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... rattling around. With that done we pressed on with the bikes to gion, the shopping and historic geisha district in the north of the city. Given the absence of any geisha girls, the ride was probably the highlight as there are no discernable rules and most of the day was spent weaving through commuters on the pavement, very narrowly avoiding a number of accidents. Rixt was off that evening so Eric and I agreed to meet for some ...
... minor itinerary changes. As had been the case since we arrived, the weather was sunny and perfect -- it was actually downright balmy in Kamakura and we wished we had some sunscreen with us. The forecast was for continued good weather on Sunday, but rain followed by cold on Monday. The current plan was to spend most of Sunday on the train to Hiroshima (6 hours) and then spend the afternoon at the Peace Museum. The plan for Monday was to take the short ...
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After the fish market I headed to Ueno park because I was feeling very tired and I figured I could take a nap in a park... well guess what? You remember when I said that English garden where really boring.. well I missed out on the most essential part. Ueno is a beautiful park and I heard is quite famous for its now-over cherry blossom. There is however no grass. Nada, nothing, not a single spec in sight. I'm ...
... ever buying a thing. After a while it was time to move on and explore some of the other attractions within the area.
A quick visit and some lovely photo ops were taken around Pacifico Yokohama. A visit inside the Hotel Inter Continental proved to us that no one in this 5 Star Hotel was willing to help us with anything unless we were paying for a room. Still the Hotel was beautiful and made every single one we stayed in look like backpacker accommodation. ...
As our plane swept in to Tokyo at approximately 5:00 this evening, my exhaustion was temporarily swept away with the plane. The deep red and orange skies greeted us warmly, with Mt. Fuji's silhouette standing tall in the forefront. The lakes and rivers reflected the same gold and ruby hues, creating a truly resplendent picture. My heart raced with excitement. The adventure ...