Kumegawa Wing Hotel
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... and get prepared for this challenge. We were climbing Mt. Fuji to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer a charity close to some of the girls. We had already raised £500 so hopefully more will come after we've completed it. We were due to set off at 9pm as it took around 6 hours to get up but we thought with breaks etc it would give us enough time to make sunrise at 4:30am. I bought a stick to help me on the way back down as my knees get very painful from the pressure. ...
We both have Uni assignments to do whilst we are here and it's got to the point where Jill can leave it no longer so we've decided that today will be her day for working. We have an extra long lie in then go to Starbucks for a coffee and to make some plans. It's decided Jill will stay at the hotel and I will have the afternoon to myself. Only one place I'm going to and that's back to Akiba. Jill's parting gift is a bunch on 100 Yen coins and I scoot off to play in ...
... around the world - including Liberia where she worked for the diplomatic service for 5 years and France but she has never been to Canada. She speaks 7 languages including flawless English. We invited Reiko to come and visit us in Richmond. She sounded very interested so we hope that she will take us up on the offer. 11. Yuko joined us at the restaurant after dinner. She was not able to join us for dinner because she was at a fundraising event with 2000 people and she was ...
... the bus is quiet! So Ty, no BEATS headphones. And if you do listen to music it cannot be loud. I mean, I guess you could listen to your music on loud, but then you might have a lot of people staring at you for being inconsiderate. Anyway, everyone was generally nice and smiled a lot. I paid for my bus ticket which was 3100 yen.. In US dollars that's only about $20-$40 (I think it's in that range). Either way it seems like a lot ...
... towards the ticket office in the city's main station conveniently named 'Tokyo'.
The train system in Japan is well know as one of the best, and the Tokyo system is the best in Japan so we had high hopes. It did not disappoint. It's the most organised and easy to use system we have ever experienced. All lines have a colour as with most cities but also a single letter, and every station on that line has a number. So for example this journey we got on at blue T16 and ...
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