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... This gave me the oportunity to meet his second son Tiochi who appears to be as gentleman as his older brother.This was followed by a visit to his home where I had the oportunity to meet his very charming and hospitable wife Lela (?) who served us tea the Japanese traditional way. Then we wrnt to Fukuoshi, (?) Sadao's birthplce where we had lunch ina sushi restaurant...yummy! We paid a short visit to Sadao's brother and sister in law who live inthe grandfather's house who has ...
As I write this it's half 8 in the morning and we are now in Tokyo! Our fellow dorm friends are early risers apparently. Not helpful to someone who didn't get to bed until 4. The night before last Kat came down the road to our little hostel and we caught up and made dumplings. Found out we are staying in Guilin at the same time, in the same hostel so that's cool. The trip to Japan was not so cool. We got a taxi from the hostel as we didn't want the hassle ...
... br> remember the step up. Good training for the upcoming cruise. Though here, the
toilet seats are heated, which came in handy since we were sightseeing on 2
cold and rainy days. Wished I could heat up my feet also.
Weather wise we have been lucky. We had only 2 days with
bad weather the others were nice. Though in the early am it is always hazy and
then it clears up.
The outings have been most interesting. We walked ...
... step I took led me further into the heart of Japanese culture which I absorbed every moment of right up until trying to use the bathroom at Otaru train station - a squat hole in the ground. No thanks, you can keep that one haha!
Made it to Kutchan where my pal Dan was collecting me from the train station and giving me a zip ride round for bearings before bringing me to my village, Hirafu and the Ski Japan office to meet my new employers... how exciting.
The following day we were up with the lark; on today's itinerary were Shinjuku, Shibuya and Harajuku. We started by heading straight to Shinjuku to see the Government MET building. At home, reading our guidebooks, we’d found that Shinjuku kept on cropping up on the list things to do, mostly it seemed, because it has the world’s busiest train station. However, other than hanging around the train station there doesn’t seem to be that much else to ...
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