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... of GB hung on the walls, which made us wonder where the Portuguese fitted in? We steamed up the lake, with promises that just around the next bend we would see Mt Fuji in all its glory. Sadly it was not to be, with a great deal of goodwill we could make out the lower slopes and just occasionally the snowy peak, but too pale to photograph.
Disappointed we climbed into the cable car which took us up the mountain for a ...
... going in so many different directions, it's quite a spectacle. For dinner we headed to a sushi restaurant and got to sit at the counter right in front of the chef. The older woman next to us presented us with a portable origami chopstick rest. You can use it and then collapse it so it fits in your pocket. How cute. After dinner we walked up in down some of the neon flooded streets before stopping to do some karaoke. Japanese karaoke is not like the American version where you go to ...
TOUCHDOWN AND WALKING AGAIN!
Simple Pleasures upon arriving in Tokyo since we'd been cramped up for over 10 hours on our flight from LAX, but it was worth it. Clean & Orderly - 2 words to describe our first impressions @ Narita Airport. Getting Through Customs was a breeze. And a 3rd surprise - a plethora of English signs - not so ...
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... Kinda a bummer really, so after a wait, Lufthansa gave us 20K Yen (about 240CHF) for a pram and would cover the costs of repairing when we got home. That drama and a total of 4 hours from landing later, we got to my friend Sandras' place. Great pad in Meguro. A cheeky nap and out we went pram hunting in Shibuya. Crossing the worlds busiest crossing with a buggered up pram and heading into Seibu, one of the more upmarket shopping centres to get ourselves ...