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Travel Blogs from Shinagawa
... Udon" noodles or "Soba". Soba! Then she said the dish was cold. I tried to imply that I wanted a hot dish by saying "Oh, I thought it would be warm!" She said nothing and made the dish for me. If it were warm, I would have been grinning from ear to ear. Instead, the noodles, broth, and rice crispy-like pieces were cold. Even the egg was cold. Silly rabbit, cold soba is for unbearably hot, humid days! I ate it, hoping I would have an "Oh my goodness, what have I ...
... shops under the railway line at Ueno. Like a huge area market shops. All sorts of things cloths, shoes, food, electronics and souvineers. I found Cadbury and Lindt choc and Stuart bought toe nail clippers.We got off the main streets in Shibua and found an interesting area of small shops and houses. Old mixed with new.Joel also spent the day using the trains to get around. He bought some t shirts.Had fish and chips for tea at a Japanese style ...
... in, had some dinner at a nice cafe, looked at some shops and jumped on the plane bound for Gold Coast Australia.
The flight was smooth and despite a heap of kids on the flight they were surprisingly good. We got very little sleep even though we were smashed. Overall it was an okay flight.
I will be posting some random videos from our holidays on youtube and will add the link below later - so check back in a few days.
... to make a wish, take pictures, drink from the well, and buy some stuff for the good folks back home, omiyage. What? I can't tell you my wish or it won't come true. While I was taking a picture, I was thinking damn, I would like to be in this picture. Then out of no where this Australian tourist asked me if I would be her picture buddy. "Of course," I replied. So I took a picture of ...
... brand names, filled with the aggravating pretentious pratts that shop in these establishments, but do you think that we could find a shopping mall or food court, or coffee shop, or something resembling normality in this stupid city.
Eventually we found starbucks, which at least provided us somewhere to get in out of the bitter cold for some time.
The next mission was ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center