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Arriving in Tokyo, Japan

Right. So finally taking the time to post about my trip which happend 5 months ago. And the usual excuse of being busy and lazy to post or look at the photos. Mostly I was not really happy with the photos I took on this trip. Therefore I must return to take awesome photos next time. :)

So I had a really short trip to Toyko, Japan in early July 2012. With my uncles and aunts and cousins.  As my parents already went in April, without me, therefore I went without them XD.

After rushing out of the airport

After rushing out of the airport

Flying with AirAsia we arrive at Haneda Airport very close to midnight, where transportation options were limited and gets more expensive the closer to midnight. There was a pretty long queue at immigration, as another plane had landed quite similar to our time and there were like less than 8 counters open. Got out and rushed to the monorails as the busses only operate till 1130pm or something like that. And we hear taking the taxi is very expensive around midnight. 

After reaching our destination we took a short taxi ride to our hotel, Weekly Dormy Inn at Meguro Aobadai I think around midnight. All in it was about US$ 110 per night (inc tax and fees)

Transient
Not as small as I expected

Not as small as I expected

Now this part is a bit more small, if I was any larger I would have problem getting thru xD

Now this part is a bit more small, if I was any larger I would have problem getting thru xD

In case anyone wants to know, this is the toilet. With the water spray toilet, which leaves one with strange sensations after you do your business

In case anyone wants to know, this is the toilet. With the water spray toilet, which leaves one with strange sensations after you do your business

and opposite the toilet, the sink and stove.

and opposite the toilet, the sink and stove.

As you can see its actually not bad. They do provide free internet, but via network cable only. For wifi, you must have an account of some sort. Down at the lobby, the wifi internet is free to use with out any accounts.

So we quickly grabbed some cup noodles for supper and headed to bed. What a long and boring flight. Lucky I had my new phone with me that time, the S3. I'll post more about my (non)"adventure"  in Tokyo later. 

I'm SO BUSY!!!

[g]

PS. I have no idea why, when I think of Japan its always in black and white, therefore I suppose most of my photos will be in black and white.