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... to meet another old friend, Donny. Donny lived outside of Tokyo, in a place called Ashikaga. We had train times from the internet, but they turned out to not be JR compatible. As usual, we turned to the station staff for help, and were given an alternative timetable and route which was paid for on our JR pass. Unfortunately, this meant three changes and we were given an impossible connection to make at one of the stops. We did eventually get to Ashikaga, ...
... Ginza and a gallop through shop basements in search of an apple and some biscuits to restore our strength after scrub bashing at the Gardens. A rest and got ready to head out to dinner.
Just realised I did not explain the "new boyfriend" photo yesterday. While at the Sensoji Temple, I went inside to take some photos and Roz sat in the shade. Apparently the 93 year old sat down beside her and opened up with "Hello baby !" and had a chat. Roz said he ...
... you are actually looking at.. There is much to see...many gardens, shrines, temples amongst the modern buildings, the ships on the harbour, the trains .. Even the shrinkensen passes below. A wonderful less crowded way to see all of Tokyo
Next stop was The Imperial Palace ...the actual residence of the Japanese Imperial Family. It is located in a large area of central Tokyo parkland and surrounded by stone walls and moats. ...
Last thursday was classmate Ying's birthday! She said she'd never celebrate it at home in Thailand, but all of us decided you only turn 25 once, so a surprise party was at hand. Monica lured her away while the rest of us sneaked up to the Whistle café in Takadanobaba. All you can eat+all you can drink+birthday cake and good friends turned out to be a great way of spending the evening! Happy birthday ...
... 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