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... once felt like I was in any sort of danger, even in some sketchy looking alleyways.
Countryside is beautiful. Graeme and I rented a car for the day, exploring the beautiful rolling hills, rice paddies and quaint little very quiet villages. We also went to a Sentō, a traditional Japanese thermal springs bath house. It was very beautiful, relaxing and a different experience than I was used to as everyone in the bathing area was completely ...
I have been visiting my family in Denver and Los Angeles for about the last week (March 22 - 30). I had a lovely time with them, and it again showed me how important it is to stay close with your family.
I flew from LAX to Narita Airport (Tokyo) ...
... way back to the hotel, we confirmed that they had made our evening dinner reservation and we got organised before getting a taxi to the restaurant. The area we were in looked like Times Square, with so many streets full of neon signs! We found our robot restaurant for the night, and wondered what we had let ourselves in for! We sat down in a room filled with glitzy lights, with our complimentary bento boxes, and enjoyed a 1 hour show full of ...
... in the dark with two small children and not really worry about it!
Harajuku being the fashion district, we saw a lot of interestingly – and well – dressed people. There are all kinds of interesting fashion things going on in Tokyo, and even in two days I saw a bunch of recognizable castes and trends. We didn’t see any of the really crazy youth stuff – the Cosplayers or the Lolita goth stuff – but plenty of ...
... rather than to hold onto for support. The Japanese metro is spotless. There was no dirt, no wrappers, no graffiti. No one smelled. I felt like I was waiting for something to happen. When I am in NYC, I am used to seeing the street performers come into the trains and do loud acrobatic shows for cash. This metro was teh definition of tranquil. There were signs that told passengers that it was Forbidden to push and shove when exiting the train, because ...
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