Hotel Terrace Yokohama
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... and people we have met so sorry for the detail !
At dinner tonight we met Tracy and Muriel – from the Midlands in UK. Muriel was 85 and Tracy was her daughter-in-law taking her on the trip !! Kevin and Libby from the Sunshine Coast and Len and Beth (places unknown). Wide ranging discussion on same sex marriage (Len proved to be homophobic and uncomfortable with the conversation), Tracy’s son who was a medic in the Irish Guards in ...
... guys was clearly wrecked, to the point he was barely able to keep his eyes open and he was ordering cocktails and champagne, which caused huge excitement amongst the staff and caused a number of extraordinary song and dance routines in which we were all required to participate. Truly ludicrous goings on and I was not entirely upset to pay my tab and head for the train to Yokohama, although part of me was intrigued about how things would progress through the ...
... What was strange about this hotel was it a street entrance and there was no ramp so Andy once again had to carry the two large suitcases up the stairs. As we had the slight diversion from the station to the hotel we needed a few minutes to cool down in the air-conditioned room before we could even contemplate doing any exploring.
Our plan today, as it has been for some time was to find a post office and a box to leapfrog us to Sydney and a box of presents and ...
... in one go saving all the hassles to pass through immigration with my luggage - and today I know the answer - NO. So future advice to myself is: avoid transiting at all expense! I landed KL at10. 4 hours layover before boarding the connecting flight - not fun at all. When I'm writing this, I'm actually on the way to Haneda, finally. Managed to get an aisle seat - truly advisable for me to get an aisle seat on a budget airline economy class plus ...
... blog entry, did laundry, did some more planning for SE Asia and South Africa and bought the rest of our flights, and packed up our backpacks.
Oh, one other neat thing I wanted to mention is all the tiny earthquakes or tremors that we felt while here. We probably felt a total 5. We are on the 9th floor of our building so we got to feel quite a bit of swaying. It was neat, but I think it would get me nervous if I lived here.
Next stop Beijing China. ...