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... around and see what we wanted to
see. We walked all around the harbour area, saw some pretty cool
space age-looking hydrofoil boats that had been dragged onto land
for display, went into China town and looked around the shops. Tried
to make it up to Shin Kobe to catch the cable car but we arrived
right on 5pm, not realising ...
... around $11US. Thats why quite often on this trip we gave things a miss. As unfortunate as this may be, we have the whole of Asia to get around!
Anyway, for Vinh and I it’s not actually shrines and ancient places that give us the big thrills. For us it’s the people and festivities. After leaving the castle we continued to wonder around the park which is when we stumbled upon a dance festival of some sort. Ah yes, I love just being involved or even just ...
... fish and meat. We didn't end the night hungry, we ate every delicious bite, and took Airborne when we returned to the room. (I've just saved you all at least 100 bucks because you will eat at home for a couple days!) Earlier in the day, I roamed the underground, staying dry. The most fascinating place was the huge "grocery store". It had everything that you can imagine except grocery carts and long check out lines. Attendants were ...
... train was 700 series with a maximum speed of 285 km/h so I think the main thing making us 'slower' was the number of stops on the way to Kyoto. We left at 10:16 and expected to arrive at 12.21. Just over 2 hours for the 484km ride.
Shinyokohama station has a dizzying array of choices for take away food from a noodle sandwich to onigiri to some really nice looking sashimi. We each picked a ...
... last year, the train seats are very warm, which is good when you forget your damn puffy jacket!
· They have women only carriages (but most don’t seem to follow this and it is packed with men also)
· When you travel through the countryside, the peoples houses are on one side of the street, then there is a road and then long lines of clothes lines where they hang their washing and then there is the train ...