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... from Cuba. So I settled on another fine, darker Cuban tipple, Buchanero. That, coupled with the best chips I’ve had anywhere in Japan (not a wide sample, admittedly) marked the end of my trip.
So there you have it. I always enjoy going to Japan; the transport is second to none, the people are helpful, there is much to see, friends to visit and, with the current economic situation, prices roughly comparable to London. Strangely ...
Later on we took a stroll around a nearby antiques market (I just cant seem to get away from markets!) and then headed to a ramen restaurant for lunch. At this point it became clear that, although Cormac may like Japanese food, Japanese food hates Cormac. Ramen is one of Japan's favourite dishes, a strong soup with noodles, vegetables and usually meat in it. Both of us were starving ...
... I would leg it to check-in and make them keep it open while Nath caught me up. As the bus was pulling up I checked with an air steward who was on their way to work which entrance I needed and practically had my nose pressed against the doors waiting for them to open- then it was go time! I jumped off the bus (feel free to image me doing a karate kick through the air or maybe a roll when I land) and headed for the entrance. As I was dodging and weaving people I could see a ...
... and my personal favourite of the outer markets, the knife sellers.
By the time we'd made our way through the outer markets, Veronica was sick of it already, and having no interest in the fish market, we agreed to meet in 2 hours at a Starbucks we'd passed on the way out of the train station. I didn't realise it at that stage, but I'd need much less than 2 hours.
I can see why the fishmongers at Tsukiji despise the tourists. It really is ...
... not been To rebut Is language barrier and hermetic attitude towards different nations. Don't misunderstand me. People in Tokyo are very open to help when you seems confused, signage in Tokyo is in Japanese and English, but..... by chance we have found ourselves at International Jazz Festival where one of stars of evening was polish band. Zero English signs or information desk or people who could explain you in english where to find stage have scarred us away. ...
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