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A late night flight into Tokyo and straight away we saw a stark contrast to the Malaysia we had just come from. Stepping off the plane it was a cool 9 degrees. Just the thirty degrees cooler than KL! A nice, modern air conditioned taxi greeted us. A bit different to the run down taxis we'd been used to just a day previous. We also went from being …
... down with no signs of life and my heart sank. I waited for an hour sat in some shade, gasping for a drink before it finally opened. I passed over the forms they required, which were cross referenced with their computer. She spoke almost no English and returned to me pointing at my dad's name telling me It did not match the name they had on their records, all because I had written his middle name. It took five minutes of exhausted emotional stress before they ...
... to show them on here - I don't think the boys would be very impressed - but picture Steve with blonde plaited piggy tails and Stu with pink rockstar hair!! We had a fair few more drinks and then Narty and Stu hit the hay. Steve and I stayed for one more drink. Before we knew it we were hanging out with two Japanese business men shouting round for round. Then they wanted us to drink tequila - of course we couldn't say no. Oh so then I decided to better them by having a jäger ...
... Tank Engine
special! When we got to our final stop, we were left alone on a small
platform with not a single person in sight; good thing we had
directions to our hostel at the ready.
For a good view head up the government
building for free rather than the expensive Tokyo Skytree tower.
Yes. Tokyo is quite, clean and very
safe. 4 days seemed enough to see the major sights but Tokyo is huge
with plenty more to ...
... don't think I will bother with the ice tea again. Now to trudge the 50kg of suitcases up the road to the train station. We did a recon before and the best way is straight up the road. It is now 30C and very humid, by the time we got to the train station I was saturated. It is about 80 minutes from Shinjuku to Narita Airport, 75% was through built up areas such as Cities, suburbs etc. It is only the last 15 or so minutes it changes to paddy fields. About half way to Narita it ...