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... closed and the train would continue. I finally tried him on my shoulders for as long as I could stand it. Only after did I realize I may have screwed myself for future rides. I like to focus on the positive, but it was a challenging ride. Will did calm down after the crowds thinned out south of Yokohama. Within a couple stops of Yokosuka, we finally got a seat. As we got of the train in our new city, with a population of only half a million, the streets seemed quiet and calm. I ...
... and a volcano is spitting a few puffs of smoke to let everyone know that she is a tad irritable, but no worries. Activities within 2 kilometers have been temporarily closed and we are 45 minutes away from the temper tantrum.
When is the last time you have experienced a typhoon, earthquake, and volcano in one week? As your tour guides, it was extremely difficult to coordinate all three in one week, but we were able to pull it off ...
... were in English and were very funny. After the shrine we visited Harajuku, it was absolutely packed with people. We only saw a few crazily dressed teenagers. From there we went to a government building back in Shinjuku which has an observation deck, the city is absolutely huge. We stayed until it was dark and the lights came on. It's very beautiful here at night, so many colours. We could see into the windows of another building and saw what looked like playboy bunnies ...
... up to 25 different volunteer jobs available from teaching high school students how to speak English to planting a garden at a kindergarten The group provides basic meals but if you need to eat more you will have to bring a lunch. travelling to locations in Japan there is literally a train stop a 10 Min walk away so they are everywhere.
In a corner of Ueno park, kind of hidden behind the zoo, you can find a shrine dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyatsu and located on the the ground of his residence. Despite its remarquable archictecture, this shrine won't be the main topic of this post. I thought I would write few words about a small monument that I stumbled upon on my way to the shrine. This memorial is a little bit hidden on the right hand side, off the path. On the plate next to it, we can read the story ...
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