Hotel Jal City Kannai Yokohama
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... not have that facility and you have to do hand washing in your cabin (and the place looks continually like a Chinese joss house) or you pay the exorbitant prices for the ship’s laundry service.
Bed at about 11pm – raining outside and the seas were a little up.
Monday 7 Sep 15 – At Sea.
Apologies to those looking for the blog. The uncertainties of onboard internet mean that it is not always possible to connect. ...
... around with a Starbucks cup or an iced tea bottle either. New York has garbage cans like Japan has vending machines and there is still garbage all over New York. The reasoning for the lack of garbage cans is because after 9/11 the Japanese took the risk of bomb threats very seriously and in response removed all the public garbage cans throughout Japan. The final thing that made me realize I was in Japan was when I tried speaking to someone. That was a challenge. I attended ...
... the review said that it was great for people with limited baggage who didn't mind bathing with men, before opting for a nearby, non-cheap, hotel. Despite its proximity, finding it was a challenge as the English speaking of the Japanese was sketchy - although obviously 100% better than my Japanese - and their willingness to help, or appear to help, resulted in a few misdirections before I was marvelling at my very modest quarters for the next two ...
... life has brought us since.
We make homemade gyoza with Michiko, cook for eachother, and play games at home with our daughters Saya and Kaiya. Kaiya pushes baby Kaiden's stroller down the leafy path as we stroll to the local playground with Chihiro, amongst the cute Japanese kindergartners in suspender uniforms. Naomi and her family take us to an amazing aquarium in a high-rise in the middle of the city, then out to a traditional dinner where 5 year olds Kaiya ...
We got up early and headed to the airport bus stop, and headed back to the Auckland Zoo, I mean airport. We were in business, nothing particularly special, flight wise. Brian was a bit upset because there were a few kids near us, but what can you do. We were able to escape the evil clutches of Narita ...