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... they are all suffering from too much exercise and not enough sleep, and I think they are getting homesick for southern cooking.It was about this point in the trip last year when it happened too. I guess 2 weeks in Japan is enough for the truly not adventurous. You have to accept it for what it is, play by the rules, do as the Japanese do, or you find yourself broke, tired and full of McDonalds. Oh well... 2 more weeks for ...
... of fact!
We are now back in Tokyo and the countdown to leaving is beginning. It has been such a life changing experience it is hard to believe the end is nearing.
Tomorrow I plan on waking up disgustingly early to visit the fish market. The largest in the world and I plan to sample some of the freshest sushi I will ever have.
But don't worry, I will take lots of pictures of nasty ass looking fish for all of you.
... the town and although there were other sights to see, I couldn't find the energy to walk to them, so we made our way to the station and thence back to Ueno. We ate at a restaurant in Ueno station precincts and stumbled back to the hotel for a long, hot bath. Andy's gizmo recorded 15,874 steps, covering 7.58 miles, including 28 sets of stairs.
After speaking to Jan, on Skype, I was very pleasantly surprised to get a message from Vici, saying ...
... beautiful, and second in size in Japan to the one we saw in Nara. The best part about this Buddha though is you can go inside and view the construction techniques! That was worth the $0.20 we had to pay. From there we walked back down to the coast (only realizing a few miles later that we missed a temple we wanted to see along the way) and got to see the ocean! I thought this was cool and Joel reminded me it is the same one we have back home. He noticed after a while that ...
... I got off the train and asked a couple of the train guards how to get to the statue and they tried to put me back on the train to see the Great Buddha, sigh I thanked them and walked away and found my way myself.
It was a very short walk to the path that leads up to her, but the path was practically straight up, more than a 45 degere climb, it was all asphalt and no stairs. I am seriously out ...
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