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Travel Blogs from Yokosuka
... Green, they make Kermit the Frog look like an albino. We do not have a garbage can in the house. Did you hear me folks? No garbage can. We have recycle bins. We recycle EVERYTHING here. Let me break it down for you:
1. Glass/Metal cans, lids- they go in the same bin, but on the day they go out, they have to be separated.
2. Plastic- containers, hangers, etc
3. PETE plastic- water bottles
... just drop the dog off because she had to take her car to a mechanic. She drove us to the "dog park" (aka soccer field). It was pretty hot and there was no shade there. Kids and dog were wilting quickly. We came on back to the Navy Lodge and went out back under the trees. We hung out for about 2 hours. When Autumn had to go, we decided to go to the pool.
We go to the room to change and look at the ...
... beaming down your face and back, and you will NEVER hear "excuse me" or "I'm sorry." It was great being somewhere with common courtesy for a change.
Well, that's all that I have for now. I have a very early flight and must be up in 3 hours. I'll blog again soon.
Until next time,
Click HERE for Day 1 of Tokyo pictures.
Click HERE for Day 2 of Tokyo pictures.
Click HERE for Day 3 of Tokyo pictures
... area of the city. We were on a mission for sushi. Ankit had told us about a spot which had great value for money sushi, which was so popular people queue to get into the restaurant. After a little adventure of a walk through Ginza - which looks like an awesome area to go out in (restuarants, bars, and shops) - we found our spot and the line. With the great reports we decided it was worth the wait. We were lucky that a waitress lead us in to a table for 2 ...
... of the most emotional and heart warming days of my life. I'm trying my best to focus on the NOW and make the best out of the next week and a half.
On a much brighter note, I'm really looking forward to having some quality time with my family and best friends when I come home. It's so close I can see the end. I'm really really blessed to have amazing people to come home to at the end of an adventurous and eye opening summer. :)