Hotel Wing International Ikebukuro
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Today we were leaving Nikko and heading back to Tokyo for one night before moving south the following day. We were sad to say goodbye to our hosts in Nikko but were also so excited to be moving southwards; our next stop was a town called Nara in the Kansai district. Our holiday was very much split into three sections; we had a week in the north for Tokyo and Nikko, a week in the south for Nara and Koyasan and a week in Kyoto. We'd always seen the bulk of our trip taking place in ...
... the first 10 minutes and she was shocked and said well you certainly couldn't tell one bit if you were, it went great. Thinking maybe she was just being polite, lol.
Eating at totally new places for lunch was probably the highlight of my week, how sad is that! lol. I love that there is no sales tax here. You don't tip here either which is a strange concept for me and so you get a good size lunch for around 7000 to 1000 yen ...
... was still in work before 5, so we're not in a hurry to reach the city. The result was that we waited at the airport for the direct train from Narita to Go-ren-tai, near Shi****wa. It's a long way, over 30 stations, Asakusa line. There were not many people, because it's weekday afternoon at 4.
That night we went to Shinbashi, (New bridge) for electronics appliance at Yamada. Big store, various appliances, ...
... that you cook yourself on a BBQ but in a traditional Japanese restaurant where you sat on the floor. After lunch walking about Tokyo became very hard as it was hot, crowded and we were very tired. We went to a park where the lake was filled with big black koi carp and water lilies with huge flowers. We eventually left yohei to Tokyo and thanked him for his tour guiding skills. We took the slow train back to the airport and all nodded ...
... feel so much better. We then had lunch and another walk and by ten it was time to start heading ack to the airport. We had our flight back to Melbourne and arrived there and were out of the airport before we were even due in! We went straight to nana and pas house where nana had cooked dinner for us. It was so good to see everyone again! So that's the end of my trip to Japan. I enjoyed it immensely and will forever have may great memories of ...