Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo
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... carts driving
around. The smell in the air told me I couldn't be far off from this famous
fish market. I wandered around the now empty halls, looking for food. It was a
sight to behold, even when almost completely empty.
Around the outskirts of the market is where you'll find the eateries.
After coming across loads of little shops almost directly next to the market
that were completely closed, I ventured a bit further away from the market and
... We might as well just go this time and never go back again. Whatever, it really doesn't matter." So we went up to quite literally the Highest Point in the Highest Structure of Japan. It was awesome. There was even a bathroom and my brother joked, "Do you want to go to the highest bathroom in Japan?... Haha :)." Check out my pictures below, they are pretty great, I think. I thought it would be cool to bring my ...
... rooms of the Nepalese guys were open as we arrived back at the hostel and the state they had left them in was appalling. Amongst the rubbish were receipts, clothing tags, packaging and so many plastic bags. Rach took her time to carefully take photos of the evidence and kicked herself that she hadn't confronted them before they left.
We slept a lot on return to the hostel no doubt dreaming about tuna. At about 5.30pm we left the hostel to get to Western Union knowing ...
We had a wonderful young lady named Aya be our tour guide today to Kamakura to see the temples including the Great Buddha and the Goddess Kannon, Goddess of Mercy. What a lovely day we had! Maneuvering the different trains was so much easier with a local person. Aya is part of the Boeing Japan office. I am finally back in my hotel room and my feet are very mad at me ...
Another early flight took us directly from Beijing to Tokyo. The pilot announced shortly after takeoff that we would be encountering strong gusts of wind (the remnants of a typhoon) when landing at Narita - the international airport located about 60 km from Tokyo - and three hours later, true to his word, the plane started violently pitching and shaking. Little kids were laughing and screaming in delight as if they were on a carnival ride, which thankfully ...