Yokohama Royal Park Hotel
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... being two by the end]. Sadly, the MiPhone - purchased in Hong Kong - was a casualty of the night, something which caused me a fair bit of annoyance...
The cumulative effects of the two days was a very, very late Sunday wake up, when my thoughts immediately turned to the lost phone/camera. I was briefly distracted by a walk around Yokohama Harbour which featured a huge number of hilarious small dogs, often being ...
... during the climbing season! Wow.
The next day we traveled by bus around to the south side of the mountain where we stayed in the lovely Fujiya Hotel in the village of Miyanoshita in the popular tourist area of Hakone. The Fujiya is a beautiful old hotel with a grand tradition spanning more than 130 years. (Among other dignitaries and celebrities, John Lennon and Yoko stayed here in the "Chrysanthemum Room.") Nice photos at ...
... to see the ship. They stand there and wave their flags (USA, Canadian, Australian and others). The send off was incredible. There must have been 1000 people or more and then this Drum band started playing. I took a short video, but they played for about an hour. Mostly just the drums, but they also mixed in a little Michael Jackson music too. It was really good. Then while ...
... which I’m pretty sure was pork cheek) as well as chicken gizzard, thigh and “meatball.” It was absolutely fantastic. I also tried a special drink called “hirosu” which has some dubious ingredients, “Soju, Soda Water, Ice, and Chinese Medicine.”
From there we had a ended up having a 2 hour train/subway ride back to Narita because it is no where even close to actually being in Tokyo. All in all though a pretty good ...
... This was done by creating 11 data frames all with OSM tiles via the import basemap function. This made the map very slow, but I got there in the end. I have a key map of Phnom Penh and another of Cambodia, also using OSM tiles. It looks good and I’ll show it in my lightning talk tomorrow.
Friday, 7th September 2012
Today I met many cool ...