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Japan, the home of the weird and the wonderful. From red bean filled fish shaped biscuits (Taiyaki) to big landmarks such as Edo Castle, Tokyo in Japan has everything that will satisfy your needs as a tourist. This is just a sight to behold, due to the various museums spread out across the city, each fulfilling a specific ...
... gagging, "go to the toilet and spit it out" "I can't it's ru..." She started gagging again. "I'm sure it's ruder being sick all over the table" this caused Kayley to laugh and gag, a dangerous combination which was quickly followed by a quick run to the toilet to spit it out. On her return to the table she noticed that Andy was still chewing the present piece, "can I spit this out now?". Don't get us wrong the experience was fantastic and authentic and the food was ...
... it back to my hotel, but not before stopping in another local restaurant for dinner. There is something to be said for a kind smile and nod that can transcend language. Even though I could speak no more than a handful of words and phrases (all learned over the course of a couple of days, by necessity and determination) and the people in the restaurant knew little English, I was still able to enjoy a beer and an excellent tempura meal cooked right in front of me. I love this ...
... Walked out into Ueno Park and came across some hot food stalls so ate Japanese street food, yum.
Ethan wanted to see Mount Fuji for himself so he and I left Natalie to her own devices and caught a 2 hour bus back there and went up the cable car for the stunning views. It was a really clear, hot, sunny day and Fuji looked so impressive as usual.
Ventured all the way to the sea to Obaida Island. The guidebook said something about a ...
... the more successful you become in life, the more humble you should be. Gotta use that proverb in the future.
A short bus ride later we were at Lake Ashi. A lake that has formed at the top of the next mountain in the crater. We enjoyed a short boat ride that took us to mount Komagatake. George opted out of the cable car ride but the rest of us enjoyed a panoramic view of ...
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