Ichihara Marine Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ichihara
... its entirety is dedicated to her and she is said to have caused it to rise from the bottom of the sea in sixth century. The following morning was cold, like freezing cold, and grey and windy enticing a longer stay under the covers as Amy and Evan headed off to work. That afternoon it cleared up so what else to do than head to the Sushi Go Round, right? This solo visit turned into a five hour marathon as plate after plate was slowly devoured and complemented with ice cold mugs of ...
... and E wanted to check it out. Not before we had a bizzare lunch in this mall at a French-Japanese restaurant next to a disco ball fountain of great music and changing colored lights, so weird! The Sony thing turned out to be Sega and Joypolis place that had simulation rides and arcades and all sorts so was excellent! Had a giant halfpipe skateboard ride, a rollercoaster, shooting zombie game, 3D flying experience, a magical Forrest that told us our futures, but ...
... it while swaggering around, doing the helicopter. Oh no, that is not what happened.
I got talking to the Icelandic bear hunk thing and we exchanged pleasantries, you know: greet, where are you from, where do you work (very important in Japan), are you alone, ah, there is a girlfriend, I see, any tips in Tokyo bla bla bla.
After I was thoroughly soaked I needed to get back. This all went smooth as a babies bum, got home, fell asleep and that's that. Tomorrow ...
****** “malt liquor” they have “Whiskey and Soda” in a can. It’s actually quite
E) Forget green spaces, everything is green. The
grass is green, the trees are green, bamboo is green and rice fields are green.
And guess what, they have urban agriculture nailed down here. There are rice
fields EVERYWHERE. Well maybe not right into Tokyo city but a few hundred
After getting adjusted to the time change and mentally preparing for the new routine we would have on weekdays for the next 3 months, the time had come to start what was the primary purpose of this trip - Work!
For a culture that is known for working around the clock, I quickly learned that their clock doesn't really start till about 9 or 9:30 in the mornings. In the States, I prefer to get into the office by 8 so I can leave at 4, and getting in early ...