Otsuka City Hotel
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... handful of people from 4-6. I covered about 15km and saw two temples, the tower and the fish market empty. It was dark so my pics were not great and only on my iPhone as I left the camera on overnight and killed the battery. One suggestion is to be sure you have a ton of battery back up if you are going to navigate with Google maps I blew through a charge and a back up in 4 ...
... about it. Her family arranged some really amazing things for us to do. She even had a woman come teach us the art of Ikebana, and we did some flower arranging. A petite Japanese women with a passion for flowers and patience for two American teenagers. I wish the arrangements we made could have made it back home. My mom would have loved it, they were beautiful.
One of the most memorable moments was when we stopped at the famous Yonamine Pearls in Toyko. Jen and I share a ...
... s and women’s areas are kept separate). This was a little awkward at first, but a good experience, as part of my travelling is becoming more comfortable with novel experiences, be more confident and relaxed in my own skin.
They love robots: Robots in the malls, robots as statues, real, working robots at the science museum. Japan even sent an anthropomorphic robot into space recently.
Wifi is everywhere, but really well proected. ...
... our "Jeep" through the jungle and temple of South Amierica. Other ride favourites included 20 000 leagues under the sea, journey to the centre of the earth, and tower of terror.
Today we are speeding through to Nagoya on the bullet train, which Seb is enjoying.
A brief stopover at Nagoya. We spent the night to rest and catch up on sleep. Mark, the great observer saw a poster for the railways museum. Well, that made Seb's day. Off to the museum ...
... but after compiling everything today I am now seeing that it was a worthwhile trip and excited to start pulling it all together.
Oh almost forgot, I learned a new japan culture item today: I couldn't figure out why every time I ordered tea I got the little creamer looking package, then I seen one of the ladies today open it and put it in her tea. I asked what is was and she replied it was milk and ...