Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tokyo-Osaki
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... during the day, I can’t quite remember when, I asked my two friends if they had a place I could crash, seeing as the capsule hotel I had stayed at the night before was not quite cutting it for me. I would be happy sleeping on the floor with just my clothes to keep me warm. They were ecstatic at the thought of another traveller and welcomed me, only needing their landlord’s approval. Once that was done, we went through the ordeal of getting my luggage from the locker ...
... Narita was large and very clean. There were 4 twin beds that were closer to the size if a double. We hopped in a taxi to go to Aeon Mall and managed to successfully take the public bus back to our hotel! I gotta admit, I was very proud of us being able to fumble our way through for the first time in Japan without my family there to translate! Go Team Farrell!!!
The next morning we got up and went to the airport. Beijing is next on our hit ...
... another park which was having a cherry blossom festival, it was quite crowded and there was designated picnic areas where people had laid out tarp to sit on, some had fashioned furniture out of cardboard boxes (another great idea Japan!) and most were drinking/ drunk! We had a wander round, the weather wasn't quite so bright, so we headed into a museum and looked at old Japanese warrior stuff which was cool. Day three was a wet one, the weather man had got it right, but we ...
... like Betsy came and fit right in with my life here in Japan like she belonged here with me. I kept reminding her that she could always come back in the four months we have left.
I headed over to my terminal to check-in and for the first time ever on a domestic flight I was actually asked for my identification. Then I got asked about the aerosol cans in my luggage at the preliminary baggage check and had to account for what each one was. They were more concerned about those then ...
We were up early as today was our only chance to catch the famous Tokyo Tsukiji fish market, the worlds biggest seafood market, so by 6:30am we'd left the hotel and were heading for the metro. On the plus side we'd discovered the only way to actually get any sleep in a Japanese double is to sleep head to toe, so at least we'd managed to get some rest! We reached the market by around 7am and explored the outer reaches first, as you weren't allowed into the ...