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... us in the middle of the line approximately where we would have been cued up by now. Great gesture!
Beside from chocolate churros, the food was pretty bad at the park. Nothing was shaped like Mickey or Donald like food items are in Florida. The majority of the food (fair enough, tailoring to the guests) was Asian, but not even good Asian food. The pork cutlet and rice curry we had was pretty flabby and salty. The pizza for dinner was disgusting. It just ...
... most crowded city in the world. At night the city is lit up like one giant disco. The town I am staying in is called Chuo and it is in a good central spot of Tokyo. There are literally thousands of places to eat and the culture of the Japanese people is spectacular. Even though most of the people don't speak English it is still pretty easy to get what you want with signs and pointing. Tokyo is a massive city and it would take a lot more than 1 week to see everything.
... of four Australian guys and one of them asked me if i came from the Netherlands because he recognized my dutch english accent. Now i don't have a real heavy dutch-english accent but since he had dutch roots he could hear it right away he said. :-) His name was Kaes and it's spelled that way so the Australians can't say it the same way as the dutch do. :-) As the party was nearing it's end we decided to go to a bar to have some more drinks and were joined by P. After a quick visit ...
As the Spence's penultimate day, we thought we needed to make it a good one. There had been some animated debate last night about going to Tokyo Disney, so we applied a political solution - families aren't so much democracies as dictatorships, so the popular vote was overruled.
At 7am + the usual Duncan boy lateness we met in the lobby with the Tsukiji fish market our intended destination. Despite the cold (~0, minus a wind ...
Our time in Japan was short. Only two weeks, but we had the great opportunity to see some dear and old friends. Hide was our first friend and neighbor when we moved across the country and into our new home at Pacific Shores Apartments in Huntington Beach California. He was an immigration attorney from Japan. He moved back to Japan after 4 years of friendship and at that point we knew we wanted to travel one day so when we said our goodbyes in California we told him we ...