Mandarin Hotel Yokohama
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The generally strong beer never ever seemed to stop flowing and it is all a slight blur. Suffice to say that the evening ended up with a mixture of Brits and Japanese singers ruining songs in a large room at Echo Karaoke in Yokohama. Sadly, yours truly peaked with his first offering when I managed to deliver almost an entire song about what a massive "c@c*nut" Chris Martin from Coldplay may be to the soundtrack of "Viva ...
... crater. We could have missed it easily, as the trail sort of bypasses it, but it is huge. Incredibly deep, steep-walled, and pretty awesome. Definitely not the little saucer-like summit crater of Mt. Rainier. The trail down the mountain is one-way, via the track used to bring up supplies and workers. As always, we relied heavily on our trekking poles. The small pumice stones were loose and annoying, but by midday we were back to 5th Station, had ...
... and breakfast the next morning. After taking our first opportunity to clean up and change clothes, we went to the club room. I tried two of the hotel's drinks: a Yokohama Mama and I forget the second one. Hmmm? We enjoyed a great dinner in one of the hotel's restaurants and made an early evening of it. By the time we went to bed, we had been up for about 22 hours.
... to Konami and Fujifilm headquarters and has a lot of very high end boutiques, restaurants and even a 24hr grocery store called Pecce. Pecce had samples like Costco. Pecce’s samples were better.
Our final stop of the day put us in Ebisu which isn’t really a tourist destination but it is where local 9-5’ers go after work to get dinner. There are no signs in English. Most of the restaurants specialize in one type of dish and this all ...
... and how it is now within reach for people to launch their own satellites through NASA’s cube sat program. I also met 3 people from Skobbler, including the boss. I met three people from Mapbox. At the start of the conference there were some brief words from the founder of OSM, whose name escapes me. I met Kate Chapman from the Humanitarian OSM Team (HOT) who interviewed me for a ...