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... seatings for dinner, and we requested and were assigned to the early seating. When we got to the table our tablemates were already there: Rich and Sybil, a couple from Phoenix, and Margaret and Louise, a mother and daughter from Perth, Australia. Very nice folks!
It was an early night for us. We were still jet lagged, not terribly bothered by it, but still wanted to rest.
... that Yui is absolutely obsessed with) which left Aya with a day of freedom. We had pancakes for lunch with Steve ordering his usual savoury pancakes and Aya and I ordering the sweet. Movies generally come out 2 or 3 month later then back at home so we went to the movie Ted. Aya couldn’t remember the last time she was out to the movies so it was a nice treat for all of us. We laughed a lot (even the second time, for Steve and I) and ...
... gave; either way what a brilliant name for a shop. Walking down the street in Japan literally everyone looks fashionable and you can feel like a bit of a spoon wearing your one pair of jeans you brought on your crazy trip and a t-shirt. It’s like flip, how do so many people dress so good. You also get some pretty quirky fashions (such as Lolita). Everyone takes pride in what they wear and how they look. It would be hard to find someone in their slob clothes or ...
... there were many rituals going on like biting and spitting something, throwing salt in the ring and making quit graceful leg-stretching-movements in the air with such grace, that it would make a ballet-dancer jealous. A great great day and a must see if you visit Japan!
Another must see in Tokyo is the famous fish market. This huge market was very lively from very early in the morning. Everybody was running, ...
... memories of the fish market, and really fishy sandals.
All fished out, we decided to head on to the Pokemon Centre (bearing in mind we hadn't slept and were soundly in some delerious state). Turns out it was more of a shop. Little bit disappointed. Long story short we caught the tube home and all went to bed at 12pm, and didn't even stir until 8pm when the Australian girls came to wake up "the British girls for some more ...