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... Thousands of believers and tourists funnel through a narrow lane lined with small shops and food vendors. I joined the crowd and lined up to buy some strangely popular powdered soy balls on a stick. Interesting but I wouldn't go out of my way to buy them again. There was so much STUFF we couldn't understand that anyone could possibly need or want. Our Western society is obviously not unique in combining religion with consumerism.
... then it all stopped and the furnace-like sun came out.
When i hit the fish market it was about 27C and around 85% humidity. In the park it was easily 30C and 100% humidity after the rain. Brutally hot. It's like walking through a city sized sauna. I now understand why literally every enclosed space in the city has ridiculously good air-con. Getting onto a crowded train is a joy as it is almost cold, literally. it's so unlike the london underground it's just weird! In a ...
21st May 2013
That means 'Hello!' in Japanese. And that's what the customs official said to me. Nothing much else was said after that, and I sailed past security and immigration control to pick up my backpack which looked slightly different to what it looked like when I check it in. It was like meet someone on a Sunday morning for breakfast after they've been on a proper night in the town with the boys on Saturday. Battered, bruised, seemingly older than in the last ...
It's currently 4 pm in Tokyo right now. Bon and i are just chilling at Starbucks in Shibuya resting our tired feet from all day of shopping. I got tired of staring at the waves of people crossing from all directions at probably the busiest intersection of Tokyo and I figure i'm probably creeping out the locals a bit. So decided to pull out the ipad and blog about the day so far while we enjoy a couple of cold beverages. Getting started: We got up at 3 am thinking ...
... in line to have my fresh sushi breakfast! It was amazing!!
After the fish market I went to an near by park to stroll around and take some pictures. While I was at the park, I saw two different couple taking wedding photos in the park!
Michelle was able to sneak out of work early and meet me in the afternoon. We spend the afternoon hanging out in Ikeburkoro.
That evening we went out to dinner at a Ninja dinner. A restaurant where you ...
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