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... who has this fit bit thing, we must have walked at least 13Km today.
We had made arrangements to meet up with Leith and Kay at 5.30pm, who wanted to go to the 100 yen shop. This gave us enough time to have a quick shower and down to the foyer. It turned out that the 100 yen shops no longer exist as they were a few years ago. Daiso has taken over and apparently, there are two of the old 100 yen shops that we know of now. One is in Tachikawa where Shigeki and ...
... have a bowl of udon as well. We walked to the shopping street after dinner but most of the shops were closed by then, early by most standards as it was barely 8pm. We went to a nearby Lawsons (a bit like 7-11) and bought a green tea ice-cream for myself (it wasn't very good) and Joseph had some pineapple and creme caramel.
Then back to the routine of downloading photos and charging the batteries for the next day's shooting.
Next was a couple of days at Takamatsu on the middle island of Shikuko.
This is a port city where we took a ferry trip to Shodoshima. This is the largest island in the area. Way back in 1908 the Japanese Government decide to start an olive growing industry since the climate is very Mediterranean.
It was ...
... their songs well enough to sing, even as karaoke but it was good for a laugh. In the room there was another screen where you could order food from. We ordered drinks and they came about 10 minutes later. Despite the fact that I can't sing, I had an absolutely splendid afternoon with the girls. After biking back to our meeting spot, I said goodbye to the girls and met Shiho's parents. We took the train two stops and went to a ...
... decided to go look at the "hidden" shrine as Shiho had not seen it before. Well that meant hundreds of more stairs. In +32 heat we definitely sweat on the way up but it did give us some good views of Takamatsu prefecture. This prefecture is the smallest in Japan. Since today was a national holiday, Mariners Day, this particular temple was important because it was built for the mariners. There was a ...