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For those who have previously read and followed my travel blogs, this one will be certainly different. I have one week for Spring Break and decided to visit my friends Franklin and Alyssa in Japan as well as travel with my close friend Anand, who will soon be moving away from the Bay Area with his family. So, this will serve as mostly a picture blog of my week-long trip ...
... isn't included) without having to buy a ticket. There are quite a few private lines, where the JR Pass isn't valid, but it's an amazing deal, and makes it so much easier not having to buy a ticket. You just wave your pass and the guard lets you through the barriers. Back at the hotel now for a bit of a sit down, but headed back out for dinner soon (I saw a restaurant which served katsu) and to take some pictures of Senso-ji while it's all lit ...
... of the terminal, Dad and I said our goodbyes at the security gate and we were off to our respected destinations.
Wow, we covered so much in such a short amount of time and thankfully I was able to visit new places that I hadn't been to yet. I know Dad likes to travel and see new things, so maybe it's from him that I get the interest. I'm happy that he was able to come and live in my new world for a time, albeit a short time. Now it's time to rest and plan for my next guest, my friend since middle school, Betsy!
... electronics they just replace them. We ended up buying a used English keypad laptop instead.
We left Tokyo Wednesday morning on the bullet train. We bought a JR pass and it does not include the fastest bullet train but there are a few levels of bullet and we took one level down from the fastest. A bus from Tokyo to Kyoto takes 8 hours, and our train took 2 ½, so it was still pretty fast. We were not only impressed with the actual speed of the train but also ...
... being shown to our seats. (even
given a bowl with a sweet on. At first I thought I was in a place full of
thieves until someone gestured what to do. bx ) Witnessed a traditional
Japanese play. Full bright costumes and a plot that could be followed thanks to
an explanation in the programme.(I recognise the girl from the tea ceremony bx
she told us she started training at six years old and as so many of the youth
don’t want to keep the traditions ...
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