Palm & Fountain Terrace Hotel
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... heard too much negativity about it which really scared us and put us off, but I think that if people are half as hospitable and kind as Shobhit and his friends then we will really love it! The culture and food is also a very magnetic factor!
We had to hold up in Shobhit’s apartment right through to the next day, even after Shobhit had left for work we had to stay until the rain stopped around lunchtime! Strangely enough after the Typhoon had gone the sky was bright ...
... and where you can see young girls dressed as dolls or in gothic style. Elena is amazed that people here dress how they want!
As we were walking, we realized that there were no garbage cans on the street and so we had to carry our garbage with us back to the hotel. We thought it was a nice way to make people responsible of their own waste. Ah! We also saw vending machines everywhere!
... in Japan but you can exchange the balls for money in back alleys in a kind of black market. It's very well known, but a don't ask don't tell type of thing.
First off, sorry for the un-organization and shortness of posts. All I have is an iPod touch so trying to stay to the point. Posts after this will be more organized and planned.
Final day in Tokyo and no big plans. Very tired from walking so much and new hostel closer to the airport since I ...
... of warm water. There was a " holy f#%~*k" on one of the first mornings the sent Joel and myself into fits of laughter. One more water efficient model allows you to wash your hands in the water that fills the cistern. I have to add to this. It is Monday 4 March and Stuart and I are having lunch in a bar called Hunter in Akakura. He just came back from the loo saying that when he opened the door the lid lifted all by itself. I'm off to check it ...
... stayed to visit the rest of the zoo. There were refreshing drinking fountains that helped with the heat. We saw tigers, ice bears, penguins, aardvarks, rhino's, giraffes,... There's a monorail you can take to easily go from one part of the zoo to the other for a small price. The view of the lake with the lilies, with a skyline of tall office buildings and active lemurs in the foreground was also very memorable.
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