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It has been a little under two weeks since I've gotten back to Tokyo.
As a high schooler, summer holidays are pretty long and boring... (Sorry if it sounds arrogant or anything). I always try to accomplish something of the summer and do something if I have the time to. My brother also has his summer break, too, so we try to go see different places, even if it means being tourists of our hometown.
So today, we went to the fantastical, majestic ...
... train to go back to Chiba it started going through stops I didn't recognise, so I struck up a onesided conversational mime with a young woman trying to ask her if I was on the right train for Chiba. She checked her cell phone and mimed for me to stay on the train to its final stop, and then transfer to the Chiba train. I spent a nervous few minutes wondering where in Tokyo I was going to end up.
It was only about 3pm when I finally got to Chiba, so I thought ...
Kellogg's cornflakes (sorry brown-rice flakes) for breakfast, and they are really tasty. Another sunny 22o day so it was on your bike and lets go exploring. Followed Emma until she turned off to go to work and I was on my own. What an awesome comfortable bike to ride, even had the basket on the front. People on bikes are everywhere men, women, old, young wearing suits and dressed up for work or shopping. Nobody wears helmets, and you ...
... in a small supermarket and found eggs, bananas, bread, milk, butter and even a small pkt of sliced bacon. At the checkout I gave the cashier a note and tipped all the coins out of my purse to make up the balance, and there was the key to the front door. On the way back to Emma's I went through my memories of the day to try and remember putting the key in the coinpurse, but there was no memory of that happening.
A lesson learned, and tomorrow I head out into ...
One of the good things about solo travel is that if you wake up at 3am, and can't sleep, even though your alarm is set for 4.30am you can still get up and get really for the airport without anyone giving you a hard time about it. That's what happened yesterday and I found myself at Auckland airport eating breakfast at 4.30am waiting for an 8 o'clock plane to Tokyo. I had plenty of company,there must have been 500 people catching early flights after a breakfast at ...
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