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... finish them and most of us gave our extras to Joseph, who was pretty hungry as it was close to 3pm.
We returned to the hotel for a nap. The bad thing about staying at a ryokan is that there is no bed. The futons are rolled up during the day and rolled out for us during dinner. Joseph and to drag out two futons for me to nap in. Slept for about an hour and woke up just in time to have a shower and to go down for ...
... and I didn't touch and dessert was mango pudding and some small Japanese plums that tasted like a mix between plums and grapes. Joseph and the pudding and I had his plums.
After dinner, it was back to the room for more laundry. The staff had made our beds up and rolled out the futons. I should have placed another mattress underneath. Just having only one futon was a little hard. It will be two tomorrow night.
... a female Flying Trapeze performer:
- You're supposed to look like a princess, but really you look like a football player in a sparkly costume.
- Wearing fishnet stockings that catch on everything. Imagine for a moment this exciting scenario: On your legs you have fishnet stockings and pretty leg wraps which are held on with small hooks. You're standing on the riser, in the spotlight, waiting for the 'hep' and suddenly, without explanation the hook from ...
The forward was quite uneventful, we could book for most of the trains until we had to change crossing the Japanese Alps. Here no reservation was possible and we were standing for 2 hours in a train packed with people
Arriving in Ouzo we has to walk quite a bit and it was not very inspiring. The town is very americanized with shopping malls and the ...
... daily. The key to our survival has been making sure we stay well hydrated. The air conditioners in the tent are mediocre at best and our trapeze team graces the very hottest part of the tent, the cupola. We have a fan positioned directly above the platform, but often it feels more like a hair dryer. Chalk is our friend....lots and lots of chalk...and wrist wraps and small towels. When the name of the game is for the catcher and flyer to lock hands at the ...