Toyoko Inn Yokohama Minato Miraisen Nihon-odori-ekimae
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... all you can drink for a set price place and after that a karaoke and drink all you want. The lesson of the night is never to take me to an all you can drink place, ever. Not remembering leaving forgotten about, the night was good, up until I remember, I must remind. Was really fun, especially to hear Natalie sing properly hehe. Woke up feeling awwwwwwwwful sweetie. Just, awful. And didn't help we had to get up early, check out, and travel into Tokyo and back out the other side to Narita. ...
through my stay at Fukushima, I got the news that my travel companion for my
travel through Japan had cancelled his trip. I then mentally prepared to
undertake the journey alone.
analysed the terrain, the trains and the schedule of my travel well in advance.
Although I had a written dictionary of Japanese words in my rucksack, I
preferred not to use it.
I left for
I flew into Tokyo, arriving late at night. One of the first signs I saw as I came off the plane was for a 'Pet Hotel'. Discovering the trains were still working, I made my way through Tokyo to my hostel. After asking many helpful people, some English speaking, some not and mostly all bowing and very nice, I arrived at where I needed to be. It was by now gone midnight and the reception was ...
Barf. I couldn't believe that I was doing it. Scraping new lows in the quest to utterly rid myself of any remaining self-respect. I was resorting to the internet, like the plethora of computer nerds, to seek out human connections through the world wide web. It seemed kind of ironic.
What was wrong with me? Couldn’t I make friends at parties and bars like normal people? But after three weeks of attracting the seediest freaks and geeks of Tokyo's ...
... gave it to them. I guess they didn’t really have a use for it. The Statue is in front of the Rainbow bridge.
Then it was off to a Buddha shrine. I have finally worked out the difference between a Buddha Shrine and a Shinto shrine. A Buddha shrine has a Buddha in it and a Shinto shrine is empty as they believe that the spirit lives in the shrine, which is why they are plain and empty. I can truly say that I am shrined out. ...