Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tsukuba

Address: 1-5-7 Azuma, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Kanto, 305-0031, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1-5-7 Azuma, Tsukuba, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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          Mid-year exchange ramblings

          A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 29, 2013

          ... but it was as if some sort of intense fatigue set in. 'Cos 3 months is actually a really long time to feel as though you're trying super hard but not really getting anywhere. Despite my continual efforts I hadn't managed to find a niche group of people at uni, or 'my tribe' as a fellow Aussie exchange student once described it. I was starting to wonder what on earth I was doing here.

          Luckily for me, a well-timed visit from my cousin Adele gave me a bit of a reprieve and ...

          Almost 8 months after I arrived in Japan...

          A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 15, 2013

          ... figure it'd be good for me as a way to debrief, haha).

          So anyway, here goes...

          Almost 8 months in Japan. I struggle to comprehend that I've been here for that long. When I first arrived I was running on all cylinders frantically trying to get practical things sorted - furniture, phone, bank account, class enrolment, taste testing everything that Japanese convenience stores have to offer (which is a lot, incidentally lol). I also embarked on ...

          The inhale is seismic

          A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Mar 12, 2011


          ... what was occurring elsewhere in the country at that moment, I would've known there wasn't much cool about it at all for most. Fore as I'm sure you've all heard by now, what was a moderate shaking of the foundation for us, was an earth-shattering (literally) display of Nature's wrath for much of the country. People are homeless. Stranded. Lost or gone. The damage is truly awesome.

          In the aftermath today, Shichi and I ...

          School of Soft Knocks

          A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Jan 21, 2011


          ... offers tennis, track, pool, basketball courts, weight room, and martial arts lessons for the low low price of 70 yen per hour (less than a dollor). I then went on a VERY long journey to city hall and became an officially landed alien (yay me!). I went through the process completely in Japanese! I still feel proud of myself for that one.

          That's a glimpse of the last couple of days, but there's just too much to ...

          Yokoso to Japan! Where It's Really Quite English

          A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Jun 08, 2010

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          ... us going anyway!

          When we touched down in Tokyo we had to get through immigration and customs. Immigration was fine albeit with fingerprint scanners, but customs were really nosy! They asked us where we’d come from and what was in our bags. We’d said Malaysia and then he queried that because of all the stamps in our passports, so we had to explain in more detail. We’ve never anything so picky!

          We got the Keisei Line Limited Express to Ueno, buying ...