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I arrived at the Nashville airport around 8am Monday morning on two hours of sleep. I knew I would be up all night previously due to my excitement and anxiety. I had a lot of support for my first international trip as well as my first trip on a commercial airplane. My wonderful boyfriend, best friend and roommate, mom, dad, and nana were there to send me off albeit in a rush due to my boarding time being at 8:30. I was honestly shocked how calm I was throughout the ...
... we found the Yofuku-ji temple with its two fierce looking guardian statues at the gate. At the street corner we turned left to find the Kyoji temple with its large wood gate pitted with bullet holes from the Battle of Ueno in 1868.
We kept moving to the Yanaka Cemetery which houses the remains of some famous artists and writers as well as Tokugawa Yoshinobu, the last ...
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Moss - Awesome small bar and restaurant in Sangenjaya. Great steaks cooked to perfection, good wine list to match and awesome service. The bar itself I outstanding, sort of Mexico's dawn of the dead meets Japan.... love it.. http://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1317/A131706/ 13149040/
Currency – Ensure you go to 711 stores or post offices to withdraw cash as normal ...
... a 51/2 hour jaunt I barely had the strength to climb the four flights of stairs up to the apartment. I must take a photo of the stairs which are ridiculously steep and hard to climb.
I bought some cheap but beautifully sweet tomatoes to have on a sandwich for tea, and then Emma tells me that if they were cheap they were possibly from the area near the nuclear plant and could be radioactive. If I glow in the dark tinight I now know ...
... of reasons.
Firstly, we found out that the courtesy bus we wanted to catch to Disneyland didn't start running until 7:30am. This wasn't a problem, and we got the 7:30 bus and were soon at Disney, at Maihama station. There we witnessed our first bout of peak hour train chaos.
Usually the Japanese are very courteous and organised on public transport. There are queues, and a logical order to the way people get on and off trains. On this occasion ...