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... but ended up staying for over four hours. It just kept going around every turn! My absolute highlight was the prairie dogs, because they would make this adorable little squeal every couple of minutes, and one of them looked like he was pestering the rest. Oh, and the monkeys... Due to the inappropriate things they were doing on the highest point of the mountain in their cage. Use your imagination.
For those of you unfamiliar to an onsen, as I was, it is a popular ...
... back on the subway to go back to our hotel, it was the start of rush hour so we were expecting it to be a nightmare, it was crowded but not frantic but definitely nightmare-ish. I thought we must have got on the zombie train by mistake, half of the passengers were asleep, some stood there not holding onto the rails just silently rocking back and forth, and the other half of the passengers had their faces set to off. I was desperate to get off before they all woke up and ...
... of how we feel alone with all our burdens piling up, barely able to see the
rest, and only when we stop and take that step back do we see that we’re not
That was somewhat more profound than I usually write, but the experience
was amazing, and if anyone is ever able to see Lee Mingwei’s work I highly
recommend going for it.
After all this high society artsy stuff I was in dire need of a drink. Yes,
I was thirsty, but ...
... inner temple but as this is an active temple it had praying people and I stayed away as not to disturb.
After the park I went to see The National Museum of Nature and Science. This museum is quite big I spent several hours there. It has its own 3D movie theatre and a Foucault pendulum. Nice.
Step / strides today: 13615
... just walk through...no lines etc. it's awesome! The stations themselves are underground cities and malls which also makes the pass handy to visit them. Anyway after a leisurely breakfast of croissant and coffee at Ueno station. I arrived at the Tokyo National Museum. The museum is very large and modern in both English and Japanese. Lots of cool artifacts. I liked the ancient ...