Shinjuku New City Hotel
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... mom sure loves all the technology so she can know her baby is alright! I had breakfast in the cafe downstairs in the hotel, reminded me of Europe with my Cafe Americano and the pastry type breakfast foods. Today I have a guide for the day. I found this organization online that has volunteer guides by locals who are practicing their languages and want to learn about other cultures. This could go two ways....I am hoping it goes well! Hideo ...
... the train during stops momentarily to answer the call.
However respectful the people were noise-wise, space-wise, people didn't seem to care. There wasn't much room on the train, so everyone's arms touched when sitting next to each other and people had to push lightly past others to get in or out of the train. This lack of personal space seemed to make people respectful towards one another in regards to the surprisingly small ...
... talking to you that's when the really weird stuff starts happening". But he was nice enough though he rambled a bit and was somewhat hard to understand. He seemed shocked to discover that Andrew & I preferred going to things like the temples, shrines and parks over the shopping areas. He also thought we needed to learn more Japanese.
After that we made our way through the crowd and back to the ...
... of other temples and shrines (very hard to remember them all cause they are dotted everywhere) and then eventually made our way back to the hostel.
We had our first night with other backpackers for really the first time on our trip and remembered just how fun backpacking really is, meeting new people and sharing and creating new stories is one of the best things about it. We just spent the night drinking and chatting and playing games in the hostel common room ...
... Kelcey spotted a yen bill that someone had dropped on the floor. We stared at it as we were moving by, then looked at each other, knowing in an instant what we must do. With a slight nod to one another, we immediately turned around on the moving walkway and began running backwards to try and reach solid ground again. We were pushing Japanese people while mumbling ‘excuse me’ but by golly, we made it there and we got that yen bill! It ended up being ...