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This week has been very busy and full on but I have seen so much. The Amada facilities are surely impressive, very 'prepared' Japan's favorite word). This morning we saw the Fibre laser machines in the Solution Centre, seeing the FLW being demonstrated was a bit of a strange experience though, no mention of filler wire cutting, even filler wire welding or jigging etc. I ...
... to be true, then it probably is.
I was looking forward to meeting up with Kate, a JET (Japanese Exchange and Teaching) Participant in Tokyo Station. I had met her online through my college's alumnae network. I told her that I would have short hair and be wearing a denim cap so that she could spot me, and she she found me washing my hands in the restroom right before we were supposed to meet. Kate is a very kind, thin, and energetic woman with long ...
Qantas really is a great airline and I'm always happy to fly with them. Plane is super comfortable that I never get a sore back. Service is excellent and the entertainment system has loads of choice. I actually slept most of the flight which made the 8-9 hrs go quite quickly. Long wait now for the next leg of the trip. Finnair to Helsinki, I'm getting ...
... was back.
There was a fair bit to see. Toyota had a huge display of all the cars they make, plus free rides. Panasonic exhibited all their products
A huge shopping mall very similar to the Venetian in Las Vegas.
A car muesum
Fuji TV building
Tokyo Big Site, exhibition centre
A small version of the Statue of Liberty
Due to the foggy conditions we did not get to see much of the city skyline or the Rainbow bridge
Tomorrow looks a better day
... Inn at 11am but found I wasn't able to check in until 4pm, which left me with the prospect of wandering around the worlds largest city by myself for 5 hours. I was allowed to leave my backpack behind the reception desk and headed off to find a place to eat.
Up until now I had been employing a 'keep turning left' tactic with the assumption that after a finite number of left turns, one should end up back where one started. This had ...