Hotel Monterey Yokohama
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... a giving and friendly person. She has indicated she may be able to visit Australia towards the end of next year and we would be very happy to host her again. Her last visit was nearly 20 years ago when she was 16 !
The boarding process was very easy with no delays. We have climbed the dizzy loyalty heights and are now Platinum members with Princess which does give us some extra benefits including prioritised boarding. The cabins were immediately ...
... from Yokohama to Kobe so once back in the terminal it was almost on ship time so there wasn’t time to go into the city any more. I was fine with that. I felt like I saw so much and it was only day 2. It was dark by the time we were pulling out and it was really great watching the lit up city shrink as we made our way out of the harbor.
On the first day when I was walking around Yokohama, I didn’t really feel like I was in Japan. I kept having ...
... must book ahead via telephone or internet. Not a problem - just need to find an internet cafe, which I assumed could not be difficult in such a technologically advanced city. Well, the one problem is that apparently the Japanese government, for slightly unknown reasons, will not let someone access the interest unless they become a member of an internet cafe. Not a problem, except that one can one can only become a member with proof of a Japanese address or ...
"I love Japan, I love Japan!" Kaiya squeals as we walk down the busy street in Tokyo. She tells me she loves being surrounded by people speaking Japanese; she loves all the interesting food and sweet bean treats; she loves gawking at all the girls in the sparkly shoes, character emblazoned bags, brightly dyed hair and cheesy accessories galore; she loves the grand temples, the traditional crafts, the dancers and musicians all over the park; she loves the adventure of riding ...
... Tokyo station has multiple lines that run through it and it can become increasingly confusing as each line has the same platform numbers (1,2,3 etc). So finding the right line and platform with no English is an experience. But we made it.
It rained all day ... so we stayed in and watched BBC World News with Japanese traslation throughout the actual shows so you could never hear anything in English!