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My friends texted on Thursday suggesting a hanami (picnic/party under the cherry blossoms) on this friday were our story begins. After getting an OK at dragging my mom over there, we were excited to go and went to Sunshine City beforehand. My mom´s bag had broke the night before so we went shopping for one in Sunshine City,as well as a (late) birthday present for Phi and food for the hanami. ...
... Metro stations are shown in English, each line is colour-coded and each station is given a number, which all makes working out where to go, and how to get from one line to another, much easier than a cursory look suggests. The one downer is the huge number of people who use the metro, especially during peak hours. We have already decided to start later and to finish travel earlier, where possible.
There are some 36 million people living ...
... It was very popular to get in with a line going out the door but well worth it! we even bought a postcard and face washer with our favourite japanese kitty printed on it 'Kinoko'.
We are having a reasonable early night tonight (sunday) as we are embarking on an epic mission to go to Osaka tomorrow to visit the Universal Studio's theme park which has a replica of Hogwarts from Harry Potter amongst other things so more from me when I'm back!
... bustle. The metro subway provides the weary traveller with access to every corner of Tokyo, which quickly becomes very usable for foreigners.
Being a very sparse area, it was difficult to cover off a lot of the attractions that I wanted to see. It is pretty hard to choose which garden or shrine to see – most shrines and gardens are pretty similar, so with a ...
... park's mascot was called Duffy the Bear, and he was everywhere. The park patrons were firm believers in buying park merchandise. Matt and I were one of the few patrons who weren't wearing Disney shirts, sunglasses, these weird little towel things, or a Duffy purse.
Buying food was an adventure and Diet Cokes (my addiction as my friends know) were nowhere to be found. I bought some kind of fermented wheat no calorie ...
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