Park Inn Kiryu
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... grab her hand and join her back in the line. It was obvious at that point what had happened. Her loving husband ditched her and jumped into the cosy elevator by himself. The old man was embarrassed but had a good sense of humour. As the elevator doors closed, he waved and yelled sayonara to us while having his wife's hand gripped tightly in his and while his wife was playfully thumping him on his chest as punishment for leaving her. No language barrier could ...
... good. Probably more me than bon though cause she only drank 2 shots and left the rest for me. Let's see, for dinner we were debating between walking to the near by corner store for a nuked meal or do a 30 min trek through the shivering cold to eat at a recommended yakitori restaurant. Our heads told us to hit up the 7-11 but our stomachs told us to go for the delicious chicken skewers. Being the fattys we are, we set out for Hipparitako. The yakitori and meat ball skewers ...
... textured steam bun the size of a baseball with finely chopped lightly seasoned minced meat at its core.
Our 13 hour day ended with return to hotel at 8:30 PM. Jet lag is proving a little troublesome, but I'm intentionally not napping on the train to help get the old internal time clock readjusted to the flip-flop day is night and night is day.
... game with the Icebucks hanging on for a 1-0 win. The team we were playing was from Fukushima (yes, that Fukushima) but after a quick Geiger counter scan, they were good to go. There was even a fight with one of the Canadians (shocking) trying to get the fists going with a very reluctant Japanese player- it was kind of a bizarre spectacle and put me in mind of the unique hockey fighting style of Peter B who had the strange and ...
... was significantly cooler and less humid than Tokyo, which was much appreciated given the hot stickiness of the last few days.
First I took the bus from Nikko station (which resembled a Swiss ski lodge) up to lake Chuzenji. The lake was stunning, set against the backdrop of beautiful mountains.
I took the opportunity to visit the Kegon waterfall. I took an elevator (which went straight down through the mountain) to the base of the waterfall where ...
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