Toyoko Inn Yokohama Sakuragi-Cho
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... still is quite tiring and I notice that my brain isn't really comfortable with it. You'll really feel the lack of sleep when you're doing nothing. I'm not really sure where I am right now, because I have no location on right now, but I'll edit that as soon as I know it. -edit. Still not sure. It's nearby Shin Ishikawa, but this app doesn't recognise that ...
... sound reverberated through our entire bodies. Arriving back at my hostel I would have been drier if I had jumped, fully clothed, into the sea. I was absolutely drenched. My new trousers bought from Sydney were going to experience their first test if they were actually quick-drying. My iPhone had also taken a battering from the rain and was refusing to work. I certainly didn't need this to happen so I was going to have to buy a bag of rice to put it in, in the morning. ...
We had some errands to run this morning. We checked out of the Narita hotel and took the shuttle bus back to the airport. From there, we went to get our Japan Rail passes and our Suica travel cards. Our rail passes don't kick in until next week so while we're in Tokyo, we have to use our Suica cards to get around. They are the Japanese Oyster cards basically. Once we'd got all our necessary cards, we took the train from the airport into the centre ...
... streets. Unfortunately all shops were already closed by the time we got there. Rain started pouring down as we heading back to the ship.
Thur - Clouds started to lift in the morning. Boys weren't interested sightseeing anymore, so two of us walked around Yokohama more while boys catching up with friends in the kids club.
... European style gardens. Whilst there I also took the opportunity to visit a traditional Japanese tea house for some green tea and a Japanese sweet...very tasty. The tea house was beautiful and, being the only one in there, very quiet too. It was nice to take a short break from the mad rush of the morning.
My next and final stop of the day was central Tokyo, to visit the imperial palace. Unfortunately you can only view the outside of the palace as you need to ...