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
... and builder.
When she put the water on to boil she asked if I'd like to come and see how to make these noodles. We were making traditional Japanese dark noodles and white noodles. (She even read the ingredients to me.) She also made eggplant and yellow zucchini and a broth type soup. It was very much like Southern Hospitality, her inviting me into her kitchen to help. I was thrilled ...
... so much in my whole entire life, and after seeing how much I’ve grown I know I can literally do anything. If I can climb to the top of Mnt. Fuji and slide down 40 foot waterfalls, I know I can accomplish anything I want to.
This summer has opened my eyes to so much. Living on a navy base has given me a new found appreciation for my country, and those who serve it. It has been a gratifying ...
... the seat. After a few minutes, I turned around to check that I could lower it and saw the reason she needed it raised was she had a purse the size of a small suitcase sitting in her lap. So that was a bit annoying, but I was able to put my
seat most of the way down even with the purse. If you ever take a night bus, please bring a small purse for your wallet and cellphone and check your giant purse for whatever you keep in there (maybe it was a ...
We took the Yurikamome from Shimbashi thru the rainbow bridge to Aomi Station.
Took a short walk around Palette Town (very pretty interior) and we took a ride on the ferris wheel.
We could see the in-contruction Sky Tree and the Tokyo Tower from the top. As well as a nice view of the rainbow bridge.
When it was over we decided to walk over to Decks shopping mall (which was partially closed due to the blackouts)