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... Omotesando, but jet lag got the better of us and we decided to go for a rest before going back out again to meet some friends for dinner (at a very nice restaurant in Rappongi where you cook BBQ your own food on your table).
Thursday started at a more leisurely pace with a visit to our hotel`s private rooftop hot tub before getting the train to Harajuku again. This time we did it a bit more justice, and strayed (excuse the pun) on to ...
... stop, Tokyo tower and a look at the city from up high ( apparently Tokyo tower was modelled on the Eiffel Tower) what a concrete jungle housing 30 million people! Then onto Happo-en and what a surprise; an oasis in the middle of the concrete. A beautiful Japanese garden with a bonsai display(some being 500 years old) and a pond filled with giant koi (carp) just gorgeous And soooo tranquil. This was followed by a traditional tea ceremony and the ...
... off and I was the only one left because of my international flight. As I munched on gummy bears, the bald, stocky bus driver with Lance Armstrong sunglasses asked me where I was headed.
Oh, nice! Just to sightsee, err?
Yup. I have never been to Asia and I finally got time off work, so might as well!
Mhhm. Okay, my dear. Get out!
He jogged down the bus steps and extended his big, soft hand towards me. My ...
... earlier though - as is it took us forever to walk anywhere for fear of getting run into by one of the dozens of mini forklifts around the place. Irina left us for her lunch at Jiros, and Kacey and I stuck around to try the sushi by the market. In a word - amazing. I'm so glad that Kacey realized sushi could be good a few days earlier. She wasn't even hungry but still had as many pieces as she could possibly want. It's going to be really hard to have sushi in the states after our meal ...
... the 30 day visa. Once she quadruple checked it, and was satisfied that I was gonna "BE OK" (as if I’m never not ok! WTF) she FINALLY issued me my ticket, the one I paid for, the one I was entitled to!
This whole retarded process took about an hour and of course my driver had to go move the car from the curbside and ended up having to park it while waiting for me. The whole thing was a massive inconvenience and then when I tried to declare ...
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