Trip to Japan

I had never really wanted to go to Japan. My mother fought for the British in WWII and didn’t exactly portray great things about the tiny nation. But when the chance to take a father – son trip with Adam came up it seemed like a trip not to miss.

I have traveled the world and been to over 75 countries but Japan is a very unique place. The first thing that stood out was the cleanliness of the country. It wasn’t just that the city of Tokyo made it clean for tourists, it was ingrained in the culture. There was a tremendous sense of pride for how people took care of their city. Every car I saw was spotless, even though a large portion of the population smokes I could not find a cigarette butt anywhere.

The people were some of the friendliest I have ever met. A great country with great culture. I wish I could tell Mom what a great time I had.

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