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... on the train out to Kunitachi even more so. The trains themselves are smooth and covered in fluid advertising screens, and advertisements for Japanese call girls which hang down from the ceiling.
Once we arrived in Kunitachi (a suburb which is to Tokyo what Esher is to London perhaps) Coco treated us to our first Japanese breakfast. After some Japanese pear or what we have now named it, `Papple` (which has a taste more like an ...
... well: to get onto the starbucks free wifi I had to fill out a form, then they sent me a confirmation email so that I could access the wifi. Only 1 problem: I could not access my email, without the wifi, to activate the wifi. Ended up using Family Mart wifi while I was out as Graeme helped me set up an elaborate, Japanese only, activation process.
It’s great to catch up with old friends that you can feel very comfortable with. Graeme was ...
January 4th to March 7th
Halfway around the World on the World Cruise 2014 starting in Fort Lauderdale and getting-off in Hong Kong, then making a 3-day stopover in Tokyo before heading home by way of Vancouver, Dallas and an overnight in Orlando.
There were so many highlights that we are not going to single them out, the list would be too long.
Here is where our trip took us ...
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After our night out with Shin and Shoe we quickly rid ourselves of our cell hostel. On our way out we noticed this cutting, but accurate review note from a fellow guest!
Delirious and in need of some retail therapy we hit Harajuku for a shopping spree. Harajuku is famed for its quirky, eccentric Japanese fashion, think Gwen Stefani Harajuju Girls!
... yea, totally worth people thinking I am really stupid for not being able to write why the ice cream was really good. Then, I went to Odaiba with an ex-co-worker. She showed me around the whole place, walking and talking for hours. So much fun but really ...