Heiwa Plaza Hotel
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... tomorrow on Diamond Princess - a 23 day cruise from Yokohama to Sydney.
Sunday 6 Sep 15 – Yokohama A slow start to the day and to breakfast at about 8:30am before continuing the repacking regime before boarding the ship. A final gallop around the nearby department store while Naomi looked for sunglasses and then back to the room to check out.
A taxi to the port at Oshanbasi wharf complex at about midday. This is a very stylish ...
... rice. I have no idea what was in it, but it was the best rice ever. I really wanted to thank the chef but people don’t tip in Japan. I quickly thought to translate it on my phone and have him read the phone. I typed, “The noodles were very good and the rice and tuna were excellent.” He read it and a big smile came across his face and he began bowing a lot. I was happy I found a way to let him know I really enjoyed the meal.
We then got back on ...
... br> We ate the skewers, chatted with the locals, then felt like moving on to another place. We picked another place and sat down while ordering some drinks. Here, in our somewhat inebriated state that we picked up from the last place we sat down at, we met Asaf Weis, who was in town for a packaging exhibition, as in the packaging you throw away after you’re done with your pre-packed meal. We chatted a bit, drank plenty, and each went on our merry ways to catch some highly required shuteye.
Sorry I haven't made a post in a few days, our hotel in Kyoto did not have
a strong connection to wifi for android phones. However, there are two
things I have noticed in the past few days in the city of Kyoto.
#1- Everything is designed for convienece and purpose. We were climbing a
mountain in Kyoto, and what did we find at the top in the middle of
nowhere? A vending machine. You can also find them next to shrines ...
... million people and others 35 million. It all depends on what you consider is .... Tokyo.
Next we went to the Asakusa area and the Sensoji Temple. A really interesting Buddist temple with a 5-storey pagoda with crowds of people doing all manner of things that cost money to find good karma. It was amazing to watch them wafting incense smoke over them for good luck, tossing money into the temple font, shaking a drum to extract a ...