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I was looking forward to today the most, as I was going to fulfil a lifelong dream of going to Disneyland. The morning of our day at Disney I was getting ready and saw on the news the photographs of the little Syrian boy that had drowned trying to find asylum in Europe. The whole story made me really sad, and we discussed the situation on the train (despite catching the wrong train initially!). We arrived at Tokyo Disneyland 20 minutes after opening time and ...
... and I will meet up with Michiko and watch anime together at Michikos house instead. My plans for the summer vacation are many: tomorrow me, Andreas and Andreas friend from Sweden are going on a car trip in Hokkaido, then it's moving from the house, then the Ghibli-museum. That pretty much sums up the rest of June; July is even more filled with stuff to ...
... them but I'm glad I ventured out of my norm! I'll most likely only be in Japan once! After following the tour guide through the market, our tour guide showed us an area that had different monuments. She explained to me that each monument was a way of saying thank you to the food that was provided. There was one for eggs, fish and shrimp, each with a rope tied around it, which symbolizes sacredness. During the 30 minutes of free time, some of us walked through ...
Our 5th day in Tokyo was an early start, which was a little daft as I think we had just got used to the time difference. However, it was going to be worth it, as we were visiting Tskuiji fish market and eating at the world famous Sushi Dai! I had deliberated on this long and hard - sushi Dai has a huge reputation and as such a 3-4 (even 5) hour queue isn't unheard of, however it has its reputation for a reason. There are those that say there is better sushi in Tokyo ...
... be perfect for student travellers because it's only $136 per night which is very reasonable for a room of this calibre.
After laying down my bags, I thought id venture outside the hotel for an hour or so. From the entrance, I wouldn't have walked 100m without seeing a new take away/ dine in restaurant. I'll definitely be keeping these in mind for later on ...
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