Keikyu EX Inn Shinbaba
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... fatty and otherwise), salmon, mackerel, shrimp, something called blood cockle (the owner had a book of fish and showed us because it was this really weird looking thing and we had no idea what it us), some ikura and some urchin. It was all extremely good. We enjoyed every bite! And they even gave us a goodie bag of nori to take with us! Highly recommended.
Now that we were satisfied, we wanted to check out the rest that the market had to offer. And it had ...
... the remainder of the celebrations. The wedding guests wore a mixture of modern and traditional dress. Some of the women were wearing beautiful colourful Kimono. One of our guides told me that if the woman was wearing a Kimono with long sleeves then she was not married but if the sleeves were short then she was. One of the couples were getting ready to leave and their wedding car approached...it was a highly polished London black cab! It had a nice leather interior and ...
... so that I could run back to buy some Japanese cakes. We needed something to declare at Sydney Airport so that we could get out quickly. If not, you could get stuck at the queue waiting to have all your bags X-rayed.
By the time we left, the sky had cleared up and we were seeing blue. It had been raining quite heavily the night before and drizzling in the morning. We were a bit too early and spent almost an hour at Shinagawa station trying to photograph the NEx trains ...
We had an overnight layover on Japan, so rather than sleeping in the airport, or booking into a hotel for the night we decided to get the train into Tokyo and explore a bit.
We got to the airport about 9pm and took the 1 hour train in. We headed straight for the busiest area where the bars would still be open and people were still around.
We spent the whole ...
... but he was down the front so I couldn't see him very well. We listened to some speeches from country representatives about their experiences. New Zealand did a very good job, and they should be proud of their speaker.
Then we had a giant group photo - all 675 of us. I saw Alfonso while I was up there and it was the most adorable thing ever. When he saw me, his face lit up - I felt so special. We had a renunion hug just in time to be separated ...
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