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Travel Blogs from Kazo
... ACT, and fighting jet lag. But I'm doing quite a lot of travels this summer, so here are some sneak peaks:
-all around CHINA! including...
SHANGHAI (with my friend)
-maybe Mt. Fuji?
-definitely Tokyo Disneyland
So stay tuned!!! I'm so excited!
And right now, I just hope this June-gloom called "Tsuyu (梅雨)" would end...
... once we were through there were a number of information boards before making our way to the main Shrine. It is made up of arches and roofs but not really inside as the Shinto's believe in gods of nature so they need to be able to see their gods. They had large wooden boxes around the outside that you had to throw coins in, then clap loudly twice (so the gods could here you) and then bow and pray to the shrine. We then saw a wall around a big tree where people could write ...
... we'd reserved a table at a restaurant right by Roppongi Hills' special one-day-only "romantic illuminations". It was really beautiful when we left, with the snow coming down on the trees strung with colourful lights.
(The secret to trees not looking like escapees from Mordor, it turns out, is to mix some white and orange lights in with the red ones, to soften the sinister cast of an all-red tree.)
The next morning, ...
... also the first place I saw that had curtains around your bed for added privacy, this really just isolates everyone and removes any kind of social interaction you could hope to have in a hostel. Anyways this would be my home for 2 nights so I better just get used to it.
The next day I planned a trip to Odaiba, a popular entertainment and shopping district built on a man made island in Tokyo Bay fairly recently. On my way there I also stopped by ...
... seeing I wasn't able to be in touch with Hiroaki my local friend I met in Fitz-Roy, Argentina, ever since I left the train station. "You are more then welcome to crash on our couch if you need" said Atholl a 40 year South African Jew eager to hear more stories of my travels bringing him back to his backpacking days. "I would love to" I replied after calling Hiroaki and realising he lived more than an hour training out of Tokyo. Massive city I tell you.
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