Hotel Mystays Hamamatsucho
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... by a very old Japanese cowboy. I think he was after a light for his cigarette but Max thinks he was placing a cowboy curse. Then we had a monk approach us for a peace blessing...for a price. How do you say no to a monk though? Photos are coming. I'm just waiting on a tech geek to help me out. As I really have no idea how to work my new camera, I am pointing and shooting at the moment. Maybe in the morning over a promise of a coffee I can get some ...
... be a good way to diet.
13. Do not use a chopstick to stab your food.
14. Japanese love their communal hot springs baths (separated by gender).
15. Sushi is good!
16. Japanese girls make peace signs when you take their picture.
17. If you take a group photo, it will take a long time as everyone will want to take "one more". And then probably" one more."
18. Futons ...
... sushi for us, this quite obviously didn't work. Our safety net had officially failed on us at the first hurdle and we were on our own. As we have mentioned before Japanese people will do anything for you, here the woman called her friend who spoke very, very basic English and handed the phone to Andy. Happy that we had ordered a selection plate of sushi we waited, watching the chef prepare the meal for us. At this point there was another couple at a table and a man on his own ...
... No swimming shorts this day. I relaxed for a couple of hours in my capsule before decided to go to Ueno for some dinner. The following day was a bit of a waste of time in my mind. I accidentally deleted some pictures on my camera so I tried to go to canon store in Ginza to restore them. I booked a hostel this night so I checked out of the capsule hotel and walked to my new hotel in Asakusa. The hostel looked amazing online and there was only one space left so ...
... is beside the point.
Even though I have spent two months in the country, there is a whole sector of Singaporean
culture, actually a pretty big element, that I never got to experience. It turns out that a fair portion of the economy and land space is dedicated to the rich. Whether it be the ritzy Marina Bay Sands hotel and casino, the Gucci-filled shopping malls on Orchard Road, or the 67-story high One Altitude ...