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... that or because we're getting older the idea of a sit down for eleven hours ain't too bad. As we started our descent we could see Mount Fuji to our left, either that or the pilot had gone the long way around to New Plymouth. We landed, went through a nice friendly immigration and then bought the tickets for the ride to our hotel. We had decided to use the limousine bus service as this went directly to our hotel and because it was called "Limousine". It ended up being ...
... chance I could get them even more lost than they already are.
They were looking for a restaurant a friend of theirs made reservations at, so
I helped out the best I could. In return, they asked me to join them for
This restaurant was in what felt like the middle of the fish market, but
once inside the interior was impeccable. It was very strange walking around a
place where people are driving trucks and carts with Styrofoam boxes ...
... whilst trying to decipher the Japanese hieroglyphics a kind man tells us he will help us. We first have to tell the driver where we are going and the man gets on the bus with us. Gives us maps and chats away in Japanese. Aggy can speak a little and some one else joins in. He speaks English. At some point the driver joins in through his microphone and he checks every few minutes to see if we are ok. The first man the. Walks us to a bridge with a good view and after much ...
... would definitely spend a couple of days here. When we got to the station there must have been a train delay as the platform was just a sea of people. This is at 11 pm I might add! We shuffled to end of the queue and waited for the next train when it pulled in it was already packed to rafters and when only a few people got off it was always going to be a struggle. We were to far back to stand a chance but those at the front of the queue pushed, squirmed and shoved for all they were ...
... in a totally foreign culture for a significant period of time. After my time in Singapore, I know I will come back to Southeast Asia at some point; what I experienced is just the tip of the iceberg as far as what the area has to offer. Thank you to my faithful readers (and somewhat to the unfaithful ones too) for following along in my adventures, and I’d love to talk more about it whenever our paths may cross! K Sizzle out.