in tokyo) and cocktails are only $5. Our week in Tokyo, Japan was filled with new food, people, ...