On our last day in Tokyo we went down to the Odaiba area. Great idea! Odaiba is basically Tokyo’s giant amusement park. In contrast to some of the narrow streets back in town, Odaiba is expansive, and has well-designed everything.
My patience has run out with technology and screaming babies in the lounge this evening, so I’m going to write a quick one with the photos I have and then go have a bath, in silence
This is where we checked out from the hotel in Higashiyama, went downtown again, returned to get our bags, then caught the train over to Arashiyama (on the other side of the city), and awoke the next day to go walking for kilometres around bamboo groves, temples and shrines in the snow. With me wearing my snow-soaked sneakers. That was fun :<
Welcome to the show! Tonight, I start on a series looking at the travels through Japan of myself and Alex.
A while ago somebody had the idea of going to Japan. Hrm well actually the thought has crossed the minds of many. But since there’s no time like the present, we booked some fantastically cheap flights and leapt across ocean and landmass alike in an Airbus A330 from the Gold Coast to Osaka. Here are some airport/plane snaps.