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... so patient when it come to things like traffic rules. It is a far step from Mumbai's 20 million people who for the most part dont respect the rules and try and do everything in their power to get one step in front of the next guy.
We spent the day checking out the Design festa gallery and the quirky backstreets of Harajuku, and also exploring the cool and cosy streets of Shimo-Kitazawa before eventually ending up at an adorable little family ...
... building offered a different perspective on the Japanese culture and how it has influenced and been influenced by not only Asia, but Europe and the western world. I really enjoyed the museum. I am so glad to have gone, like I said a prefect way to spend a rainy day! After I had made my way through the museums I hopped back on the train and headed for Shinjuku Station, which is said to be the busiest subway/train station in the world. I managed to find the Robot Wars restaurant. The ...
... coming from our time in Maui, where we love our time watching these majestic creatures swim around us, it was so very sad to think of them being slaughtered for bacon. One knock on the Japanese continues to be that they have little respect for environmental conservation, which is not only the case with their penchant for eating endangered animals (shark fin soup, rhino horn, whale bacon, etc) but also the clear-cutting of their native forests, ...
... corner of Tokyo obsessed with fashion and music and all things gothic. Not only is it a place, but Harajuku has become an identity for many young Tokyo-ites (try watching a Gwen Stefani music video to see what I mean). The Harajuku 'scene’ is centred around one main avenue called Takeashita Street (a fantastic name, I’m sure you’ll agree). Takeashita Street is a tiny back alley, crammed full of the weirdest, most colourful and wonderful ...
... t remember ever not having a hotel for the next day whilst travelling or not knowing how i'm getting somewhere or even where i'm going 8 hours before the event. i'm dealing surprisingly well with this - no spreadsheet. i'm being fairly easy which takes my holiday planning skills to the next level - freestyling! I'm like Jamie Cullum of travel planning - just improvising. ...
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