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... was nice, however the time of year has had been a) a reality that Japan does in fact have winter, it snowed one of our nights! And b) that the trees and plants aren't in bloom, leaving some of the beautiful photo opportunities to the imagination.
When in Tokyo.... One must KAREOKE! It was everything I wanted, ridiculous song choices, drinks, and lots of laughter. We headed to a pub crawl before, gathered up some friends and headed to belt out some songs. The perks were ...
... like we always do. "Next time we'll get someone else to do it for us." Tuesday December 16th Had to finish off the move today, clean the rental, mow all the lawns and say goodbye to our little Kaharoa rental bubble. We ended up way behind schedule and didn't get the last run to the storage unit that we'd wanted, it looked like we were either taking our mower with us to Tokyo or dropping it off in the morning before we flew. We ended the day at the Rotorua Motel and were given ...
... word Tsukiji.
Tsukiji fish market, for those who don't know, is the world's largest seafood
market. I'd read about this market and had initially planned to visit the place
early in the morning when the auction for the Bluefin tuna is on, but I was
certainly in the need for good food now, at 14:00, so off I went.
Checking the map occasionally I made my way through small alleys that
finally opened up on an industrial looking area with loads of ...
... it! But honestly everything was really good, even the stuff from the convenience shop (arigato Lawson, 7/11 and Family Mart). Just didn't like sake so much actually but alcohol is not my thing anyway. I know Thai food is supposed to be amazing but Japan has set really high standards... We are probably rolling back to Brussels at this rate!! We shall see who takes the prize ...
... a few bags). At Tokyo Station, it did not take long to find the Narita express. The only thing we did not plan is that the airport is really far away. It took us almost 2 hours to get there... Obviously this unexpected delays did not let us a lots of time to do some shopping at the airport. So after checking in and drop our bags, we made our way to the gate. Narita airport is big and there are quite a lots of shops so if you can, plan for an hour of shopping there.
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