Shin-Yokohama Fuji View Hotel
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... to adore! Jet lag has proved to be a great thing. I have been up at 3am US time each morning and I've been able to talk to those important to me in the US and tour the city. I've seen beautiful parks, ships and read about the history of Yokohama. I will talk about that in another post. I have learned so much on this first day. Today we are heading to Hiroshima which I'm sure will bring some very interesting experiences...I will have my camera on hand! So, as the kids here say, see ...
... Big day, looking forward to sleeping in tomorrow.
April 20, 2013
We woke up to a very awake Yui, I guess 11 hours of sleep was way too much for him. Haha Momma Kaito made us sandwiches with ham, shrimp, avocado and boiled egg with a salad on the side for breakfast. And then she tried to feed us more. So full. So delicious. Once we were packed and crammed back into the car we drove in hopes to see Mount Fuji but it turned out ...
... we ate our very first churros which totally gave me the weird recollection of that episode in friends where Rachel takes Joey to disneyland and he eats a churro before space mountain and pukes on her shoes. I have to admit I was getting a wee bit nervous watching Tim nom on that churro in the space mountain queue. But he stomached it well. I was very thankful. Even the pizza place we went in felt like a ride! I love disneyland so much! Its my happy place. The new (ish) rides were ...
... visited Tokyo midtown, which is massive shopping mall, where we managed to buy some souvenirs, finally. Then we moved on to National Art Centre, building with very interesting shape, kind of wave or something. We took a picture and continued to metro stop.
The first thing we noticed when we arrived in Shibuya was tremendous human traffic. The centre-piece of this area is intersection, which belongs to one of the busiest intersections in ...
... streets to the bizarre backdrop of locals of all ages sucking on penis and vagina shaped lollypops. Afterwards we chilled in the sun around Yokohama Bay, travelling on the crowded metro in a big, tired group-hug formation – no doubt a bizarre sight for the locals.
That night I experienced my first earthquake! This was the one thing I was hoping to experience but could not organise for myself. Again Glichelle laughed at my goofy excitement ...