Heiwa Plaza Hotel
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Thursday was always going to struggle to top Wednesday's adventure but at least I gave it a go. The day started by hiring what was a child's bike from the hostel and heading out to explore Kyoto with Malaysian Eric and Dutch rift. Given the limited gears, and general quality of the bikes, I can only say that its a relief that Kyoto is flat. Our target was what I thought was a shrine consisting of a few large orange gates forming a ...
... it worked because the food was awesome! Jord was more adventurous with the soup then I was and ate all the squirmy stuff in it so I was very impressed! Afterwards we came back and tried to stay up and watch a movie but sadly the time difference caught up to us and we were up at 2 am watching DaVinci's demons which is a pretty good show! Today we're off to explore Tokyo so wish us love!
Arigato for reading and we'll post again soon!
Love tal xo
... of our time trying to find just the business district and thinking at every point we were getting close, yet everything seemed so far away.
By now we had found a park of sorts in one of the precincts. Situated in a little neighborhood that we unaware of and somewhere off our map. We walked up this giant hill to find a look out point that showed the entire city. The Business District looked to be in our sights now. As we walked through the back streets ...
... eyes soreness and refreshment....the scale was a 5 out of 7 so we figured perfect! Ok, your probably wondering why am I telling about visine? Well this visine was so special and should have said refreshMINT on it!! It was more like taking a finger full Vicks vapor rub and massaging that into your eyes....luckily for me, Khai was the guinea pig on this one. Ashita made (until tomorrow) from Tokyo city view and the grand sumo tournament! Lee & ...
... My hotel was right around the corner from a main street, so I wandered out to explore. There were rows of designer stores, similar to Fifth Avenue in NYC. Everything is very lit up for the Christmas season, which I find surprising for Japan (didn't realize that so many celebrated Christmas). There must be an election coming up because cars go up and down the street with loudspeakers shouting about something and ...