Ours Inn Hankyu
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... to eat. The diet has been excellent, sushi everyday and great for hastening away the layers of "spare" laid down in China. Finally to Tokyo which has all of the above plus museums and art galleries aplenty (though we only managed three..), posh shops, people watching and cooler weather. We have just about mastered the art of slippers... shoes off at the door, slippers on, slippers off and a different pair on for the bathroom. We (especially me) have finally learnt to ...
... him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, with paper based instructions to get to all our accommodations, I was the Hostel Directions master, guiding us safely to our temporary homes.
Taxi Driver: Tried his best to get us to our hostel, with a trunk full of shopping and no understanding of English.
Touching down on Haneda airport at ...
... of those, and I'm sorry despite the BBQ flavoring added, it still tasted like spoiled shrimp. There was also a guy with a stuffed panda at his stall-no not a cute stuffed toy, but a real stuffed panda. I had to take a breath for a minute, and I saw the panda had an official looking paper stapled to him, so I'm assuming he like had a heart attack or something, and this guy was allowed to stuff him, or at least I hope it was something like that.
... through alleys which were home to brands likes A.P.C., Barbie and Ralph Lauren. The walk ended up taking us to Omotesando which is home to even more recognisable labels.
After walking to Shibuya we promptly found somewhere to have lunch. We chose a streak restaurant. Conveniently it had an English menu so I knew I was having beef steak. Unfortunately smoking was permitted in the restaurant so when other customers light up next to us we ...
... dormitory style, with each person allocated a sleeping space about 24 inches wide. The only bathroom in the entire place was---once you had climbed over the person next to you and down the ladder to the floor---down two flights of stairs, and outside. Our hut was at about 11,000 feet and usually we would want to be drinking a lot of water at that altitude, but with the bathroom situation what it was, we did not want to have to get up in the middle of ...