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We took the train from Kochi station at 10:13am on Sunday morning. It was a sad farewell for everyone. Miyabi and Yuuya were especially sad. Yuuya gave Bryce a cell phone charm of a ninja and Miyabe gave me a little mirror shaped like a guitar in all kinds of colours. Miyabe also wrote each of us a farewell letter which Miko translated to English. …
Oct. 23, 1911 Sunday
Narita Airport was HOT, HUMID and MUGGY. (Only in arrivals- nine days later, in departures, the AP was very nice and comfortable). By the time I made my way through customs and waited in line to exchange money, I was sweaty and hot and thirsty. Buying the train ticket to Narita City was easy, but I wasn't really sure I …
Tokyo- So good Melissa felt the Earth move
Definitely a place you experience rather than visit, where observing the quirkiness of everyday life is more fun than visiting the sights.
Enjoying the quirkiness started with our journey from Kyoto to Tokyo where, instead of taking the bullet train (which is pretty expensive) we tried …
Oct. 24, 1911 Monday
My Monday began at 3:30 am when I had been awake since 1 and nothing was on TV. I had a good, long bath, and a shower with the most powerful hand-held ever. When it was finally breaking dawn at 5:30 am, I slipped out of Richmond Hotel and headed along the winding uphill narrow road to the famous, centuries old Narita Temple …
Nov. 1, 2011 Tuesday
So that's it- after a peaceful stroll through Narita Temple grounds (which cover many blocks much like Central Park), the grounds are exquisite and the many buildings are huge, I am ready to come home! I check out of the hotel at 11:00 am, and my flight is not til 5:55 pm. I arrived at the airport at 11:00 A.M.!!! The …
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