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... half an hour as they somersaulted across the ground, ran around with tyres and tried to hide from us by placing a bag over its head and running away! Overall, our time with the animals proved that you`re never too old for the zoo, however to redress the balance we headed over to the sophisticated and cultural, Tokyo National Museum.
The Museum is the oldest and largest in Japan, holding a vast array of national treasures ...
... Shin) and a male (Ri Ri) who have been observed to be pairing. I mean... if there is a chance for wild sex, I am in... but if it is also quite rare... I'm there.
Of course they were separated (absence makes the heart grow fonder they say, although I can't agree fully) but it was still both impressive and sad to see these beautiful creatures in their (I thought) quite small habitats. To be fair they have an inside and outside part which, I suppose they ...
... given a little soda can and wet wipes and spent some time in their lounge area on the free wifi before heading out to Roppongi. After grabbing a quick chicken katsu and pork, egg, rice dinner we went exploring around Roppongi, however were disappointed not to see any groups of strangely dressed teens that we'd heard about. It was a little odd as it was 8pm on a Saturday night, but we guessed they came out later. Back on the ...
... constantly moving. You start on the right because you're used to it, then remember it should be on the left. So you move, but then notice that some locals, who got on after you, stood on the right because you led the movement. ****, you're wrong again. Then you notice there is a senior citizen just above you, on the same side as you… What do you do? By then, thank Kami-sama, it's over.
... had to buy a separate ticket for my ride to Tokyo Sky Tree Tower on Toei, which cost 170 yen ($2.18).
The E Line departed at 10:34. I rode one station to Kuramae and then had to transfer to the Toei A Line. The transfer was horrible. I had to exit the E Line station and walked 300-plus yards outside to the Kuramae A Line station. How bizarre. These stations should not have the same yet if they are not truly connected underground!
My A Line train departed at 10:49 ...