Arriving in Yokohama
Trip Start Dec 02, 2008
10Trip End Jan 20, 2009
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Now if Alcahol is your thing, and you just have to have some on a dry boat, bring it. But! There are some rules that go along with it. I'm not going to list them all, I think I've discussed this often in my blogs previously. So here's a story.
One person, who shall remain nameless. brought booze onto the boat, but for some strange-ass reason, couldn't manage to dtink it all in over a month on the boat. So instead of giving it to someone he knew was cool, or throwing it overboard, he decided to sneak it back into the country and customs caught him and we all were with him. It was obvious that he didn't go anywhere, we just got off the boat and went straight to the customs office. Sigh. Sometimes I wonder what people are doing trying to sneak alcahol on a dry boat. Just go without, or ... if you absolutely must...... you must play by the rules.
Anyway, people began to go their seperate ways.
Keith, Colin, Kelly, and Jared did their own thing and ended up coming in pretty late.
The next day a couple people flew home leaving seven of us to go to Shinagawa together. I had three days before Karla showed up so I decided to take the Shinkansen to Kyoto for the interim and see the old capital while I waited for her to arrive and the we could tour Tokyo.
Where I stayed