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... eggs, you could purchase eggs that were hard boiled in the steam. The chemicals in the steam made the shell turn black but the inside stayed white. Eating one of these eggs is said to add 7 years to your life. I opted not to try an egg because something about the smell of rotting eggs in the air doesn’t make you think, “Hey, I feel like eating an egg right about now.” That is saying a lot especially because I am quite an adventurous eater. We then got onto ...
... for two geocaches. We didn't get off to a great start, as we didn't find the first cache we looked for, but it was a difficult cache. Thankfully, the next cache wasn't as difficult and we found it.
While it was still well before 11am we decided to catch trains to Harajuku to better explore the area that we only briefly visited in 2012. To kill even more time we found two more caches on a walk around the Yoyogi Stadium and through the NHK Stadium ...
... back to my hotel. Pretty good last adventure in Tokyo/my trip and basically surmises what I have been doing for the past 4 months. I woke up, took the bus back to the airport and then started to drink again to try and drown out that nagging feeling of I don't want to go home. That about sums up Tokyo; sushi, beer, and getting lost.
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... the next best thing to do. Walking along the streets by a highway underpass, we come upon our first Ice Cream Vending Machine with a ton of flavors and a hot day. It was like heaven. This is the first of many Vending Machines that will be a cheap and quick solution while on our travels. It's at this point of walking for about two miles down a main stretch of road that we realize, we aren't heading anywhere and it's time to think quick and find something new to do to close out the ...
... Next stop was a tepanyaki restaurant for lunch, again sat ｉｎ beautiful japanese gardens complete with early starting cherry blossom trees and pagodas. I sat with a nice German couple who spoke very good English and a family from Toronto. Lunch was ace, all the beef, pork and vegetables were prepared in front of us by our hostess who used a tepanyaki grill plate heated with volanic rock from mt Fuji, plus more green tea, followed by ice-cream, shame I couldn`t eat it ...