The Hotel Seaport
Travel Blogs from Kashiwazaki
Of course on the one day we needed to get up early for our skiing day we couldn't wake up....grrr jetlag!!
We headed over to Tokyo station to catch the bullet train, Tokyo station is one of the biggest in the world and of course we got lost and couldn't understand the signs in Japanese or the ticket machines!! Once we figured out what we needed to buy and where we had to be...after walking about 2 miles underground, we made it to the ...
Caught train from Tokyo to Nagano station. Took 1 hour and a half. Then took local train to togironozawa onsen which took at hour. As we go deeper into the mountains the snow gets thicker and excitement grows. The magic of snow is reflected in some school kids eyes who are I am guessing on a school camp. Although I can not understand what they are saying their smiles, laughter and eager stares out the window show that the snow is exciting not ...
Ten years have now passed since I first landed in Narita airport. I'll never forget the strange smells, sounds and sights that confronted me on that Shinkansen (bullet train) journey to my new home. Although Japan is a world away from my life now ...
... and other carbs you eat clogs you up like a treat (That's a free tip - You're welcome) Bowel movements and weather systems aside... It was one of the greatest experiences of my life... Particularly trying at times, especially when you know you're not going to get a wince of sleep until between 5.00am (When Grandmaster Flash stops playing in the venue not 20m away from your tent...) and 6.00am (When your tent turns ...
... porkbarrelling in the US). Her name was listed as 'the counsellor' of the CEO of uncle Shigeharu's bus company. Both telegraph messages were printed on cheap-looking thin grey cards. Was this the best they could send to Uncle Shigeharu after nearly 40 years of loyal service to the company? The funeral director told us to bring out the casket. He told us that there needed to be six men. We put the casket into a vehicle bound for the ...
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