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... fix of my favourite Japanese dish, ramen noodles, in a place which was a self proclaimed 'ramen stadium' which is apparently one of the best in Japan. I picked up a few final presents and had a last go in one of the Japanese arcades before heading back to the hostel to sort my things for the flight. Tomorrow I fly to Bangkok, Thailand arriving around 2ish local ...
... ejected from the Dohyo(ring), sometimes with an earth-shuddering crash as both fighters fell off the stage precariously close to the front row audience(I don't know why you'd pay extra to sit there!). The fights I found particularly entertaining were the ones where one fighter would be 2 or 3 times bigger than his opponent due to a lack of weight classes. The agility and quick feet of the smaller ...
... hostel run by the nicest guy ever, who was kind enough to take us to the trail head on the first day and give us a history lesson on the mountain and surrounding trails and who runs probably the nicest hostel in southern Japan, we took the ferry back to the mainland in time to catch our flight to Singapore.
Thus concludes the first 6 months or so of our trip...we have been out of Missouri since May 8 and today marks the 7th month of our adventure. It has ...
... about 1 million. We toured the inner city and visited their tallest building, an impressive glass tower, about 70 stories tall. A high speed elevator took us to the top floor and its terrific panoramic views of the city.
In contrast, we followed this with a visit to their oldest ...
... but smaller than the Hiroshima Park, where there was a greater sense of tranquillity and sorrow in the air. In the distance we could see a large blue statue the same colour of the sky which marked the end of the park.
We walked the distance to the end of the park, where Steve remarked that the heat was almost unbearable. It was only about 30 degrees; quite pleasant by Australian standards. We stopped to appreciate the statue in front of us; a statue of ...