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... What was exciting or great today: Hannah - Seeing the carp because i"d never seen such huge fish before. Ben - seeing the cute things (people dressed as cartoon characters) .
What was difficult or not so good: Hannah - all that walking - it hurt my feet so much. Ben - seeing the bull (dressed up cartoon character) because it was scary...AND walking.. .
Things I learnt: Hannah - that people put things that look ...
... of the Zooming Carts!). Despite speaking no English, the man managed to give us precise directions to the restaurant area.
Sushi for breakfast seems a little wrong for us now, but I have a feeling we will quickly become converts! We picked the stall with the longest line and waited our turn for a spot at the counter. A delicious meal of tuna sashimi (probably caught and sold that very morning!), miso, and rice hit the spot after ...
... rice with curry sauce) and takuyaki.
The culture of Japan was really striking for me. I've been to many countries but I've never been to a food court where you clean up your own table. In one section of the food court, you could find cloth rags which you can use to wipe the table before and after eating. You are also expected to return the tray and utensils you've used to the stall where you bought your food.
After dinner, we ...
... East Garden and Asakusa Kannon Woke up at 4:00 am because we crashed at 7:00 pm the night before. Breakfast was served "buffet" style starting at 6:30 am. After breakfast, we went to the hotel lobby, where we met our tour group and guide (Setsuko) for the first time. We started our tour by boarding a bus to the Tokyo Tower. The tower is 1093 feet high. From the top on a clear day, one can get a bird's eye view of the sprawling metropolis. Today, however, it was ...
... at least it wasn't the plane that crashed!)
When we arrived in Tokyo, it was a huge relief to have that knowing feeling that we are at least halfway home already. We had booked a hotel before leaving the USA so we just had to find our transfer driver. We are going to try and fly home tomorrow night, but since our flight isn't until 8.30pm, we have booked for two nights.
When I opened my bag, I was pleasantly surprised to ...