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Part 1: Planning
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Part 4: NRT-SIN
Part 5: Day 1 in Singapore
Part 6: Day 2 in SIN, Shabbos
Part 7: Day 3 in SIN
Part 8: Day 4 in SIN
Part 9: Day 1 in PEK
Part 10: Day 2 in PEK
Part 11: Day 1 in HKG
Part 12: Day 2 in HKG
Part 13: Day 3 in HKG, Shabbos
Part 14: Day 4 in HKG, flight to HND
Part 15: Tokyo; flight home

Author Topic: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo  (Read 48201 times)

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #220 on: February 11, 2016, 07:15:28 PM »
Wow! Beautiful!!! Just wondering, you did so much in such a short time. Don't you feel like it's so stuffed together and you didn't really have a chance to enjoy it to its fullest? You didn't even give yourself the opportunity to digest it. Not a shame?
 
??? May not call it schleppy, but not quite super quick. I was a chiyuv not long ago with an average weekday shachris (excluding Monday and Thursday) at 28 minutes. (And I wouldn't necessarily call that super quick either.)
I definitely did not feel rushed or like I was cramming things in. Quite the opposite: I felt like I had too much free time at points (which I used to work). Not a shame at all!

38 minutes for nusach Ashkenaz is not quick. For Eidut Hamizrach it's quite fast IME.

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #221 on: February 11, 2016, 07:24:30 PM »
I definitely did not feel rushed or like I was cramming things in. Quite the opposite: I felt like I had too much free time at points (which I used to work). Not a shame at all!

38 minutes for nusach Ashkenaz is not quick. For Eidut Hamizrach it's quite fast IME.
Oh, not too familiar with that. I daven nusach sefard.

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #222 on: February 11, 2016, 08:06:28 PM »
Oh, not too familiar with that. I daven nusach sefard.
EM is much longer. They say everything out loud while the סדר התפילה is most similar to נוסח ספרד it's not the same.

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #223 on: February 11, 2016, 11:55:56 PM »
Great installments. At points you said you were bored. Do you think you would have felt bored if you had your DW or even another traveling companion along with you?

I have traveled a number of times solo for work, but never for pleasure.  I'm trying to imagine taking a trip -- a long trip -- by myself.  Curious to hear your thoughts.


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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #224 on: February 12, 2016, 12:40:44 AM »
Great installments. At points you said you were bored. Do you think you would have felt bored if you had your DW or even another traveling companion along with you?

I have traveled a number of times solo for work, but never for pleasure.  I'm trying to imagine taking a trip -- a long trip -- by myself.  Curious to hear your thoughts.
I don't think having someone around would have provided any more cure to boredom besides being able to talk to him or her. The reason I say that is because DW and I had a similar situation in Rio a few years back. The weather was horrible and we got bored together.  When you end up spending time indoors in a city where you'd rather be outdoors a travel companion won't do much to help--at least IMO. Don't get me wrong, I'd have loved to have DW along on this trip, which was obviously the intention from the outset, but I'm pretty sure that had she been with me in HKG in the rain we would both have been bored.

In terms of a long trip away solo, that's kind of the whole underlying theme of my TR: it was a fantastic trip. Traveling solo is not the same as traveling with someone; it has its own advantages and disadvantages. It was really nice to try it out, though I still prefer traveling with DW. Add a kid to the mix and I may have a different answer for you. Just wait for my next TR this summer (אי״ה).

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #225 on: February 12, 2016, 07:08:11 AM »
I don't think having someone around would have provided any more cure to boredom besides being able to talk to him or her. The reason I say that is because DW and I had a similar situation in Rio a few years back. The weather was horrible and we got bored together.  When you end up spending time indoors in a city where you'd rather be outdoors a travel companion won't do much to help--at least IMO. Don't get me wrong, I'd have loved to have DW along on this trip, which was obviously the intention from the outset, but I'm pretty sure that had she been with me in HKG in the rain we would both have been bored.

In terms of a long trip away solo, that's kind of the whole underlying theme of my TR: it was a fantastic trip. Traveling solo is not the same as traveling with someone; it has its own advantages and disadvantages. It was really nice to try it out, though I still prefer traveling with DW. Add a kid to the mix and I may have a different answer for you. Just wait for my next TR this summer (אי״ה).

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In regards to the kid, when they are babies I prefer trips without them. When they start being people - around age 2,3 - it starts becoming lots of fun taking your kid places too.
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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #226 on: February 12, 2016, 11:15:47 AM »
+100

In regards to the kid, when they are babies I prefer trips without them. When they start being people - around age 2,3 - it starts becoming lots of fun taking your kid places too.
I hear that, though it also puts more limitation on what you can do when you have to account for nap times and what they can actually do (as opposed to a baby who isn't mobile so can go almost anywhere).

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #227 on: February 12, 2016, 11:17:37 AM »
I hear that, though it also puts more limitation on what you can do when you have to account for nap times and what they can actually do (as opposed to a baby who isn't mobile so can go almost anywhere).

-1

Baby is just a hassle bc the baby doesn't enjoy anything and just needs to be "shlepped around" by you. A kid can enjoy a lot and - when on vacation - schedules are usually off anyways so you just don't do nap time (depends on the kid) or - due to the young age - anyways have a stroller with you and thus when the kid is completely zonc'ed out will fall asleep in the stroller anyways.
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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #228 on: February 12, 2016, 11:22:28 AM »
-1

Baby is just a hassle bc the baby doesn't enjoy anything and just needs to be "shlepped around" by you. A kid can enjoy a lot and - when on vacation - schedules are usually off anyways so you just don't do nap time (depends on the kid) or - due to the young age - anyways have a stroller with you and thus when the kid is completely zonc'ed out will fall asleep in the stroller anyways.
I hear. Having no personal experience, I guess I'll have to see for myself. Either way, since travelling with kids of any age is less convenient than travelling without them at all there's not much you can do besides leave them at home or not travel. I assume our style of trip will change with a baby, then again with a toddler, then again with young kids, etc.. Each age probably has advantages and disadvantages, no?

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #229 on: February 12, 2016, 11:32:20 AM »
I hear. Having no personal experience, I guess I'll have to see for myself. Either way, since travelling with kids of any age is less convenient than travelling without them at all there's not much you can do besides leave them at home or not travel. I assume our style of trip will change with a baby, then again with a toddler, then again with young kids, etc.. Each age probably has advantages and disadvantages, no?

Yes. But until they are significantly older (9+) I'd consider the best case to travel without them entirely.
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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #230 on: February 12, 2016, 11:42:45 AM »
Yes. But until they are significantly older (9+) I'd consider the best case to travel without them entirely.
Obviously, yet even if they're 9+ it's still different travelling with just DW or travelling with kids. I've heard from people who traveled with pre-teens and teens on "family vacations" that they are no vacation for the parents.

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #231 on: February 12, 2016, 11:43:30 AM »
Obviously, yet even if they're 9+ it's still different travelling with just DW or travelling with kids. I've heard from people who traveled with pre-teens and teens on "family vacations" that they are no vacation for the parents.

Yep. As the saying goes, "Family-Vacations is an Oxymoron."
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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #232 on: February 12, 2016, 05:10:39 PM »
I don't work for myself. I got credit for every hour I worked, 1:1. We don't bill hourly or by job. After I came back it was as if I never took any days off, despite being out of the office for 7 working days.
Wow. Sign me upd for that
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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #233 on: February 12, 2016, 05:18:43 PM »
Wow. Sign me upd for that
Hold your horses. I don't have any other benefits besides flexibility with my time (no retirement, insurance, etc). Still want to sign up?

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #234 on: February 12, 2016, 05:49:27 PM »
Monday, February 1, 2016: A Day in Tokyo, flight home
I woke up early in order to maximize the one day I had in Tokyo. At 8am on the dot the bellman rang my bell with my kosher breakfast order.  After I davened I ate breakfast in the room, and while not a traditional breakfast (Iíd been forewarned about that) it was very tasty. I even had 2 of the 3 sandwiches leftover.


Kosher breakfast arrives


Kosher breakfast

I headed up to the lobby to get directions to the Skytree, the activity for the day. In retrospect I donít know if Iíd chose it again. It could be it was overcast, so visibility was not excellent (no Mt. Fuji views). It could be I didnít know the significance of what I was looking at, but I wasnít super impressed.

I also booked a bus at this point, the Narita Express, to the airport for I also booked a bus at this point, the Narita Express, to the airport for •3,100. While it would have been cheaper to go on the Airport Express train from Shinbashi station, I decided to book the bus directly from the hotel for two reasons: 1) I had loads of cash now and 2) I wasnít sure if Iíd have the same trouble finding Shinbashi station as I did leaving it.

Anyway, I got a subway map and directions to the Skytree. I was to take 2 trains, which was pretty easy. The concierge guy suggested which two to take, so even though Google disagreed, I figured Iíd trust the local. That was a mistake.

I learned something that day about how Tokyo metro works. Basically there are a few different companies that operate trains under and around Tokyo: Tokyo Metro, Tokei trains, JR, and maybe more. For a single ride ticket on Tokyo Metro you can transfer to another Tokyo Metro train, but not a Tokei train. Since thereís no real way of knowing which one is which, and since the ticket machines give you two options to get to your destination, itís very easy to get confused.

Basically, the way the concierge guy told me to go involved transferring to the Tokei line for one stop. Since I did this I ended up having to pay twice. It should have only cost •200 to get to the Skytree all on metro, but the Tokei line added •230 just for 1 stop!

On the way back I just listened to Google (which even displayed the prices based on the route), look other trains, and only paid •200. Lesson learned. It wasnít too bad, but I was more confused than anything.

Anyway, after 45 minutes on the trains I arrived at the Skytree station.  The station is in the basement of the huge Skytree City, a mall/offices located around the base of the Skytree itself. There were lots of helpful signs directing you through the mall to the ticket counter. I paid in cash (not sure if they accept credit card, but I had an overabundance of cash anyway), got my ticket and headed up to the 350th floor.


The mall below the Skytree






Views from the 350th floor; Tokyo tower as seen from the Skytree (middle)

I walked around the floor, using the provided map and electronic displays to see the view of the Tokyo skyline. After walking around once, slowly, I decided to pay some more for tickets to the 450th floor, again mainly because Iíd taken out too much cash.

As it turns out, they were having a special exhibit on the top floor all about Star Wars. This would have been super cool if I was a Star Wars fan, but alas Iím not. I spent some time up top taking in basically the identical views we had 100m below before taking the elevator down to the 345th floor. I wouldnít recommend the top floor after having gone (unless thereís a special exhibit you want to see). The views didnít wow me any more than the lower floor did.




Star Wars exhibit on the 450th floor






Views from the glass floor on the 345th floor


I left the Skytree and decided to just walk around the mall on the souvenir floor to find something to bring home. I guess the Japanese have different ideas about what a souvenir is. I couldn't fince one shot glass, one magnet, one beer bottle opener, or one keychain anywhere!

At this point it was around 11:30am and my bus was leaving at 12:55. I was thinking about walking around other areas of Tokyo, but due to the cold, lack of time, lack of knowledge of where exactly I was going and lack of street names I decided to just head back to the hotel.






Tokyo Metro






Really cool screen on the train. It makes it super easy to navigate the metro, though it wasn't on all trains I took. NYC should get ideas from them

I got back to the hotel around 12:15pm, cecked out the spa/pool on the 37th floor, packed up and got on the bus. The bus as promptly on time and stopped at a few other hotels before heading out to the airport. There was 1 person on the bus before me and a total of about 6 people from 3 hotels. We arrived at Narita Airport, terminal 2 at 2:25, right on schedule.

I checked in with Japan Airlines First Class check in, proceeded to an empty security line followed by an empty immigration line. There were literally no people other than me in either place.




JL F check in

There are two first class lounges in terminal 2, one in the remote terminal and one in the main terminal.  Since my flight was leaving from gate 61 in the main terminal I just went to the lounge just after immigration. The first lounge is actually located in the same room as the business lounge, but as separate facilities, kind of like the SilverKris lounge in SIN.  I showed the agents by boarding pass and was promptly admitted.







This lounge was really nice. I was able to stow all my carry ons in lockers for the duration of my stay. They were self service, so I could access my bags as frequently as Iíd like. The general seating area was large, with great views of the tarmac and approaching flights. While there was no kosher food in the lounge, they did have a ton of stuff to chose from, including a sushi bar with two chefs making sushi to order. They also had a sake bar.


F lounge lockers




Seating areas


Sushi and Sake bar


Business center


Massage room

The lounge also had plenty of shower and offered free massages. I had better luck then in HKG (the lounge was quite empty at this point) and scheduled myself a 10-minute foot massage with a mere 15-minute wait. After the massage, in which the masseuse only touched me through towels I took a shower. While the shower rooms was not as nice as the ANA F lounge in Terminal 1 (near gate 46), it was still nice enough.






Shower room

After my shower the lounge started to fill up quickly. At that point I decided to try to find my friends. Thatís right, Iíd helped some friends of mine book a trip to Bali and Singapore for a week 1 week prior to departure and wouldnít you know it they were on my flight back to LA, JL 62, in Y.

I left my things in the lounge and found their recently arrived plane. While they had to go through security before boarding the next flight, I did catch site of them deplaning so I knew theyíd made it.

About 30 minutes before boarding I left the lounge and headed to the gate. I met my friends there and we spent some time catching up about our respective trips. Boarding was announced, and we boarded (they boarded with first class since we were travelling together).  We split up at the jet bridge, me heading to the left to F and they to the right to J and Y.


Out plane



Upon boarding I was directed to my seat, 2K. I was immediately offered sleepwear (unlike on SQ where I had to request it) and changed right away. A flight attendant was waiting right outside the lav to hang up my clothes as soon as I exited. The lavs in F are right in front of the cockpit, on either side. Both are small but nice, though nothing like SQ or CX offered.








My seat


JL F pajamas

The flight was a bit rocky at the beginning due to some strong turbulence, but the flight crew was up and about serving dinner. The meals on this flight were from Stogel: my new favorite caterer. Hermolis was good, but Stogel was better IMO.

I had dinner right away and then wanted to go to sleep. Even though the flight attendants were still in the middle of dinner service for the other 6 passengers (7/8 seats were occupied) they didnít hesitate to make up my bed while I went to the bathroom for a few minutes.




Dinner courtesy of Stogel

Since this flight was relatively short, at just 8:50 I really wanted to maximize my time sleeping since I needed to go to work the next (same) day. The flight attendant offered to wake me 90 minutes before arrival for breakfast, which I greatly appreciated.


Seat as a bed

I was woken right on time, after a short 5.5 hours of very comfortable sleep.  I got up, davened (it was just getting light outside) and got ready for breakfast.  The food was great. They even had eggs with fake sausages for the main course, which were not rubbery.




Breakfast

I then changed back into my clothes and invited my friends from Y to check out F class. They came up and checked things out for about 10 minutes before heading back. Since we live a few blocks apart we decided to share an Uber.

After they left I just enjoyed the views. We'd entered California airspace just south of Monterey, CA and were flying down over the San Joaquin valley. The views were amazing! After some storms on Sunday, there was not a cloud in the sky. Between the snow-capped mountains, the fields and the ocean I was glued to the window. Views once we go to LA was equally as nice; it was my favorite landing by far.














Our views on landing

We landed a bit early, around 9:15am on Monday (yup, I got to experience the worst day of the week twice!), about 8 hours before we left. I was though immigration and customs 9 minutes after leaving the aircraft door. I did, however, have to wait 35 minutes for my friends to come out. I ordered an UberXL (since we had 3 people and they checked bags) which took another 15 minutes to show up due to the airport being super congested. The ride home was traffic free. We dropped them off, and I got home a minute later around 11:00. I was at work by 11:45am.

While I did miss my wife, I was really glad I went on the trip. It was a lot of fun and travelling solo was not as bad as I though it would be.  I even saved some things to do in each city for when I can go back with my wife some time in the future.

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #235 on: February 12, 2016, 09:46:55 PM »
I just had a 2 hour layover in NRT from SIN, then flew home on Delta Y to LAX at 520pm. Back home now!

Were we at NRT same time?

Solid TR BTW. Thoroughly enjoyed it!

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #236 on: February 13, 2016, 07:43:28 PM »
-1

Baby is just a hassle bc the baby doesn't enjoy anything and just needs to be "shlepped around" by you. A kid can enjoy a lot and - when on vacation - schedules are usually off anyways so you just don't do nap time (depends on the kid) or - due to the young age - anyways have a stroller with you and thus when the kid is completely zonc'ed out will fall asleep in the stroller anyways.
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This has been my experience on numerous trips with my kids.

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #237 on: February 13, 2016, 10:17:51 PM »
I just had a 2 hour layover in NRT from SIN, then flew home on Delta Y to LAX at 520pm. Back home now!

Were we at NRT same time?

Solid TR BTW. Thoroughly enjoyed it!
Nope, sorry. I flew NRT-LAX on Feb 1. Thanks. Glad you enjoyed!

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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #238 on: February 13, 2016, 10:58:57 PM »
Awesome job!
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Re: Yehoshua's Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong and Tokyo TR: Flying Solo
« Reply #239 on: February 13, 2016, 11:26:24 PM »
Great TR. Going solo sounds pretty fun.