Sheraton Miyako Hotel Tokyo
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- up at 5am for onset; this time went straight to the outdoor area;fraction nippy until you are in the water, then bliss
- breakfast at hotel (extremely attentive wait staff)
- caught bus to The Little Prince/ Saint-Exupery museum. Astounding small museum with a very comprehensive timeline on the authors ...
... bearings. I take disproportionate pride in the fact that I managed to work out which way to go (no street names, remember) and ambled to the track. Grief, but Shibuya is a busy place after 5, people everywhere, especially on the uber crossing (it has a name, I'll fill it in later) that stretches in several directions across the main crossroads-like they've done with Oxford circus, only busier. I found the track, stood at one side watching group after group lapping, sprinters ...
... had my big Berghaus backpack to lug around. I say Arigato to the helpful lady who initially had no idea what about this service when I enquired. As of this writing (25th May 2013) I'm just hoping the bag doesn't get lost somewhere and end up in Fukushima or somewhere random..!
It's now about 9am and I make my way to Shibuya station to meet Chris and Natalia. Chris (Krzystoff actually) is a good friend of mine from Coventry Uni. A real close friend actually, with ...
... of noodles and a beer. Didn't want to run out to the vending machine to get more tickets though. After dinner we called it quits and headed back to the hotel. It was also the first time we didn't get lost. Success we finally figured out how to walk to our hotel from the station but too bad we only have one more day left in Tokyo. If all goes well, the plan is to get up early to visit Tsukiji fish market and Asakusa. Good night. Bon I need a foot massage. ...
... had just come to town.
Teaching 11-15 year olds was never going to be easy. Especially when classes in my old school often involved less than five students, many of whom were Doctors and serious professional adults.
I understood that the kids would mess around, sleep, poke fun, chat over me.
But what I did not, (and could not expect), would be the strong reaction to my (otherwise) very normally proportioned bosom, which apparently is, ...
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