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... in the late 1980s. Pricing today seems relatively reasonable for everything from food to transportation, and the overall attitude is no longer one of supremacy and elitism, but much more one of resignation and humility.
After our visit to the museum, we took a taxi to the Asakusa district to see the Sensoji Temple (an important pilgrimage site) and enjoy some of the cherry blossoms, which were just beginning to show themselves in some of the beautiful ...
So basically today, i hated 100% of it. Flew for 7 hours from Singapore to Japan's Haneda Airport. I can't believe i survived the journey. Reached at about 11pm, and we had to find a spot in the airport to sleep and wait until the next day for our plane to ...
... instructions atop the paper to keep your underwear on..now why didn't I get this map at the start??? So I follow the signs towards the hot spring and am caught completely off-guard as I part some curtains and walk into a mini-mall sort of place. There are shops, restaurants and people, both men and women walking all over the place in yukatas! Cool place but god am I glad I wasn't walking around this place commando o.O. After browsing around a bit I go ...
... glad that I was forced out of my comfort zone to participate in this, but at the time all I wanted to do was to go home and sleep.
Saturday was the first day of the festival and I met my supervisor at the Board of Education office to get dressed and prepared at 11:30. We went around to several nursing and care homes throughout the day and preformed for them since they would be unable to attend the festivities that evening/the following day. They were all very appreciative, ...
It's currently 4 pm in Tokyo right now. Bon and i are just chilling at Starbucks in Shibuya resting our tired feet from all day of shopping. I got tired of staring at the waves of people crossing from all directions at probably the busiest intersection of Tokyo and I figure i'm probably creeping out the locals a bit. So decided to pull out the ipad and blog about the day so far while we enjoy a couple of cold beverages. Getting started: We got up at 3 am thinking ...