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On Sunday 30th of June, we took off for what was probably our most adventurous journey yet. We took off from the Gold Coast airport, thanks to AnneMarie who drove us to the airport. First we flew to Cairns where we transferred to a Jetstar international flight to Osaka. An uneventful flight booked through KLM, which meant that we didn't have to buy food on the plane, but saw us duly fed and watered. From the Kansai Airport we had a transfer ...
(This entry was written by both of us so it can be confusing at times who it is referring to - sorry)
Well today we headed out to Ueno park. On the train, which are so easy to catch. You follow the signs to park exit to get off the train and we ended up at Ueno Park. It is a huge park with a zoo lakes, homeless people, cafes, attractions of all kinds, shrines and Museums. So we walked around the part of the park for a while seeing shrines ...
... dancers next performance stop was another few blocks down.
The belly dancing was just wrapping up when I got there, but I did finally manage to get a quick look at a festival schedule. I spotted a taiko (Japanese drum) performance on the list going on at the end of the street, so I hurried on down the street, passing the parade of dancers. I reached the drums in time to see the second half of the performance. The parading dancers arrived at the ...
... apart from whether or not Japanese Edo-period roads were paved in any manner, but I'm not sure she understood what I was asking with that one. At the end of the tour, I really wanted to tip her, and I'm not a big tipper of guides (of course that's usually because I've already over-paid for the tour), but people don't tip in Japan, so all I gave her was thanks.
After my guide left me, I decided to get lunch before tackling the "Modern Tokyo" section. The ...
... odd they would put them in in the first place.
My destionation, Ueno park, is conveniently just outside the station, that park is awesome, you could honestly spend an entire day just in the park and still not visit everything there, it has the highest concentration of museums and other attractions of any part in Tokyo (thankyou lonely planet lol)
In the park you can visit the zoo, a temple, shrines, statues, museums, the recital hall - there is ...