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... time, no eye contact, peeps keeping to themselves, no PDA in public, quiet voices in cafés. The Americans would find life very difficult here. The order and efficiency is brilliant I must say. Glen got onto the metro today and the 3 of us didn't make it through the doors. In fact Harley nearly lost an arm....in 4 minutes we were with him again on the next train. We would wait 40 minutes at home! We did have a few funny encounters today. Harley ...
... pushes through and sits in the invalid spot. Everyone
looks uncomfortable, and someone finally has the guts to actually tell him off.
In response, he points towards the syringe on the window above him, and a
collective sigh goes across the entire section.
I walked down from the subway to the gardens, meanwhile marvelling at
the huge and modern glass buildings surrounding me. Almost at the gardens, I decided
to grab my guidebook to see if there ...
... free to enter but sometimes you have to make a booking to enter really early in the morning, but because I came later in the day I didn't have to. The Markets would be great for a school group purely to get a grasp of how fish is distributed around Japan and also learning how to capture and look after future fish stocks.
After grabbing a bite to eat at one of the local take away shops nearby, I ...
... offer. Fish of every kind, squid, octopus, crabs. Fruits and vegetables. Some souvenirs like chopsticks, bowls, and knives (Tina wanted to buy some knives - maybe we should have). Once the wholesalers stalls opened at 9am, then we REALLY saw some fish. It seemed like miles of stalls of men carving up tunas, with even some live cuttlefish and giant Japanese spider crabs! It's hard to really describe. But even having eaten all that delicious sushi, I just wanted to start ...
... minutes for a table. Walking down the street away from the restaurant, which appeared to host many gentleman's clubs and the like, we stumbled upon a baseball batting cage. For ¥300 each we hit 28 balls at the speed for our choice. We opted for the slowest speed (70km/h) which may have been why we surprised ourselves by hitting most of the balls.
Back at the restaurant our Fugu experience was again delayed as the waiter wanted to seat us in ...