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... in rural areas it seems.
Back in the hostel after dining in the very same restaurant I'm in now, I'm given a local beer by the host and enjoy a hilarious conversation, largely being a practice of saying hello, good morning etc. in every language as well as some life advice in broken but hilarious English by my ...
... and tofu and a raw egg. There were two burners, and what looked like a small tree branch on which some mushrooms were growing. The hostess lit the burners and then plucked the mushrooms off the branch and put them on one of the burners to be grilled. She warned us not to eat the stems!! On the other burner was sukiyaki, a bit like a beef consomme with slices of raw meat and enogi mushrooms, noodles and other bits and pieces. We cooked the meat before we ate ...
... at how much western women have become shy about their bodies - more public bathing probably has the potential to eliminate a lot of fears about how your body compares to others as you realise everyone has saggy bits and problems parts.
After drying our hair and tidying up, we repaired to the largest dinner I have ever been served. Still full from lunch, I thought I would just try a bite of each of the appetisers and then have all of my shabu shabu ...
... up to Chikuma, Nagano with a group of nearby ALTs to the Ryokan. Upon arrival we were welcomed and briefed about the weekend's schedule. We promptly left to visit a nearby castle which honestly wasn't much of a castle if you consider the actual building. Thing was smaller than my apartment but the winding upward entrance to the place was somewhat secure and lengthly. Honestly it just made seeing the castle a whole lot more anticlimactic. One ALT said "Imagine being a ...
... night will be fully booked with 14 people staying. There are me and my friend, an Australian girl, a group from New Zealand and a few Japanese people. I have really enjoyed staying at these hostels and I will miss that when I get to Kyoto. I am sure Kyoto will be very nice as well, but since I will be staying with a friend there I will probably not meet as many new people there as I have done here in Nagano and Tokyo. Off to new adventures tomorrow! Mata ne!! ...
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