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Travel Blogs from Nagoya
What an amazing experience-. to visit Chigusa High School in Nagoya, Japan.
A sweet local woman (friend of the Japanese teacher at my HS in Texas), Mikako Watanabe, drove me to the school and helped me with a little translating and understanding cultural customs. (I'm grateful she prevented me from making idiot-foreigner-faux-pas).
Heute zuerst Autofahrt von Tokyo nach Nagoya. Erste Hürde aus Tokyo raus finden. Zum Glück haben wir ja ein Navi. Also gleich mal die Nummer vom Hotel in Nagoya eingegeben und schon wird die Route berechnet. Das funktioniert auch ganz gut, bis man auf einer Straße fährt, die das Navi offenbar nicht kennt. In Nagoya scheint es eine relativ neue …
1st: 3-4 Oct 2008
2nd: 10-11 Oct 2008
Unbelievable... I went to Nagoya twice, exactly a week after.
This time, I went shopping with a friend.
I'm very happy that this time I found some stuff that I want to buy there.
I ate Japanese curry rice for dinner. It's very nice, I like Japanese curry.
After a rather hurried check out of the Hearton Hotel and a dash to the railway station, we made it to the platform in pretty good time. Excitement built for the arrival of the train as this would be our first journey on a Shinkansen train, one of the famous bullet trains. The train pulled in three minutes ahead of our scheduled departure and, not …
... wear ones, though unlike Tokyo I managed not to 'explore' an entirely female floor, which had left me looking like some kind of Western lunatic. The basement, just like a mall I'd browsed in Asakusa, is full of food stalls selling weird, wonderful and fabulous smelling foodstuffs. It's a sight to see all of its own. In the afternoon, with most museums shut, I took the subway down to the port. Or it took me, potato potato. Cricket seems to be big here, ...
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