The Crest Hotel Tachikawa
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... rendus à Fukuoshi (?) où Sadao est né. Nous avons dîné dans un resto de sushi...excellent! Nous sommes passés saluer son frère et sa belle- soeur qui vivent dans la maison paternelle, maison qui a vu les dégats du tsunami d'il y a quelques années.les photos laissent voir une situation apocalyptique. Nous avons terminé notre randonnée dans un des joyaux du Tourisme japonais, la baie de Matsushima où la vue est ...
... on the streets to invite people to come to their cafe. When Emile wanted to take their picture they told him he couldn't, that is clearly a no-no. You can only take their picture when in their cafe. We went looking for a new camera as mine is no longer working and went into several shops to compare prices. Some have sales and are clearly cheaper than others. Lots of tourists shopping, at noon the main ...
... if there are
13 ½ million people living here, it is a super clean city. Tokyo could pass
easy as Switzerland. Also the people are
super friendly and helpful. Their sense of humor is great. E.g. City Tour
earphones had exposed wires. I said to the Tour Lady:” Not good my hair goes
bzzzzz.” Her answer:” Yes, no good, made in China.” Mentioning China, I bought
a souvenir in Tokyo. Later saw this: Made in China.
... being there. There were concerts and lots of stalls selling Anime books and other products.
I disappeared into Takashimaya and Isetan for a couple of hours. I needed to find a replacement backpack as the strap on mine was starting to pull apart. I found a Columbia one which seemed to fit the bill. I bought yet another pair of chopsticks, making it an even dozen. There was a huge Uni-Qlo shop and there was a 4-in-1 jacket for men. There ...
... no matter what age, also quite the relaxant.
Arrived at Doha first - that airport is next level. Never flown through an Arabic country before and now I understand the extravagance of it. Everything big, bold, luxurious.
Had arranged to meet a girl called Hari in the airport. I worked at NZ:Ski with her in 2013 and randomly she had the same layover I did in Doha even though we had completely different start and end points. Super nice to catch up and ...