Dormy Inn Soga
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... now, because I have never felt it before. I feel as though I’ve truly matured. I’m eager to explore Japan as much as possible this semester while learning all about the culture and language in my classes and meeting students from around the world. My thoughts once again return to how incredibly blessed I must be, and how grateful I am for how far I have come all on my own two feet. I’ll update everyone after my arrival at Narita and settling into my dormitory at ...
After checking in and a couple of complimentary beers, we set off for a walk around Ginza and Tsukiji to get our bearings. As we walked we noticed how quiet Tokyo is for such a big city. No honking or yelling. Even the cars and trains run quieter. Everyone follows the traffic rules and the pedestrians don't walk until the walk light is green even if there are no cars ...
... and English is not spoken widely, young ones are more likely although its limited. Ordering – eating out – menus are all in Japanese unless stated there is an English menu. Some places have picture menus. We experienced a sushi cafe where you just chose off a picture menue ohlalalal it was the best sushi I have ever eaten!!!
We tried to hire bikes down by the river, passports are mandatory and ...
... came over all healthy and had yoghurt and fruit with a cup of tea to start the day.
The flight went on and on but I sat next to Mike, a fireman from Vancouver, who made me feel that my long day was nothing to worry about. He had been to a mates wedding in Wanaka and was heading back to Canada. He had driven 5 hours to Christchurch during the night and caught a flight up to Auckland at 5am to join our flight of 11 hours to Tokyo. From there he had 1/2 hour ...
... no obvious bag or size limits in force, the massive amounts of seafood just sitting around, and what I expect is inevitable wastage at the end of each day, is just appalling. To think that this happens every day of the year makes you wonder just how long it can go on.
Perhaps I'm overreacting. I'm certainly not armed with the facts about the amount of wastage, or the sustainability of fishing practices on this scale, but if there aren't enough ...