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Travel Blogs from Minato
... from Japan. Time pass and people lose contact. After 8 years Mr. R wanted to make reunion with this guys but as he lose contacts it was almost impossible. He put a lot of efforts to find at lest one person. Thanks to most poisoned social network he found a picture of Hiroji. After several ours of research he found a phone number, but bad luck stick to Mr.R. Nobody was picking up the phone, responding email... He did not gave up till last day before trip.... Rest of the story in day ...
... it was time to see it all at once. There's only one free way to do that: on the 45th floor of The Government Building. During the short elevator ride to the observation deck, I could hear people breathing. No one had anything to say, but we were anxious to get out. My ears popped and the masculine scent of pressed business suits wafted int he air. Once the 45th light turned on, we spilled out of the lift and glued ourselves to the glass. I snapped photos of ...
... br> delightful all the same. Early to bed,
big day tomorrow. (wifi brill bx)
Thursday 29th March
8am Breakfast…………. Wow……………. A tray with 6 different small
portions of things………….. fermented soya beans, see through rice noodles (I
think) with very tasty clear sauce………. Crispy gherkins, what looked like minute
... were newly married gave us a bottle of champagne. We haven't opened it yet but it looks pretty good.
When we landed in Japan it was Monday afternoon. The airport wasn't too bad. We managed to find our way through there fairly quickly. The problems started when we started getting to the trains. It wasn't horrible just overwhelming. Andrew was happy to be back in Japan but I was overwhelmed by how foreign it was and how little I understood about what was going on ...
... lash with a random Japanese bloke...you'll know why.
And just when we thought this culture couldn't get any weirder we came across a 'cat-cafe' which is basically a place where people go to pet kitties and drink coffee. Unsurprisingly the cats weren't that friendly, but the place was still full of people wanting to get their hands on some Japanese pussy, so to speak. The voyeurs inside of us spent the next hour there, with Tim massaging...wait for ...