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... 2500 people cross the road at the same time. When the man was red loads of people were waiting and when it was green people swarmed across the road because the crossings were so close together it didn't matter where you went! Next we went to the Imperial Palace gardens. They were beautiful! We saw a glimpse of the palace but weren't allowed inside it. I think it was a great way to end the day. Sayonara for ...
... are big into recycling, and sorting garbage, what can be burned, waste and plastic. MONDAY- Japan had been experiencing a Typhoon l now for the past two days, and Monday morning was no exception. We were suppose to be up for 5:30, unfortunately we all slept through the alarm and only woke up at 7. The train we were planning on taking was set to leave at 7:30. So, that wasn't going to happen. We headed to the Tokyo train station to catch another train but due to the Typhoon that was ...
Today I want to record some video at the Shibuya crossing. Apparently I'm not the only one. When I get there and get my camera attached to my monopod I get approached but a small TV-crew and get interviewed. They want to know where I'm from and why I'm there and whether it is difficult to navigate ...
... were "You'll never have a look at music exactly the same way again," and "On cable. In stereo." Although the original MTV channel not plays music videos the online world has persisted their proud legacy. Today, the world population has made great strides and having access to good music is only an application or website away. Youtube contains a vast number of music videos nonetheless it lacks a curated ...
... of interpreting train route maps or navigating around train stations so I basically followed Chris around like a little puppy while he got us to everywhere we needed to go. It disturbs me a little that I love travelling but am in fact really bad at the actual art of travelling from Point A to Point B. I love how travelling makes me feel free, but in Japan it made me feel lost and completely dependent on my travel buddy. I’m going to have to ...
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