Hotel Sunroute Shimbashi
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... with a green tea kick. wasabi,apple pie,cheese cake and chili flavours will have to wait until next time!. We flew over Mount Fuji so had a good view of its crater and having decided not to choose the cold noodles last night we had the pleasure of trying it as part of our in-flight meal.Sebastian quite liked it but Kate still didn't fancy it but was pleased that ...
... People filled the temple grounds like a great flood separated only by market stalls and police barriers that stood like rocks in the great ocean of people. I entered the ocean like a raindrop getting swept around in the current and started looking around. The first stalls I looked at were on the path up to the shrine, there were a number of stalls with a variety of shrine displays most of which involved cats and Daruma dolls.
It was at this point I ...
... most crowded city in the world. At night the city is lit up like one giant disco. The town I am staying in is called Chuo and it is in a good central spot of Tokyo. There are literally thousands of places to eat and the culture of the Japanese people is spectacular. Even though most of the people don't speak English it is still pretty easy to get what you want with signs and pointing. Tokyo is a massive city and it would take a lot more than 1 week to see everything.
Tomorrow we are traveling to Saitama, the location where we are doing our community service project with the troubled youth. Apparently we are staying in a hostel-type location at night that has a community bath. And their idea of a community bath is much different than ours. Take the words community bath in the most literal way possible and you get the picture.
I will be one smelly lady.
... It's also ordered and organised and very clean. The locals seem friendlier and helpful, just a bit reserved.
We spent most of the day at Meiji Shrine, which is a really cool shrine / city park type thing with lots of local buildings and carefully manicured trees. We learnt how to pay our respects at a shrine, which involves a lot of head bowing and clapping!
Funny things ...