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... attached a sticker (instead of a stamp) and a piece of paper to our passports. We retrieved our luggage and then headed towards the railway area where we found the Japan Rail office. This is where we exchanged the JR Train Voucher that we had purchased in Canada, for the actual train pass. This pass would be activated on Sunday, November 8, for 14 days. We then dragged ...
First night in Japan!
We arrived - tired and hungry and smelly at around 1900 local time.
Clearing customs and immigration took a while - and most of that time was spent queuing.
Food was first on the agenda. At this point we were so tired and communicating in what barely amounted to mumbles.
We went to an Italian-ish place (there was pasta and pizza on the menu) I had ...
Went looking for a bar recommended by the web, but what do they know. It was ****, but just down the lane I found a great bar. Just two other patrons and a great barman. Got out the Nolly Pratt for my martini and worked his magic. Stayed for a second. And just 10 bucks a ...
... of the fancy toilets that clean you and free wifi :)
After sleeping most of the plane trip, since I had a c******nay whilst we were grounded in Carins for a couple of hours, I wasn't quite ready for bed. After giving up on watching Japanese TV I had a lovely Skype chat with Jack and watched an episode of the Vampire Diaries before rugging up for bed.
Goal: Make it safely to my hotel with all my luggage
Status: Complete ...
Next up are passport photos. It is really important to have a good head shot when applying to teach in South Korea. While in the US this would frowned upon it is a very important part of the Korean interview process. Every school will ask you for a recent picture so you might as well kill two birds with one stone. If you are offered a job you will need to send 6 copies of a passport photo. Put on a nice shirt and a tie if you’re a dude, ...