Kamakura Prince Hotel
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We stop by the onboard restaurant early as we have a long day ahead of us. Today we embark on a 9.5 hour excursion to the ancient capital of Japan—Kamakura
Kamakura is a coastal town in Kanagawa Prefecture, more than an hour south of Tokyo.
Kamakura became the political center of Japan, when ...
... up the side of a wooded hill to the Big Budda, the trail was great but quite slippy after the rain, I was surprised to see many types of people doing it from young kids to old grannies and even a woman dressed up nice in high heels, not sure she got far though. On the way we visit Jochiji temple which was like the previous one however it had a statue of the god of happiness, which was basically a fat guy with his belly hanging out and if you rubbed it a bit you ...
... they are all suffering from too much exercise and not enough sleep, and I think they are getting homesick for southern cooking.It was about this point in the trip last year when it happened too. I guess 2 weeks in Japan is enough for the truly not adventurous. You have to accept it for what it is, play by the rules, do as the Japanese do, or you find yourself broke, tired and full of McDonalds. Oh well... 2 more weeks for ...
... assume most people back home don't dress this well. Right now I am in the middle of a park right next to Hibiya Station. It's dark but they have nice fountains and good skyline. A mini Central Park if I had to compare. Meeting up with Matt at 7 for dinner and then back to the hotel to relax. On another note, we have barely seen any kids here. Where are they? I've been out at all times of the day and nothing. Really weird.
1/26 Matt and I have broken the mystery of ...
... was the day I was looking forward to. This was the day they would talk all about Japan. We learned about their religions, manners, food, sports, region, history, etc. The instructor was a little Japanese man who works on base but he had gone to school in Alabama. He joked and said, "Can't you tell by my accent?" (He had a very heavy Japanese accent). While he was talking about the different sports (martial arts, sumo, etc.) ...