Sotetsu Fresa Inn Fujisawa Shonandai
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... our "Jeep" through the jungle and temple of South Amierica. Other ride favourites included 20 000 leagues under the sea, journey to the centre of the earth, and tower of terror.
Today we are speeding through to Nagoya on the bullet train, which Seb is enjoying.
A brief stopover at Nagoya. We spent the night to rest and catch up on sleep. Mark, the great observer saw a poster for the railways museum. Well, that made Seb's day. Off to the museum ...
... as well. The thing that bewilders me is the combination I often see of these fierce angry guards and the completely peaceful image of Buddha. I just don't feel that they belong together. If Buddha is to represent complete contentment with the here and now no matter how difficult the now may be, and has the power to overcome suffering by meditation and releasing oneself from worldly cares, than it seems like the use of fierce angry guards as protection from the ...
... hour and 45 minutes late, most of which we spent at the gate but some of which was spent waiting on a taxiway for our turn to take off.
We arrived in Tokyo and I got my bags. This was the first time I tried to balance my duffle bag and ski bag on my new wheeled bag. Unforutnately, it doesn't work nearly as well as it did with my old bag. I had to wheel them around a bit in the airport in order to get ...
... China before wasn't! Not a nice surprise but all worked out in the end after some phone discussions. The stress was not over though as I hadn’t made any contingency plans for what to do if I didn’t reach Shimoda. Again all was well in the end though as I just asked random strangers for advice where to stay and was ...
... a festival atmosphere with thousands of grand-moms and dads flocking the streets. It was just amazing to witness the sheer mentality of it all and already knew where I should retire one day. Sugamo had also a really nice neighborhood feel with small alleyways and shrines and was one of the places where it is just really cool to get lost. By the way, it is really difficult to get totally lost in Tokyo as there are train ...