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... wait for our group to be called to get off the ship. We are grouped into seas; I am in Arabian Sea. So they called Caribbean, Bearing, Baltic, Black, Yellow, and Red sea to get off. It was about 20 minutes between each sea being called. By this time it was 10:45 and the Arabian Sea was sitting in the reception area of deck 5, Tymitz Square, eagerly waiting to be called. The announcement finally comes on “All remaining passengers may now disembark.” All ...
... seemed to happen on that side of the room despite there being lots of potential buyers inspecting the tuna.
After handing back our vests we explored the public area of the markets. These were fairly typical markets with fresh and packaged food, knives and household items for sale. Scattered throughout the markets were sashimi and sushi restaurants. The information about the markets said to choose a place with a line, but not a long line as ...
... this wasn't a recent thing. I believe it was done several hundred years ago. The tour was very interesting. It took us about an hour and a half and after that we were allowed to check out the East Garden, where we almost forgot our camera on a bench. Luckily someone noticed that we left it behind and chased us down to give it back to us. After the Imperial Palace I wanted to take Lane to Harajuku which is known for ...
Our second day in Yokohama and our last before we moved onto the next city. We decided that today would have to be a day filled with as much exploration as possible. As traveling always dictates we were unaware that time was not on our side. Still we got to see a few things for the first half of the day and marked off several tourist spots.
First up we took a train on the Negishi line to check out Yokohama Stadium. As we exited the station, we realized that ...
Spring is suddenly upon us -- from an unusually cold winter, the weather has done an about-face and the cherry blossoms are bursting forth. But that's not important right now, because plum blossoms!
(These pictures were taken between the 23rd of February and the 9th of March, at different times of day, at two different parks near where I live.)