Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kawasaki
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The first flight fom Tokyo to vancouver was not the greatest, I couldn't seem to get comfortable. We boarded the plane at 7pm after fulfilling our Saturday the 13th, and land in Vancouver on Saturday the 13th at 11am. Its absolutely mind blowing that we are experiencing two saturday the 13ths! It also felt very bizarre to hear the flight attendants speaking french, and it felt like home right away.
Ben was able to meet up with us in Vancouver, so it was nice ...
... here to the pit toilet, which is basically a porcelain-lined rectangular hole in the ground with a kind of hood at one end. The idea here is that we are supposed to drop trow (notice I said drop, not remove) and squat over these toilets. I cannot for the life of me imagine how this would fail to result in anything but an embarrassing mess, and travel authority Rick Steves can call me a coward for taking this ...
... once felt like I was in any sort of danger, even in some sketchy looking alleyways.
Countryside is beautiful. Graeme and I rented a car for the day, exploring the beautiful rolling hills, rice paddies and quaint little very quiet villages. We also went to a Sentō, a traditional Japanese thermal springs bath house. It was very beautiful, relaxing and a different experience than I was used to as everyone in the bathing area was completely ...
... so we went in for a shiatsu massage each. This was a new experience - mine was pretty damn painful at some points to be honest, but still enjoyable!
We avoided the sky tree observation tower since it was raining and we could barely see the top from the ground so had little chance of seeing any further afield. Instead Scott eyed up the technology centre and after a subway ride or two (we are becoming experts at this now!) we arrived in Akihabara ...
... 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 ...