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... Naomi for lunch at 1pm. A leisurely start to the day.
Lunch at a cafe followed by visits to a couple of the upmarket department stores in the City to do whatever ladies and birthday girls do when they are window shopping. Jim followed at a respectful distance to make sure the credit card was not abused - I have to report that, on this occasion, I done good and the bank account is still intact !!
Naomi is a walker and we ended up half ...
As a lifelong cat lover, visiting a cat café was an absolute must. It turned out to be a fun yet strange experience. On exiting the lift it felt like we were about to enter someone’s apartment. We were greeted by a woman and, after the customary removal of our shoes, we put our belongings into a locker and made our way into the café. Despite there being a couple of other visitors, the room ...
Greetings from Tokyo!
I departed Bangkok at 11:15 pm and over-nighted on a 767 in the middle seat...ugh. After 2 hours of broken sleep I was ready to terrorize Tokyo a la Godzilla. I was off the plane at 7am and on the train by 730. Luckily my bag was checked through so I was travelling light.Having only a small bag was crucial as trains in Tokyo can get squishy especially at rush hour. I wanted teeming masses of humanity ...
... me for goalkeeping I think we both knew immediately that we were both super weird, had the same sense of humour and quickly began to finish each others sentences; much to the annoyance of our team-mates( and coach). Jen became part of the family late one night when my mother agreed to host a slumber party. Everyone was out roasting hot dogs by the fire and making smore's. Mom was helping out and asked Jen if she liked her weiners dark. Without hesitation or pause she replied, "no, ...
... free tours by local volunteers to foreigners! We started at the Meiji Shrine and Shinto Torii in Yoyogi Park. Emperor Meiji opened Japan to the world in the late 19th Century and laid the groundwork for the wonderful country we were now in. The shrine entrance is framed by the largest wooden Shinto gates in the world at 12+ meters tall and 9 meter wide. Tetsuya instructed us on the proper steps to pay our respects by washing our hands and mouth, and how to bow ...