Hotel Sanroute Patio Omori
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... 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 ...
... br> Another wander (and thank goodness for the map in my new guidebook) eventually took me back to Shibuya, where I wandered into the park to see one of Tokyo's most famous shrine, the Meiji Shrine. Just as I was approaching one of the priests (or apprentice?) started banging on a drum and I got to witness a food offering ritual.
After the shrine visit I exited the park (which felt more like a dense forest to me), and stumbled upon another of Tokyo's famous ...
... day celebrating of the end of winter. At 1:00pm, the temple's abbots appeared on a stage and proceeded to throw handfuls (many, many handfuls) of roasted beans out over the large crowds!
We also got our fortunes at the temple. We shook metal cylinders until a wooden stick popped out a hole at one end. The stick had a series of characters that corresponded to those on a drawer (there were at least a hundred drawers). In the ...
Well we finally made it! Kids, packs and a mountain of food from home. 7 1/2 plane flight was good and easy till the batteries died on the electronics and then it all become a little harder for the boys to keep it together. Tokyo airport was so easy and we were through customs and immigration after only 20 minutes . Spent a bit of time hiring a mobile phone for the fortnight and ...
... another wander and found the moomin cafe! Tres cool. Nomes got a wee bit excited but after being directed back outside by the waitress to see the queue we realised just how much the Japanese love Moomins so didn’t quite make it to actually sitting down in it.
The day before Tim’s cousin Yukiko’s wedding we thought the rambling travellers needed a bit of a tidy up and so took ourselves off to the hairdressers. There were two lovely ...