Hotel Jal City Kannai Yokohama
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... Barely. For safety reasons, all other ships must maintain a mile radius around the ship unless within a certain distance of land. Anyway, I walked out onto deck 6 and all around us were other ships! Everything from little fishing boats to huge container ships. It was literally such a shocking sight after seeing nothing for over a week. Not only were there ships everywhere, but the ships were also really close to us. I looked over the side of the ship towards the bow at ...
... waiting the necessary time the security guards led us through the car park to the auction area. The journey was full of hazards from all sides in the form of pallet-mobiles, trucks, motor bikes and bicycles going about their business in a busy market. Despite all the hazards the group made it to the auction area unscathed. This auction area was another hive of activity, centered around a variety of differently sized frozen tuna. The buyers all had little ...
... was super helpful to find our way around. Talking with locals was my favorite part. We met so many people. The culture here is so amazing! People are so friendly and will literally go out of their way to show you directions and actually walk you to your destination. Everyone is so shy to speak English but once they speak they are actually really good! Better than my Japanese will ever be!
We all got by by
... off their faces. Jamie even had to help the men at the table beside us carry their drunk friend outside. It is all completely non-threatening, and apparently there is a rule that you can get as drunk as you like with colleagues and they're not allowed to discuss it the next day. Nice.
On our way home, we somehow picked up a pair of friendly locals who turned out to be Buddhist monks, and headed straight to a karaoke booth until 5 am. They even treated us to some ...
... of us can read Japanese so it's a bit of a gamble not really knowing what is going to turn up! It feels strange now that we are actually in Japan. I can't really describe it, things are the same as back home but at the same time they are different as well. It's a strange feeling being back in a place were I don't speak the language. Luckily a lot of the signs have an English translation else we'd be really screwed trying to find our way ...