Hotel MyStays Yokohama
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... 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 ...
... was a bit too crowded. By the time we reached Kawasaki, it was about 7pm. We dropped off our stuff before venturing out for dinner.
We had a look at the Atre Shopping Centre attached to the train station and ended up at a Tonkatsu (schnitzel) restaurant. Joseph ordered his usual pork one and I ordered a seafood one. Little did I realise, it contained the one prawn, a small piece of pork but THREE oysters. I don't like oysters and have only ever had two oysters in my whole ...
... Visiting the temple involves cleansing yourself in, and drinking from, the water fountain outside and then wafting incense over yourself before entering the building. You then clatter your money offering and clap to get the gods' attention before praying. It was very pretty, but so crowded that I didn't feel like I could properly appreciate the spiritual-ness of it all. Hopefully I'll get to another, quieter, temple before I leave ...
... and let's just say that we could barely move within the store. As I stated, the fans were rabid but this time it was for the merchandise. We gave up after five minutes of trying to navigate this tiny store that may hold 30 people but had 50 people snatching up the goods.
We decided to then move onto the next place, Yokohama Chinatown. I imagined it to be somewhat like the one in Sydney, Australia. It was but so much more. Walking the streets of Chinatown in ...
... ate 50 metres from our hotel >.<
By the time we'd stopped we were hungry and tired and just gave up and walked into the nearest restaurant but it turned out to be amazing! ...