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I still cant believe we are here! In Japan!!
Originally the plan was to wake up super early and travel to Nikko, but we decided to stay in town today just so we could have a little bit of a sleep in. To get the most of our days in Tokyo, we organized the site seeing into areas.
Today we chose Western Tokyo. We followed the JapanGuide.com itinerary which is an extremely helpful website with loads of great ...
... There were benches dotted around the park which you can easily imagine sitting on and just relaxing for hours. There were a number of old buildings dotted around the grounds that made for a great photo. By the time we made it around to the greenhouse it was shut for the day. The park itself was closing around us as for some reason it shut really early - 4:30. Feeling very relaxed we headed for the exit, on the way it felt like 3 or 4 crows decided to follow us which was ...
... 5 Thai Baht, 150 Indonesian Rupia,15 Singapore cents, 20 Malaysian cents
# of times we did laundry: 6
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 30
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: More of Tokyo
... of ultra full metro and trains during rush hour, we managed to travel early enough to avoid that experience, and even found some seats available. I suppose it's to be expected when the city contains more than 20 million people! Also, the train/metro stops are quite far apart from each other, so small distances in terms of stops may equal long trips time-wise. We're getting used it.
Meiji-jingu, the largest shinto temple in Japan, is sleepy ...
... posted everywhere---most likely to keep people from jumping over the turnstile---and the staff had change. So three times that night Dick made the trek to the bathroom. And in the morning we had a good laugh. Each time he got to the bathroom, low and behold he just had to pass a little gas, nothing else. He had paid six dollars to break wind! Haahahahaha
Most people got up in the middle of the night to get to the summit for sunrise. ...