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... as well) and there families we went to a camping area in Chiba where the unpacking of the cars began. I believe I already wrote this before: when the Japanese prepare for something, they do it up to a level that is unknown in Western countries. So from the back of the cars the newest tents appeared, followed by foldable kitchen counters and of course several types of barbecues, including a smoking oven. And the food... wow... Let's ...
Tokyo Wrap up
With the exception of Shanghai (which doesn't really count as a visit, as I only went through on an airport transfer bus) Tokyo is the most populace city I have visited. It is in fact the most populace metropolitan area in the world. While some parts of Tokyo are unnervingly populated (Shibuya, Akihabara) there are many parks offer peaceful refuge to the ...
... quick as and we were seated and on our way in no time. The motorways could have been in Auckland, or Melbourne, or Sydney....same as....same as. except they had planted cherry blossom trees like little toy soldiers all along some stretches of road, miles of pink blossoms. It was a lovely warm evening with a lovely sunset and I was starting to feel like Tokyo was going to be a great place to stay for a week.
Got of the bus in Kaihin Makuhari which is an ...
... a few bags). At Tokyo Station, it did not take long to find the Narita express. The only thing we did not plan is that the airport is really far away. It took us almost 2 hours to get there... Obviously this unexpected delays did not let us a lots of time to do some shopping at the airport. So after checking in and drop our bags, we made our way to the gate. Narita airport is big and there are quite a lots of shops so if you can, plan for an hour of shopping there.
... arrow in the direction of where the course should be. In 2010, Noelle and I wasted a lot of time standing by the side of the road consulting the map book. This time, I almost never stopped other than to take photos or to get a drink at a convenience store or vending machine. Speaking of which, vending machines are everywhere in urban areas or almost every small village so you're never far away from a drink
After Kumagaya, ...