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... remember spending the better part of an hour looking up and down the same road trying to find Guest House Kanalian. At one stage we even walked past the sign, not realizing the guest house was down a little stairway.
You learn pretty quickly in Japan, that without speaking the language the barriers are going to be massive hurdles to get over. As we walked the roads still trying to find this place. We came upon an English Translation Center. I had never ...
Slight delay at Heathrow (plane had a little engineering problem) otherwise a great experience moving through Heathrow T5. Watched Django Unchained - another corker from Tarrantino - had some lovely wine and a little nap and before we could say Konnichiwa we were in Japan. First thing that strikes you is how clean everything is and then ...
... in 10 different directions simultaneously.
Got up at 8:26 at my hotel in the Ueno area of Tokyo. Ate breakfast downstairs, then did a few things online, packed, checked out, and stored my luggage. I left the hotel at 10:21 and walked to nearby Shin-okachimachi Station. Argh, this is a Toei Line subway, not Tokyo Metro. Yesterday I bought a day pass for Tokyo Metro, which operates nine of the city’s 13 subway routes. The other four are privately run by Toei ...
... t ready for the snow, as the weather was perfectly temperate in Nikko, but got colder higher up. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it immensely.
On the final day, I got up early to view the shrine of Tokuguwa Ieyasu , who conquered Japan in the 17th century and founded the Tokuguwa dynasty. It was extremely elaborate and lavish, befitting one of Japan’s strongest Shoguns. After that, I walked ...
... and other things to see in Tokyo, but we all have been going through applications for the Big 4, including PWC, for the past few months and will continue to do so for the next year or so. So seeing the Tokyo office was quite interesting and could be a good conversation piece for my next interview with PWC.
Eventually we made our way to the one and only Imperial Palace where the royal family still lives. It is very easy to find because it resembles Central Park in New ...
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