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... fewer kittens; in fact I only counted one kitten in the cafe. Most of the cats didn’t care much for cat toys; a stark contrast to our cat Chase back at home. A couple of the cats had collars on them to indicate that they don’t like being picked up, preventing patrons from leaving with cuts and scratches. Most of the cats were not terribly affectionate and only seemed to care for food, often leaving people alone as soon as it ...
... for the entire cruise unless we chose to eat at one of the specialty restaurants. We are so lucky because we are seated with 2 ladies(both named Lorraine) (how goods that, only having to remember one name)! They are from Sydney as are Stuart and Roberta. Most entertaining and interesting. Tonight's show in the theatre is a juggler/comedian from Canada. He is fluent in Japanese as well as English so the show flows very well. He's excellent. A great day ...
... Japan was abolished. In fact at that time the government had ordered the destruction of many of the castles to I guess start with a clean slate. Thank God a few people spoke up in particular a senior high ranking Army officer or this magnificent place would have been reduced to rubble! We had a great few hours walking around the walls generally getting a feel for what life would have been like so many years ago. Here is a link with some more ...
... decent snow fall. I spent a day at a resort about 50 minutes way called Rusutsu. It is nowhere near as big as Niseko, but the terrain is quite different. Loads and loads and loads of trees and hardly any people there. It had a very good drop of snow overnight and we were finding powder stashes all day. ON the negative, I hit a tree pretty hard. Just couldn't turn in time and smacked into it side on at a pretty decent ...
Peter had to work in the morning so we sent Lorry and Geoff on a mission to explore the city themselves. They caught the monorail to Senri Chuo to go grocery shopping for Thai ingredients to Tom Kha soup. They didn't have any luck. It seems to be hard to find the specialty ingredients here.
Peter and I met Lorry and Geoff at the station just after 1.30pm and then we went to Chibo ...
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