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... lying areas on this drive. We pass over different areas of housing, looks like small 3 or 4 storey wooden houses built very very close together and maybe even joined. The streets are very narrow like lanes. This area around the Harbour is very industrial and it's possible that this housing is for the workers in the factories. Most of the communities have at least 1 baseball diamond equipped with lights. We are on the expressway which is above the housing and rail lines. ...
Today, we went on the Tokyo Great Cycling Tour - a 26km loop around central Tokyo including a stop for lunch. We had to make it cross-town by 9am, so we got in the thick of rush hour. Those subways get really crowded! It is no joke. We met our tour guide, Yuki, and met our tour companions, three Canadians who worked in foreign affairs. Given that two of them were wearing marathon shirts, I was initially concerned that I might not be able to ...
... ask to sit further away from them.
After lunch we snapped photos of us on the Shibuya scramble crossing and next to the Hachiko Statue. We obtained a guide on Shibuya from the tourist centre next to the statue and started exploring the neighbourhood. We ended up going on a long walk on which we stumbled upon many laneway bars and inadvertently many shops that were obscured with curtains that said the shop was for only 18+ year olds. Who knows what ...
... man served tea for a small donation, a couple of small waterfalls and some Shinto shrines. In the afternoon we arrived in Tsumago. Again a village where it looked like time stood still. We wandered around town a little and tried to find somewhere to stay the night. The woman at the tourist information was very helpful. But as it is low season some of the guesthouses were closed and the rest were fully booked. But she found us a place to stay in a ...