Hotel Castle Plaza
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... few family friends come over and had a takoyaki party (octupus in dough ball things) and today we went to the Aeon mall, where there have H&M and forever 21 which actually fits a gigantor like me. Fun Fact: most of the women have fringes here. Like seriously sometimes I go a day without seeing a woman without a fringe. Peace out ...
... story. We walked in to find a bathroom larger than our entire Tokyo hotel room, a couch in front of the flat screen TV with surround sound speakers overhead, a PlayStation and Wii with on demand games and microphones for karaoke, a projector screen in front of the king size bed, a massage chair and slot machines in the corner.
We'll be taking Thursday to rest up and enjoy the crazy room and then we'll be heading to Kyoto. Stay tuned!
... stone. She was successful and should now be able to find her true love.
Makoto led us through some narrow allies to get to lunch. We passed some women dressed as geishas but he said they were only tourist renting the costumes for the day. Everyone was stopping them for pictures through, so I hope they didn't have plans for the afternoon. Our restaurant was in the actual Geisha district, but they don't come out until night. We ate in a very traditional room on the ...
... at the front door and have slippers to wear inside and for the toilet you have special plastic toilet slippers so if you tread in wee you don't spread it round the house. We are now very good with chopsticks and have got our own. We can't read the Japanese writing, it is like symbols but a lot of signs are also in English and the restaurants have plastic copies of the dishes in the window we can point to. We have had an origami lesson that was very cool ...
... then shocked to see our little friend running up the stairs screaming at us for a photo! He was desperate and needed some memorabilia of his helpful encounter with western girls. He told us that he'd been to Brisbane before and just smiled with pride. After this awkward conversation he had a photo with me and then I began to take a photo of him and Nat but I lost it laughing. I couldn't contain myself as I watched the picture of the two of ...