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... forces with a friend from Couchsurfing and we were confident that with a bit of planning we could easily find a good spot to watch the show. This was not the case. As it turns out quite a lot of people like watching fireworks and the queue to get in was only half the hassle. It took us about an hour and a half to find somewhere to sit, but despite missing the beginning of the show, we did manage to get a good view of the rest, including a spectacular ...
... went perfectly along to round of the superb dinner.
Well, sadly our time in Japan has 'already' come to an end. It was a fantastic experience and we'll keep lots of great memories! Japan truly is a great country with a stunning and diverse countryside, fantastic people and of course one of the best cuisine in the world! We hope to come back sometime as there are still some 'corners' we'd like to explore ;-).
... beds. The cat was
wearing a large pink sun bonnet, and seemed content about it.
The next destination
was the ancient town of Nara. We navigated our way on
the subway and then the train where a 30 minute ride was expected. While my son has been a stellar translator and
tour guide, he must have missed the lesson about sleeping while escorting a
tour. He fell asleep on the train. I sat quietly and watched the countryside fly
by. The ...
... castle and wandered the grounds, which was very pleasant, before heading back to the hostel once more.
We had a very slow day on Saturday, only leaving the hostel to go for lunch with Eric, then to the supermarket – where we were shocked to find a punnet of grapes selling for 3500 Yen (almost £30!). One punnet! We bought some alcohol to have at the hostel – sake, Cocktail Partner, and 8% chu-hi (vodka and lemonade mix). Hmmm! What followed was a great night ...
... we have had so many hurdles that we have jumped straight over in our lives, this was just a blip on the radar and an earthquake, tsunami or radiation wasn’t going to stop me) – I actually started sweating – then Bill said “the plane is delayed by 1.5 hours” thank god I think, I could have kissed the mobile phone and almost fell on the floor with total relief (and lack of sleep)!!
The drive down was pretty uneventful and ...