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9 February 2013 – Day 50
Our last day in Japan! So sad to be
leaving but we will be back! We had to get to the airport super early
and didn't want to catch a taxi, so we took full advantage of the
underground shopping/subway walkways and trudged the 1.6km with the
30kg ski bag and 30kg suitcase. Despite the -10 C weather outside, we
built up a fair sweat by the time we arrived! We made ...
... drink in an hour!! It was awesome! Steve has now taken to calling the place "bloaties" though as neither of us have been eating much wheat up until then hahaha. So full of festive cheer we went in search of boots and found the perfect ones for $35! Steve spent the rest of the Arvo keeping me out of shops! I tried bargaining by saying that all of the clothes that I bought with me were old so I should just throw them out and buy new ones (needless to say ...
... thanks Michelley! I entered my first Japanese restaurant and I was extremely excited. We took our seats after taking our shoes off and ordered our food. I trusted the girls as I had no idea what anything was. The food was delicious but unfortunately we were joined by a nearby table of very drunk business men. There was one man in particular who was very drunk. He continuously edged closer to me and although we weren't ...
... centre due to long queue there. We left office heading for a train to city centre. When we stood in front of big board with all railway links in whole region we started to have strange feeling about how we are going to tackle language barrier. That was time to look into our guide book. After a while I started to search for somebody to help us. Just imagine myself speaking to station attendant in Japanese. If I would him I would burst out laughing. ...
... toilet twice, I had everyone that oats and kiwi fruit are good for digestions, that cranberries are good for women's heath and well and an apple a day keeps the doctor away!
The archaeological museum had a special exhibition which cost 800 yen so not so bad, good job Ryan wasn't with us as he hates paying for anything. The staff were amazing and when we discovered in broken English and japanese that this exhibit was only in Japanese they found me my ...
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